Shayne Oliver's Hood By Air Announces Official Hiatus

Oliver heads to Helmut Lang, while Leila Weinraub focuses on her film career.

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Hood By Air just officially announced in a brief press release that the brand co-founded by Shayne Oliver and Leilah Weinraub is going “on hiatus effective immediately.” The announcement follows the recent news of Shayne Oliver heading to Helmut Lang for a creative position, where consequently people in the industry expected HBA’s “demise.” Furthermore, the brand has been quiet as of late — last month, the design collective disclosed that it would cancel its Paris Fashion Week show. The last time HBA made some buzz was during its 2017 spring/summer collection presentation when it teamed up with PornHub.

The official press release also stated that “HBA will continue to fulfill its creative vision in the near future.”

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