Sydney Fashion Week: Ksubi
By Samuel Trotman

Ksubi’s collection featured at last week’s Sydney Fashion Week and looked amazing, channeling 90s sports and surf culture.

May 17, 2012
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We at Stylesight are BIG fans of Ksubi– they get the balance right between fashion-forward and fearless design with ultra-wearability that makes us want every piece.

Their F/W 12 collection (S/S 13 in Australia) featured at last week’s Sydney Fashion Week and looked amazing. Named Bad Sports, it channels 90s activewear styling with a dash of surf and skate culture reworked in faded and bleached-out denim – nodding to Ksubi’s heritage but re-interpreting it for 2013.

High fashion met high performance in the unisex collection with baggy track bottoms, puffa jackets and zip-through hoodies and parkas in total denim, creating a whole new attitude for denim-on-denim styling. Also key were the surf-inspired hibiscus prints in upsized scale, creating a bold allover motif for both men and women.

The show was styled by Christine Centenera, who brought her effortless street style cool to each look.

Check out our previous post on Ksubi Kustom for more denim inspiration from the brand.

 


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Mens Clothes Online
Nov 03rd, 2013

Very nice fashion collection I am loving it.


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