Hood By Air recently held its Spring/Summer 2015 New York Fashion Week show and stunned audience members with a collection of edgy and deconstructed pieces. The usually sporty label went the militant route and showcased a range of sculptural and layered pieces.
Whether adorning models with cone-like polymer accessories or dressing them in deconstructed versions of a classic military uniform, Hood By Air defied their audience's expectations with their latest collection.
Standouts from this New York Fashion Week show included its all-denim streetwear ensembles that fused together durable fabrics with sculptural silhouettes. The result relied on texture and intricate elements that created a visually interesting wardrobe. Though deconstructed the pieces were held together seamlessly and were a fresh translation of traditional army attire.
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