For Spring, Dyne’s Christopher Bevans considered a “future nomad” as his person of inspiration. He mentioned “face masks that look like oxygen masks,” and an “apocalyptic feel.” The brand is my favorite due to its original performancewear, all or most of which has a streetwise knack.
Lightweight synthetic outerwear stood in everything from neutrals to rainbow-confetti schemes. Socks were mismatched; prints intermingled with techno-flora blooms and matrix-like grids. Case in point: In dystopia, the athlete is no less polished, even if he’s a bit more eccentric.