Streetwear designer Hiroaki Shitano used influences from athletic and
 classic casual apparel for spring, creating a collection of
 knee-length shorts, polo shirts and nylon windbreaker-style jackets.
 He updated many of these styles and added appeal for a younger
 customer in the form of neon green, yellow or orange accents, cut-out
 blazer backs revealing contrasting fabrics, and an all-over, abstract
 city lights print. There was an abundance of tech fabrics, including
in an eye-catching, motorcycle-inspired nylon jacket. The offering was
 finished off with shrunken backpacks and sneakers with flashing red 
lights at the back.

Streetwear designer Hiroaki Shitano used influences from athletic and
 classic casual apparel for spring, creating a collection of
 knee-length shorts, polo shirts and nylon windbreaker-style jackets.
 He updated many of these styles and added appeal for a younger
 customer in the form of neon green, yellow or orange accents, cut-out
 blazer backs revealing contrasting fabrics, and an all-over, abstract
 city lights print. There was an abundance of tech fabrics, including
in an eye-catching, motorcycle-inspired nylon jacket. The offering was
 finished off with shrunken backpacks and sneakers with flashing red 
lights at the back.

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