Andrea Crews Takes SS20 Collection to a Classified Site

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The Maroussia Rebecq-led Andrea Crews collective has unveiled its forthcoming men’s collection for the Spring/Summer 2020 season during Paris Fashion Week. Titled “Momentum” the lineup displays a range of tie-dyed pieces, along with mismatched prints, asymmetrical silhouettes and floral-inspired designs, reflecting the creativity and artistry the Parisian team has become synonymous with. Also included are a number of upcycled looks, repurposing materials and pieces from clothing and everyday items. Known for pushing the boundaries not just in design, but also on the business front, the label has announced that they will sell unreleased t-shirts and 25 items from the collection on Leboncoin, France’s most popular classifieds ads site, which are available on the website now. Prices for the items range from €60-200.

View the runway images above and take a closer look at what went down backstage below.

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