Hood by Air’s Shayne Oliver toyed with the nude for his Spring/Summer 2016 collection
What is gender? We’re in a new place in America where we can define gender.
By questioning the essence of nowadays fashion and culture while toying with the concept of “who defines who”, Lee Daniels pointed out the idea behind Hood by Air Spring/Summer 2016 collection. Introducing the nude for both male and female silhouettes of the offering, American designer Shayne Oliver focused on what really matters to him: the streetwear aesthetic.
Oliver revisited school uniforms, work outfits and urban ensembles: then he blended them in a confusion of denim, leather, strings and fringes. True to himself, the Hood by Air’s designer delivered a statement-collection full of energy and sharpness.
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