For Bianca Chandôn‘s latest collection, Alex Olson found inspiration in famed photographer Tom Bianchi’s book Fire Island Pines, Polaroids 1975-1983, a collection of works that, according to BC, “[offers] a candid snapshot of gay life, documenting a time before the AIDS crisis.” With hopes of embodying the “energy,” “color” and “essence” of Bianchi’s book, the capsule includes tees, both short-sleeve and long-sleeve, and hats, all in various bright hues. Best of all, the brand is donating a portion of the collection’s proceeds to Visual AIDS, a non-profit organization utilizing art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV+ artists and preserving a legacy.
Hurry to doverstreetmarket.com to shop the collection as it’s quickly selling out. Additionally, the collection is available June 29 at 1 p.m. EST at the brand’s online shop as well as at Bianca Chandôn retailers worldwide.
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