With its cleverly constructed 1980s-inspired young fashion, Humor’s playful take on directional streetwear was one of Bread & Butter’s highlights. T-shirts with repeat patterns of rubber spots appeared alongside an eccentrically patterned fairisle hoodie. A madras long-sleeved shirt replaced buttons and conventional collar with a wave-layered jersey insert,and a funnel neck shirt jacket was presented in fine stripes with oversized buttons. Curved leg jeans and chinos as well as ...
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