Art Spotting: We Are Handsome in the Streets

Art and fashion collide with We Are handsome’s new collaboration with In the Streets. The bathing suit collection is digitally printed with wild animals, landscapes and other ’70s-tinged imagery. Their pieces are absolutely breathtaking, each more exciting and lovely than the next. Perfect for an end to the summer holiday to wear on the beach or to the pool!

We Are Handsome is the embodiment of founders; Indhra and Jeremy, and everyone else who has a love for the beautiful things in life. Their desire to create, design and share perfection has understandably made them a hit with the world, but We Are Handsome still remains true to their roots.

Every piece is 100% Australian designed, every thread is Australian sewn and every We Are Handsome suit is loved. We hope that you are too.

The Streets, a bold new collection with a distinctly urban edge. With seductive styles designed to inspire confidence and excitement,The Streets introduces new pieces such as long sleeved bodysuits and full-length maxis with further mesh and zip detailing throughout.

Each striking print is unique and tells its own story: For each collection designer Indhra Chagouryâ and Jeremy Jules choose a different topic and unite fine cuts and arts to a far-out line of colorful pieces. In its latest collection,”The Streets,” the brand worked with different artists who added their personal “street” designs to the collection.  The Beatboxer is the first time We Are Handsome has collaborated with an artist. Christine Berrie, a mixed media artist from Scotland was selected to produce the design including the WAH monogram. ‘The Motel’ print is another first for We Are Handsome – collaborating with Sydney based photographer Trevor King, chosen to produce the print created from a series of images shot on a recent trip to Vegas.

The collection is available now on Asos.com,  Barneys.com and in store at Barneys New York.

 

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