The Christopher Lemaire Bean Pole Line Draws From 'Novo' Style

By: Trenton Millar - Published: • References: oki-ni & hypebeast
The Christopher Lemaire Bean Pole collaboration has resulted in a powerful and youthful collection of clothes inspired by the 'Novo' movement. The term Novo encapsulates the European New Wave movement. The Novo influences of proto-electronic, minimal wave and post-punk can all be seen in the Fall/Winter Novo collection.

Designer Christopher Lemaire and Korean label Bean Pole have produced a collection that is full of geometric prints, bold and micro. Color blocked shirts play on punk style and use clean lines for a modern feel. The micro-geometric print pant is an eye-catching piece that is full of youth, and the black, white, gray and yellow color palette is derived from the electronic music that inspired the collection.

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