sibling channels basquiat's boxing days for fall/winter 16

Lifting inspiration from Michael Halsband’s portrait of Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat in boxing gloves, Sibling explored masculinity and vulnerability.

by i-D Staff and Princess Julia
10 January 2016, 1:30pm

Jason Lloyd-Evans

Today's man has a number of style options. Much like his female counterpart, the day starts with decisions, decisions, decisions on what's appropriate to wear. A day at the office perhaps, taking the dog for a walk, a date or -- as in the case of Sibling this season -- a jaunt to the gym via a disco with Grace Jones and Basquiat. 

Of course, these clothes aren't specifically designed to be worn in the boxing ring (or, in fact, a disco). But you can of course -- they wouldn't look out of place wherever you chose to wear them. Those shorts -- teamed with that Sibling giant chunk cardi -- lend themselves to an evening stroll. Perhaps you'll be tanning yourselves next winter in some far clime. Strip down and dress up because the swathes of fine knit that Sibling produce are just the sexiest on any kind of torso. There's something rather joyous to what comes out of those knitting machines and needles of theirs. Kings of color and texture, Sibling's bold statements are killer. They've changed the way we think about knit and they've changed the way we dare to dress.


Photography Jason Lloyd-Evans

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