Frida Homann’s spring collection for Dyn is not for wallflowers. The men’s wear designer translated her photos of chrysanthemums in Berlin’s botanic gardens into a vibrant print that dominated the clothes, appearing on everything from fitted white and yellow button-down shirts to white zip-front blouson jackets.
The second half of the lineup turned toward soft pastels inspired by the French Riviera. There was a baby blue cotton single-breasted suit, a trim lilac shirt jacket and tailored shorts suit. “I imagined a man walking along the coast in Normandy,” Homann said. “Someone mysterious and interesting.”
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