Designed by Konrad Parol, the BLGR Resort 2014 collection highlights an urban aesthetic of utilitarianism. The line of both menswear and womenswear challenges traditional gender roles and is showcased in a catalog that dresses its male and female models in similar shapes and silhouettes.
Embodying a strong sense of comfort and practicality, this effortlessly cool streetwear line presents consumers with a contemporary and youthful take on the common uniform concept. Models sport black and gold striped outerwear, classic cotton tees and edgy camouflage prints that are made modern and fresh for a new generation of fashion lovers.
Designer Konrad Parol's BLGR Resort 2014 collection is made up of 7 garment models that are mutually compatible and allow for various combinations. These interchangeable pieces include a practical bomber jacket, a hooded coat, a pocketed short, three varying t-shirt styles and a trio of snapback hat accessories.
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