Siki Im played with fit and proportion for his Fall/Winter 2014 collection, a nice change of pace for Im, who studied to be an architect and whose clothes usually have a strong architectural look to them. Take for example voluminous pants that were paired with cropped coats or equally oversized coats. Also seen were etchings on some sportswear pieces, almost like he used the all-black looks as a canvas or blackboard for his creativity, while harkening Edvard Munch's The Scream. Siki Im's architectural influences were still present and it was still impressive like an intricately pebbled topcoat, slightly oversized, or angular jackets that played on triangles. In all, the collection was a step forward for the label, which has been emphasizing on an austere look for multiple season now that are heavy on black and texture.