According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot.
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Astrid Andersen Menswear Spring/Summer 2016 London

According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language.

According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. ASTRID ANDERSEN MENSWEAR SPRING 2016772 According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot. According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot.

According to Danish-born designer Astrid Andersen, present day street culture is a universal language. Her collection, set against the heady back alleys of the Shanghai metropolis and the hip-hop beats of Harlem, amplifies this borderless appeal. Andersen’s Spring/Summer 16 collection is a whirlwind of cultural references – both urban and ethnic – melded into one monolithic offer that could only be described as “sensitive thug.” Oversized basketball silhouettes blended with delicate Chantilly lace; the once hyper-masculine hip-hop infused male is finally baring his soft spot.

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