When a designer, “plays with angles,” the immediate expectation is for a collection that’s very conceptual and avant-garde. But looking now at Ji Oh’s Fall/Winter 2017 season, the designer provided a counterargument with strong and lively designs that still felt commercially accessible. Sliced-up sleeves, fitted knitwear and blocky jackets were all key words for the Korean designer. The rider jacket, already eye-catching in such a sportive color, was made even cooler with a zipper that traced its angled cut. Asymmetric shirting was another theme with hems all askew in both dresses and tops. And while the side-tie frock with its all-over spotted print was quite sophisticated, the cropped shearling jacket was by-far a personal favorite. The thick cuffs, funnel-neck and sky blue color was unbelievably adorable (especially when paired with the kitten-heeled oxfords).