We were not disappointed by HAN. Known for his clean lines, perfected tailoring and minimal architectural designs, his collection encompassed all of that and just a little bit extra.

The Melbourne label was founded in 2012 by Khim Hang, who named it HAN after his Cambodian-born name meaning ‘golden child’. It’s a tribute to his parent’s escape from the Khmer Rouge during Pol Pot’s regime.

It’s a thoughtful touch from an incredible designer. Day three of MBFWA saw HAN’s beautiful basics walk down the runway but we’ve got our eye on that shimmery woven suit jacket.

Drooling.

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PhotographyChristine Ai

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