Angus Chiang, presented the autumn-winter 2019/20 collection in Paris. The podium has been transformed into a fruit and vegetable market. A collection inspired by everyday work clothes used in agriculture, fishing and farming, in addition to the “frog suits” worn by fishermen.
The large nylon bags used to sell rice have evolved into more refined packaging with vacuum technology to reduce the size of the products. Faced with the evolution of family structures, products are now available in more compact formats for small families or even individuals.
Seafood products are no longer sold in red and white plastic bags, but rather in high-tech packaging with fast freezing methods for direct delivery from their place of production, eliminating the distance between consumers and fishing boats on the high seas. Factors such as social structure and technological progress have led to substantial changes in the primary sector.
Shades of orange, yellow, pink, plaids and prints combine to create a silhouette for the modern man and woman.

Photos: Angus Chiang & Voltem Magazine

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