Hood by Air RTW Spring 2017 Paris Fashion Week on Bessed
Contemporary off his males’s present in Paris, Shayne Oliver continued to propel his post-genderless assortment ahead, this time by riffing on shirting, workwear overalls and tailoring.
On the runway, crisp white shirts weren’t so traditional — one look with cutout crisscrossed sleeves had the phrases “not sustainable for kids” operating down them; one other, worn backwards, learn “wench” below the Hood by Air brand, and a 3rd was constructed right into a bra. On the boys, Oliver confirmed folded shirts with ties (as seen on retailer shows or in still-life catalogs) hooked up to deconstructed tailor-made jackets. Workwear overalls — maybe an supposed play on white- vs. blue-collar “uniforms” — had been additionally reinterpreted in attention-grabbing cuts: a khaki strapless model on a lady, and an awesome hybrid partial trench on a boy, for instance.
Flooring-sweeping parkas, dressy topcoats with embellished HBA logos on the again, and oversize Ts had been among the many retail-friendly items introduced. However that’s the factor about Hood by Air. It’s very democratic.