Nasir Mazhar 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

The designer experimented with odd color panels in another workwear-inspired collection.

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Nasir Mazhar is known for his extravagant designs, having made a name for himself creating inventive headwear. For 2017 spring/summer, the designer continued on his journey of creating stylish and colorful pieces inspired by technical sportswear. He was influenced by the culture and counter-culture that makes up London, a push and pull that has continually defined his brand. Men strut down the runway in tracksuits and workwear-inspired garbs, many of them topless except for heavy backpacks tied on. Mazhar also experimented with interesting color palettes on various materials such as shiny nylon, tracksuits, fur and crochet.

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