Cali Thornhill DeWitt & Brendan Fowler's Some Ware Show Was Everything They Do Best

A family affair.

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Cali Thornhill DeWitt and Brendan Fowler held their first fashion show in Paris yesterday. Showcasing a who’s who of models — from Tokyo shop GR8 buyer Mitsuhiro Kubo, No Vacancy Inn’s Tremaine Emory, Japanese fashion model Kozue Akimoto, to Mark McGinnis of HS-Crown-winning label The Incorporated — the collection took cues from the duo’s past in the music world. Full of graphic-printed tees and edgy layered looks, Some Ware’s latest offering proved that the label is no stranger to the merch game.

Many of the collection’s designs have been crafted from recycled cotton and scraps from their Los Angeles factory. Incorporating a bevy of boxy looks, the show also offered up workwear-inspired trousers and smock dresses made from deadstock fabric. Some Ware is also releasing a patchwork fabric tote bag to go along with the outfits.

Take a look at the show above and make sure to tune into our extensive Paris Fashion Week Men’s 2018 coverage.

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