[NEW YORK, NY.] Technology is a mandatory component in our everyday lives, and Christopher Bevans has tapped into a niche market that incorporates advanced engineering into wearable, yet, functional clothes. For example, the NFC tags patched into each garment was the biggest shock factor for his Spring-Summer 2019 collection. After graduating nearly 20 years ago from the Fashion Institute of Technology, it’s comforting to know that Bevans continues to make technology and fashion collide. Not only that but also comforting to know that he has maintained a relationship with his alma mater and has sparked a vision for currently enrolled students to aspire to become as successful as him through their studies at FIT.
The brightest news for DYNE this season were the sunglasses that will be tentatively available the third quarter of this year. Besides the sunny frames, Bevans used bright colours for majority of his outerwear jackets. As an active athletic brand, this season seemed to be more relaxed with drawstring pant and loose-fitting slacks. The Capri-style pant paired with marble tube socks were a bit out of range for new yorkers yet perfectly styled for any PNW granola.
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