What is it about the apocalypse that fascinates designers so much? Christopher Bevans of Dyne is one of the latest designers to be inspired by such for the brand’s Spring 2019 menswear collection. This season, he put a sportswear element to the wardrobes of supposed survivors of the apocalypse, of which he referred to as “future nomads.” However, despite having lost practically everything, these nomads are divinely dressed in monotone separates, long silhouettes, and a few oversized pieces for equal measure. Two floral-incorporated looks, one in a matching set and the other in an industrial trench coat, added an interesting visual feature to an otherwise dark and moody collection. There were still pops of color, including a bright pale teal hoodie (worn under a two-tones gray sweater vest) and a peach orange vest (paired over a metallic silver hoodie), but they didn’t necessarily lift up the mood. It’s unclear what Bevans’ message is here, but at least when the apocalypse comes, people will still have nice things to wear.
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