Moon Choi, 27, is a Seoul-born, New York–based designer with a mind of her own. Through a dreamy lineup of boxy suit coats and sheer piped tunics, the recent Parsons graduate intends to affect change. “I always look at gender boundaries and want to break them,” she says. “There are no rules to making clothing or to wearing them.” It is a powerful movement in the States, but still nascent in Korea, where Choi is from. But more surprising than her personal revelations regarding gender is the lack of heavy-handed messaging to accompany it—Choi’s clothes are simply lovely and plainly presented to people without labels.