Belgian-born Tim Coppens channeled the street style of the Paris banlieues for a compelling collection, with standout pieces like a blouson jacket fashioned from panels of knit, leather and nylon, and a varsity version made from an old Persian rug — meant to invoke the North African makeup of those suburbs.

Belgian-born Tim Coppens channeled the street style of the Paris banlieues for a compelling collection, with standout pieces like a blouson jacket fashioned from panels of knit, leather and nylon, and a varsity version made from an old Persian rug — meant to invoke the North African makeup of those suburbs.

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