Bumsuk Choi's General Idea presentation at New York Fashion Week showed a Spring/Summer 2015 collection that wasn't so springy. Sticking to his black and white palette, Choi delivered a range that was "inspired by brutalist architecture" -- meaning, in colloquial speech, generally dark and visually strong.

Unsurprisingly, leather and neoprene are used for tops, in both '50s-style work jackets and bombers. Instead of typical light shirting found in warmer months, General Idea sticks with sweatshirts and knits, all with elongated forms and technical details like zippers that open up the sides or detach sleeves.

Standout styles are a hybrid sweatshirt/button-down top, an all-black baseball shirt with white trims, and one navy cardigan that accented the otherwise fully grayscale collection. Grid-like (but not quite) linear patterns unify the range, styled with black boots that are unlaced, just because.

The runway venue is now being converted to a pop-up shop, which will stock General Idea's Fall/Winter 2014 collection as well as Spring/Summer 2015 for pre-ordering. It will be open to the public tomorrow, September 6 through September 30.

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