Yigal Azrouël spent his youth surfing on the Mediterranean shores of his native Israel and for Cut25, his secondary collection, he channeled those Eighties good times for his sporty, utilitarian silhouettes. The electric colors added a jolt to the presentation of models moving along a grid reminiscent of board game.

Yigal Azrouël spent his youth surfing on the Mediterranean shores of his native Israel and for Cut25, his secondary collection, he channeled those Eighties good times for his sporty, utilitarian silhouettes. The electric colors added a jolt to the presentation of models moving along a grid reminiscent of board game.

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