Brandon Sun made his New York Fashion Week debut with a collection that could easily establish him as one of the new authorities on designing luxury fur accessories. The show, entitled “Silent Assassins,” was inspired by the heroines in the Kung Fu movies that Sun grew up watching. The looks in Sun’s presentation were outfitted in cashmere sweaters and cardigans in shades of black, ivory, grey and dusk-rose that were paired with furs that ranged from fox, raccoon, lamb, chinchilla, mohair, and sable, all layered over chiffon skirts or gabardine pants.
The garments created an image of femininity and strength with the use of furs juxtaposed with soft fabrics and further contrasted with metal, armor-like accessories that helped Sun achieve his goal of designing clothes for a fearless and free woman. With this autumn collection, the modern woman will feel ready to combat the cold in the city dressed in Sun’s sumptuous furs.
February 11, 2012