Christopher Bevans of DYNE is off to great start this year, especially after having won the International Woolmark Prize for Innovation. The Portland-based designer, who formerly worked for Billionaire Boys Club, Rocawear, and Nike, recently unveiled DYNE’s Fall/Winter 2018 collection for New York Fashion Week Men’s.
The cold-season range offers varying takes on utilitarian apparel with a modish tribute to boy scouts by embellishing multiple patches on certain pieces to symbolize peace. Standout items include elongated down jackets with neon-colored lining, collared blousons with generous padding, down vests with front snap closures, color-blocked sweatpants, and tonal black berets with intricate embroidery.
Peruse the styles above and visit DYNE’s official website to learn more.
Also, be sure to keep tabs on our ongoing New York Fashion Week Men’s 2018 coverage.