An energetic and youthful spirit that is pure and raw, sartorial meets street style in a permanent game of contrasts to reinforce ideas and lighten references of HarDior, a hardcore energy reminiscence of the rave and new wave culture. A new vision for tailoring with a double-edged silhouette, deconstructed and pinstriped pieces are worn with metallic hardware and rubber-soled footwear, whereas an array of graphic ready-to-wears—from varsity-inspired outerwear, wide tailored trousers to intarsia knitwear—are emblazoned with the slogans: “There Will Be Noise Complaints” and “They Should Just Let Us Rave”.
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