The designer, a self-confessed science geek, turned once again to nature — and technology — for his inspiration. His men’s collection echoed some of the themes in his women’s resort offer, in particular prints inspired by the fluid, intersecting lines of 3-D computer graphic imagery from the Seventies and Eighties. The collection was filled with outlines of faces and bodies — some cleverly drawn to look as if they were vibrating. They were printed onto pieces ranging from T-shirts, sweatshirts and shorts to scarves and swimwear, the latter of which is a fast-growing business, said Kane. The graphic designs were also printed in fluorescent colors on black, or woven into intarsia knits. There were pops of rich primary colors — blue, red and yellow — for sweatshirt and shorts ensembles, and for those who prefer a more tailored look, there were black-and-white micro-check suits, worn with knee-length trousers and open–toe sandals.