Date: September 11th Venue: Prince George Ballroom
Artist, writer, activist, Halim A. Flowers released an impressive menswear capsule collection during New York fashion week, a mashup of retro street wear, inspired by Old-School Hip Hop, graffiti street art and 80s British Punk. Sparkling from the earlobes, necklines and wrists of models were brilliant cut diamonds and dangling earrings, layered necklaces, including Cuban link chains, bold face watches and beaded bracelets. Two-tone, tri-colored and multi-hued headwear accessories showcased in graphic print baseball caps and bucket hats in intense blues, rich reds and vibrant greens. God Save The Queen and David Bowie themed tees peeked through a statement leather motto jacket and denim with leather trimmed zip up jacket, paired with ripped jeans. Tailored separates emerged in a paint splatter blazer, tri-color track suit, aviation jumpers in army green and navy, black & white print hoodies with graffiti pants, and two-tone sweats. A vibrant sneaker lineup featured low tops, chunky soles, bowling style, and foam runner slip on shoes.
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