Maison Kitsuné's K.I.M collection gets another set of imagery thanks to Pierpaolo Ferrari. The eccentric photographer shot the campaign for the Fall/Winter 2015 collection, taking the national flag symbol of South Korea -- the country that inspired the collection -- and interpreting it through the poses of the models. The Taeguek symbol, which resembles the Chinese Yin and Yang, is micmicked as the girl lies on top of the boy; we definitely thought that was weird before finding out its meaning. More oddness ensues with stiff, doll-like poses and black balloons that want to but can't carry them away.

See more looks from the collection here if you missed it and shop them here.

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