[NEW YORK, NY.] Allow me to clear some things up with you, so that you are well educated when you talk about Christopher Bevans’ collection DYNE that’s based in Portland, Oregon. For starters, it’s pronounced as dine. Now that’s all cleared up, another need-to-know is that Dyne is not anything close to wearable tech, simply because that phase in fashion is a thing of the past. Now, technology is apart of fashion just as equally as tailoring has become a principle element in menswear. Another noteworthy mention is that Bevans will possibly receive a call from Steven Kolb, hopefully, to give great news of him becoming a finalist for this year’s CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund. After the show, backstage, I was chatting with him and a few of his main team members and I told him I have a feeling he’ll be picked as a finalist! Time shall tell in a few little bits.
UPDATE.: I knew it! Christopher Bevan’s is officially a finalist for 2017 CFDA Vogue Fashion Fund. I know he’s hype!!!!
As a newcomer to NYFW: Men’s, Bevans introduced his DYNE collection at the Cadillac House. The garments reflect a seamless blend of both athletic attire and luxury. Each look had clean lines and seemed not only breathable yet very comfortable. The black slacks, yeah, I want to wear those to church because of its conservative duality that can go from jogging in the park to making business transactions paired with a blazer. What attracted me the most in the collection was the water resistant fabrics used for the outerwear jackets and the uncommon placements for zippers. No wonder Dyne has a huge clientele in Japan and neighbouring Asian countries.
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