Arizona & Athleisure Influenced N.Hoolywood Spring 2019

Traditional patterns inflect collaborative gear from Umbro, Dickies, PORTER and Vans.

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N.HOOLYWOOD forewarns of the Spring/Summer 2019 heat with a collection influenced by the blazing Arizona sun. A trip through the American Southwest yields a heavy Native American influence (thanks to the art of T.C. Cannon) manifested through bold plaid and striped patterns. Umbro gear is deconstructed into wide parks and slit-hem track pants, contrasting against the organic capes and flowing pants. Dickies work gear was reimagined as a summery setup, offering bright yellow to complement saturated red tees and rich earth tones present in coats and fringe-hemmed shirts. Hoodies, Vans and other recognizable American staples provide conventional juxtaposition against the more progressive designs, which include leather poncho shirts and raw seam-bearing blazers.

Take a look at the showcase below. Meanwhile, DYNE‘s NYFW presentation was studded with wearable technology.

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