Hood by Air enters the mind set of the urban weirdo
By WGSN Insider

New York: Shayne Oliver of Hood by Air presented a stellar avant-garde, street-ready collection for Spring 2015. This season the New York-based brand’s creative director, …

Sep 07, 2014
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New York: Shayne Oliver of Hood by Air presented a stellar avant-garde, street-ready collection for Spring 2015. This season the New York-based brand’s creative director, known for making a statement, enters the mind-set of “the urban weirdo, the urban thinker and the luxury held within the lack of reappropriation.” Streamlined silhouettes were enhanced by alluring cut-out constructions, bondage straps and buckle closures. –Deirdre Pérez

Silhouette: Relaxed tailoring / Deconstructed shapes / Long-over-long layering

Key items: Bombers / Tailored suits and sets / Tailored jackets / Button-front shirts / Jumpsuits / Straight-cut jeans / Lightweight outerwear

Colour: Black / Deep navy / White / Grey / Stone

Print & pattern: Graphic engineered slinky prints / HBA labels

Materials & Trim: Crisp cotton blends / Nylon / Denim / Leather / Exposed zips / License plates / Buckle closures / HBA label appliqué

Footwear: Air Force 1 variations / Re-interpreted workboots

Accessories: Flat clutch bags / Back packs

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