The Astrid Andersen Spring/Summer 2014 collection is an androgynous take on a streetwear aesthetic that is hip-hop inspired. The designer's edgy runway presentation featured light-colored garments that were constructed using feminine materials like body-conscious spandex and floral lace netting.
Infused with sheer panelling and a slew of cut-out elements, the Astrid Andersen Spring/Summer 2014 collection exudes a masculine air despite of its wardrobe of androgynous ensembles. While the collection boasts feminine undertones, its masculine and often muscular models give the clothes an unexpected look of strength and power.
An unconventional take on traditional hip-hop references, this edgy line of menswear marries oversized elements one would expect in street attire and combines them with body-revealing pieces that blur gender lines.