Intricate prints, simple shapes. The designer toughened up the distorted floral prints created for his women’s resort collection to make them “much more masculine and graphic.” Silhouettes included T-shirts paired with cotton shorts, and crisp short-sleeve shirts worn with cutoff jersey track pants. “Boys wear simple [pieces], so I like to keep it real,” said Kane of his approach to men’s design.

Intricate prints, simple shapes. The designer toughened up the distorted floral prints created for his women’s resort collection to make them “much more masculine and graphic.” Silhouettes included T-shirts paired with cotton shorts, and crisp short-sleeve shirts worn with cutoff jersey track pants. “Boys wear simple [pieces], so I like to keep it real,” said Kane of his approach to men’s design.

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