The Silhouette Trend for Women’s Minimalist Unisex Trench Coat

Trench Coat

Minimalist trench coat in A/W 24/25 deconstructs the silhouette to have a unisex style and subverts the convention. Powerful A-line, wide-shoulder T-line and sleeveless H-line create daily commutewear through straight tailoring. Deconstruction, shirt trench coat and oversized trench coat deliver the handsomeness of urban women.

Trench Coat

Design Highlight: The laid-back oversized coat is extremely inclusive and practical.

Application: The loose shape of trench coat is more comfortable and free. The layering with multiple under layers enriches the looks.

Trench Coat

Design Highlight: Cozy shirt and outwear trench coat are mixed to form a brand-new silhouette that shows women’s elegant charm and free spirit.

Application: Crisp trench coat fabric provides traditional windproof performance. The loose fits of shirt are really cozy. Creased cotton-linen fabrics are more suitable for comfy homewear.

Trench Coat

Design Highlight: Deconstructed design presents a strong three-dimensional effect. Multiple layers and misplacing offer rich visual effects and new experiences.

Application: Layered cutting and fabric splicing enrich the layers of garments. The waist drawstrings and wavy collars strengthen the femininity. The asymmetric hemlines are more stylish.

Trench Coat

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