Denim on denim, kitten-like crowns, snakeskin hot-pants and quilted satin bomber jackets — Jarret’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection was the epitome of teenage angst. The brainchild of Ji Youn Lee, the collection was youthful, seductive, bordering garishly wild and at times straight out of a scene from Miss Saigon. The unisex collection portrays insurgence down to its core. Lee states, “I wanted to emphasise the theme which is darker so I tried to show them more casual and brighter.” More than simply a collection epitomising ‘when the cats away, the mice come out to play,’ Lee experiments with prints without overpowering the overall collection. The show began through a nighttime mountain scene on knitwear and finished off with a star installation pattern on a quilted black mini dress. The showstopper of the collection was, without a doubt, the tweed biker jacket finished off with a blood-red collar. ‘I wanted to break the typical image of how we view fur, so I tried to style the fur with a more casual and lighter look’ Lee explained, proving her ever-evoking design aesthetic.