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Korean designer Jae Wan Park has gained a cult following for his military-inspired outerwear pieces like bomber jackets and infusing just enough tailoring in his collections, usually via handsome trousers. For Fall/Winter 2016, PLAC ups the surplus ante with a few fur hooded parkas that seem warm enough to keep any upcoming blizzard at bay—versatile, understated pieces that temper out more adventurous styles like a loden green-sleeved leather jacket and black quilted sleeve coat.

The primarily black and white collection had a few outliers in items like pinstripe cropped navy trousers, block print graphic tees, ’80s-appropriate faded gray denim jackets, and forest green topcoats. He also uses dégradé to give scarves and overcoats a slight ’90s vibe, while the black and white Doc Martens paired with every look served to channel rebellious ’80s style.

Words by Staff
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