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The romanticisation of the Andersson Bell Air Force AW24

The collection is presented as an ode to Ki-Ok Kwon, a pioneering figure in the history of Korea.

The romanticisation of the Andersson Bell Air Force AW24

Contrasts dance rhythmically in this range dedicated to one of South Korea‘s first female pilots. The vanishing point on which the aesthetic romanticism of the Air Force is projected in the midst of a striking visual show.

On a colossal inflatable art installation by Byungchan Lee, Andersson Bell once again subverts the fashion establishment with a collection that combines functional military elements with volatile and romantic silhouettes.

In collaboration with iconic stylist Robbie Spencer, the result reflects a perfect balance between utilitarianism and sophistication, between aesthetics and functionality in silhouettes dominated by puckered coats in charcoal and burnt orange nylon and key pieces such as a masculine knitted bustier alongside hooded parachute jackets juxtaposed with florals and plaid.

That romanticism can similarly be reflected in combinations of velvet and fringed fabrics, contrasted by contrasting motorcore-inspired leather jackets. Meanwhile, coordinating sets of star-patterned leather patchwork and quilted parkas with hardware and lace-up detailing provide a glimpse of the collection’s intrinsic eclecticism.

Moving to the more feminine spectrum, we can see how this includes parachute-inspired dresses with transitional skirts, hoodies that bring a sporty touch to the range, and jackets with drawstrings on the reverse that add a courtly air.

Accessory highlights include the “Dono” bag, with a ribbed handle and box design in various colours, and the “Dumpling” bag in two versions: the drawstring-top in the XXL format and with bow detailing on the smaller one.

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