New York Fashion Week Men’s: Dyne Fall/Winter 2018
NEW YORK — Dyne‘s Christopher Bevans presented his Fall/Winter 2018 Menswear collection at the Skylight during New York Fashion Week Men’s.
The designer took a “more street” approach for his new collection, but, he mentioned, the company “always begins with the fabrics and the technicality.”
The new lineup was a reaction to “a world that is a bit crazy, with political rhetoric that’s not the most positive,” said Bevans backstage preshow.
Key People: Christopher Bevans
Season: Fall/Winter 2018 Menswear
Inspiration: There were nods to the ’60s and youth culture, namely with black berets, and all but direct reference to the Black Panthers, with pin attachments that read “A Unit of Force.”
Trends: A shimmering ruby flak vest, 3-D-knitted sweatsuits, faux fur peacoats and bomber jackets, puffer jackets, wide-legged and oversized pants, shirts and more.
Palette: Faux fur, patterns, dark and light colors, shimmering and shiny, and more.
Models: A diverse group of models.
Photos Credit: Gerardo Somoza