Scores, pinches and stitching created patterns on leather garments in this collection by Royal College of Art student Han Chul Lee, shown earlier this week.
Small leaf-shaped holes along curving stitching gave the impression of vines on a fawn zip-up top. This outfit was completed with a billowing sand-coloured coat draped over one shoulder and darker trousers.
Worn over the shoulders, a cropped leather jacket covered a white shirt that was paired with high-waisted black trousers.
Another black jacket with bright red leather sleeves had a single fastening and no lapels.
A larger, longer coat was detailed with horizontal stitching across sleeves, lapels and pockets.
Along with the leather, cocked fedoras gave the collection a Michael Jackson vibe. Velvet slippers added a touch of casual luxury.
The show took place at the Royal College of Art‘s Kensington campus in London earlier in the week.
Photos are by Dominic Tschudin/RCA.