JULY 2019


JULY 2019



Kanghyuk Choi and Sanglak Shon’s sixth collection delivers an advanced, refined, and all-the-more-wearable development of the early raw forms and textiles quintessential to KANGHYUK. The fundamental building block, salvaged airbag fabric, is sculpted into high-neck puffers, articular motocross trousers, tea-tone wet-weather parkas, and stripped-down MA-2s: offerings for every style across the spectrum. Coolly foreign—almost interstellar—yet unusually comfortable on body, KANGHYUK’s crinkled and chain-stitched range pushes for a reevaluation of the aspirational wardrobe. With cut-outs for circulation, down fill for insulation, and a palette that blends dirt and snow, Choi and Shon’s garments bring us face-to-face with a dynamic climate-tuned reality, one that we cannot afford to be unprepared for.



Kanghyuk Choi and Sanglak Shon’s sixth collection delivers an advanced, refined, and all-the-more-wearable development of the early raw forms and textiles quintessential to KANGHYUK. The fundamental building block, salvaged airbag fabric, is sculpted into high-neck puffers, articular motocross trousers, tea-tone wet-weather parkas, and stripped-down MA-2s: offerings for every style across the spectrum. Coolly foreign—almost interstellar—yet unusually comfortable on body, KANGHYUK’s crinkled and chain-stitched range pushes for a reevaluation of the aspirational wardrobe. With cut-outs for circulation, down fill for insulation, and a palette that blends dirt and snow, Choi and Shon’s garments bring us face-to-face with a dynamic climate-tuned reality, one that we cannot afford to be unprepared for.

FEATURING: KANGHYUK



FEATURING: KANGHYUK