We11Done Explores Homesickness in SS21 Lookbook
Abstract patterns referencing our desire to travel to the past.
Following their digital presentation earlier this year, Jessica Jung and Dami Kwon have now returned with a lookbook for We11Done‘s Spring/Summer 2021 collection. The range explores the idea of being “Homesick” – a feeling shared by many around the world with travel restrictions caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The visuals, featuring both women’s and menswear, are produced by a dream team including the likes of Katie Grand as stylist and Steve Mackey as director and photographer. Through an array of bold, patterned outfits, the collection’s concept stems from Jung and Kwon’s interpretation of home – a place of comfort, safety and warmth – and the desire to travel to the past. Design details reference artist Gerhard Richter‘s blurred paintings, with neon and white threads constructing abstract patterns.
A series of chic looks are accentuated with metallic sequins creating heart motifs on a dress, along with a bulky leather top styled with sparkly tights. Midway through the lookbook, a vibrant pink hue takes over on a knit sweater and skirt. Futuristic stripe prints are added to complete statement-making ensembles. Referencing the theme of the collection, “HOMESICK” is printed in pink onto denim jackets and jeans, maxi-length dresses and more.
Scroll through the gallery above for We11Done’s SS21 lineup, which is expected to arrive early next year. In the meantime, head over to retailers like HBXWM for Fall/Winter 2020 pieces.
- Steve Mackey
- Art Direction
- Katie Grand
- Anita Bitton
- Miranda Joyce
- Hair Stylist
- Syd Haynes