Jul 04, 2017 | By Lizzy Bowring
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The design aesthetic for Canadian designer Rad Hourani’s S/S 10 collection was based on clean lines, hardware details and non-gender specific silhouettes. These androgynous looks, which the designer says are derived from no particular place, time or tradition, were all about a big-over-slim proportion. In a palette of black, white and silver, loose sleeveless tops were adorned with liquid silver chains and jackets received multiple zippers for both ornamentation as well as function. Slim bottoms came in the shape of bike shorts in leather or cotton/lycra, and skinny trousers that were ribboned with slashes or had zippered openings at the knee.
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