Tim Coppens Mixes Sportswear With Punk-Inspired Styles for His 2018 Spring/Summer Collection

“American Dreamer.”

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Tim Coppens has just unveiled his 2018 spring/summer collection for his eponymous label. The Belgian designer — who is currently the creative director for Under Armour Sportswear — has struck a fine balance between bold and muted color schemes for the latest assemblage. The warm-season collection, entitled ”American Dreamer,” features relaxed suiting, hoodies, and varsity jackets as well as premium sweatpants. Eye-catching pieces include a tonal black blazer with a checkered pattern, color-blocked shirts, plaid shorts, and distressed denim jeans.

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