"Be yourself. You’re okay."

Yohji Yamamoto

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Adrien Brunier

Adrien Brunier

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Stop and go

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Raf Simons
Belgian, 1968 -Hooded Sweatshirt, Fall/Winter, 2014Fleece, Cotton-JerseyOn loan from Private CollectionThis hooded sweatshirt is a prime example of contemporary fashion designer Raf Simon’s tendency towards a clean aesthetic applied to elements that are traditionally associated with lower styles. The trope of the baggy “hoodie” is well established in the realm of hip-hop and streetwear. This example, rendered in a clean, creamy white transcends the usual examples of the genre through its formally elegant realization. The softness of the cotton-jersey exterior lends a sense of comfort that runs directly counter to the harder edged nature of streetwear.

Raf Simons

Belgian, 1968 -

Hooded Sweatshirt, Fall/Winter, 2014
Fleece, Cotton-Jersey
On loan from Private Collection

This hooded sweatshirt is a prime example of contemporary fashion designer Raf Simon’s tendency towards a clean aesthetic applied to elements that are traditionally associated with lower styles. The trope of the baggy “hoodie” is well established in the realm of hip-hop and streetwear. This example, rendered in a clean, creamy white transcends the usual examples of the genre through its formally elegant realization. The softness of the cotton-jersey exterior lends a sense of comfort that runs directly counter to the harder edged nature of streetwear.

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