Korean designer Do Jo proved that the future of fashion lies in angular lines and sleek materials. Under self-proclaimed label Dozoh, his Fall/Winter 2016 collection adopted a distinctly modern aesthetic as leather-clad models showcased everything from two-toned pea coats to minimalistic mini dresses at Seoul Fashion Week. The collection exhibited an exquisite attention to detail with asymmetrical constructions, crossbody straps and unique metallic and zipper embellishments. Bomber jackets and sneaker-like slip-ons created a subtle nod to athletic wear, a key theme running throughout many of Do Jo’s designs. Amidst a sea of black and white pieces, the line played up eye-catching pops of candy-color red and ocean blue for diverse and interesting looks. Furthermore, mixtures of matte and lustrous fabrics as well as expert layering ensured that the line was anything but boring. Despite elements of distortion, the effortlessly chic designs emphasized wearability with a New Age face.