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Drop shoul­ders, snap but­tons and sporty mesh pan­els—we’re in an ac­tive mood this sea­son

Hong Kong Tatler - - Style -

Clean, pre­cise and sleek: de­sign­ers from Guil­laume Henry (for his fi­nal men’s col­lec­tion at Car­ven) to JW An­der­son (at his epony­mous la­bel) fine-tuned their sports­wear with off-duty looks to im­press. An­der­son’s last three run­way ex­its were his in­ter­pre­ta­tions of the clas­sic base­ball tee—the shirts but­toned half­way, with an ex­ag­ger­ated drop shoul­der, and ribbed white trim on the neck and arms. Henry, on the other hand, gave clas­sic shirts a graphic treat­ment with hor­i­zon­tal bars. Run­ning shoes and duf­fle bags in bright colour blocks, with mesh pan­els or a pair of re­flec­tive-lensed sun­glasses, will add a fresh fin­ish to the ath­letic en­sem­bles.

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