Rejina Pyo: the designs to keep your eyes on

Sometimes, rain is just a pretext for a new trench. And the fall becomes the perfect opportunity to see, touch and buy all the great designs from the Fall/Winter collections of the talented young designers.

This fall, on the short list there are some pieces from Rejina Pyo collection; I recently discovered her designs in earth tones, urban grey and charcoal black with silver and golden accents from the Fall/Winter 2015 collection (and I really have to mention here the beautiful and colorful pieces from the Spring/Summer line as well). I start looking for more and I found out that Pyo, a Korean born fashion designer based in London, found her inspiration for this cold season line in her trip to California’s Joshua Tree and Grand Canion. Even Rejina Pyo started her eponymus brand in 2014, the young designer is already well known for her inventive use of geometric shapes and playful color palette, as well for her wearable designs, with clever details or functions included (for example, you can turn some skinny pants into wide legged 70s pants with a zipper or you can have a reversible coat or skirt).

Rejina Pyo completed her Mastre of Arts degree at Central Saint Martins in 2011, where she created a standout collection for her show at London Fashion Week. Pyo’s use of wooden sculptures together with fluid dresses created back then a beautifully mood that captured the attention of the press. Therefore, some of her pieces were already chosen for fashion exhibition in London and New York and she created a fashion installation in Rotterdam.

What is going to be next? Well, we’ll see at London Fashion Week soon…





Photo: from Rejina Pyo official page (Photography by Emir Eralp. Model Thea Hudson at Premier Model Management. MUA Laura Estrada)