Ordinary People cross the line between high-end sportswear and wearable staples.
The Korean fashion brand has successfully achieved elite heights with their reputation. The clean lines and simple tailoring has dominated their Autumn/Winter 2015. Today, you could say this is how ordinary people dress, the ones who do not complain about the clothing they wear. That ironically makes this brand very relatable and has done wonders for the brand. These pieces cross the line between high-end sportswear and wearable staples. The collection consists of jerseys in royal blue with flyer-esque graphics emblazoned on the chest, layered over striped shirts and simple oversized tees covered with the label’s logo. It caries that sleek aesthetic with of course wearable items that one could keep in their wardrobe forever. The edgier take kicks in when you see the use of candy colored pocket-less men’s shorts cropped above the knee as well as trousers cuffed few inches above the ankle accompanied by an eggshell white sports coat. Knit shirts and narrow pinstripe trousers are also the highlights of the collection. Take a look below, yay or nay?