Streetwear designer Pierre Bassene grew up enveloped by Paris’s rabid skateboard and hip-hop dance culture.
The new campaign from Adidem Asterisks drew inspiration from classic menswear silhouettes and blended them with bold contemporary prints.
“NBNW was conceived as being part art, part anthropology, and part fashion.”
The Middle East meets West in Loveclosely’s designs, which infuse contemporary styles—influenced by the likes of Drôle de Monsieur and Adidas—with motifs inspired by Middle Eastern art, poetry, and architecture.
Hip-hop–endorsed street fashion meets classic French tennis-court style in Lacoste’s first collaboration with Golf le Fleur, a subset of Tyler, the Creator’s clothing line Golf Wang.
What makes this young label stand out is Coimbra’s commitment to designing androgynous clothes that are fashion-forward and eye-catching, but still eminently wearable for every day.