South African brand, Chulaap, is known for it’s geometric prints in its menswear pieces. Chulaap’s signature is its print overload – layers and layers of prints. Designer Chu Suwannapha mixes and matches so well, making sure that not one piece going down the runway is boring.
But with the brands’ first foray into womenswear (in collaboration with Spree), these prints are softened a bit, and the signature Chulaap layering is missing. We’re not sure how we feel about that because you wouldn’t immediately see the Chulaap distinction. But still, each of these pieces are definitely wearable, and the overcoats in particular look amazing. This Vogue interview with Chulaap sheds more light on the womenswear.
What do you think?