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    Latest Fahion for Men

    New Ways With Old-School Prints If you’re tiring of tie-dye but still want to unleash your inner hippy, then know that there’s a slew of do-it-yourself-inspired prints coming to scratch that particular itch. As you’d expect from blockbuster artist and longtime Raf Simons collaborator Sterling Ruby, his debut collection was a masterful, paint-splattered thing, full of clothes you could either wear or hang in the White Cube. At Versace and Martine Rose, bleach was the discolourant of choice, applied to denim above and below the belt, whereas fashion’s more refined houses took a more artisanal approach: Dior, Marni and Ermenegildo Zegna decorated shirts and suits with colours that bled through each other…

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