ANDREA CREWS unveiled playful and innovative pieces for its fall/winter collection. Founded by Maroussia Rebecq in 2014, the Paris-based house has been renowned for its “misappropriation dress codes” which repurposes materials and concocts mix-media pieces such as denim sweatshirts and pants featuring side panel shearling. Its lineup includes double-waisted bottoms, deconstructed pullovers paired with camo-printed bottoms, an elongated corduroy shearling jacket, quilted bombers, high-waisted overalls, and more.
The 2017 fall/winter collection is broken down into two collections — ‘High Streetwear’ which consists of everyday basics and ‘Artisanal’ which is an alternative approach to ANDREA CREW’s iconic style of progressive streetwear.
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