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Showing his affinity for a blend of engaging pattern stories over abstract, but relatively wearable profiles, Danish fashion designer Henrik Vibskov steps away from the upfront, voluminous garbs seen in his 2012 spring/summer collection in favor of more humble, held-back motifs for this year’s spring/summer collection. While Navajo prints are an ongoing staple in his work, color blocking and indigo hues make an appearance over long-sleeve tees and bomber renditions. Replacing provocative headgear with classic top hat options, the collection is typically Vibskov, with bold designs that remain eminently wearable.

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