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Hong Kong streetwear brand CLOT has presented its first ever fashion show, titled “New Age Ethic,” to showcase its “2017 Spring/Summer” collection.

The models swaggered around the graffiti-laden streets of the Place de La Republique in Paris wearing faded T-shirts, outrageous prints and much more in a showing that had a very precise urban aesthetic. Tonal shades of blue and yellow were seen throughout, drawing heavily on sport-luxe and military-inspired pieces.

Designers Zoe Vance, Alien Ju Jitsu and Ian Connor all had a role to play in the collection, alongside CLOT’s work with Vanquish Denim.

“New Age Ethnic is the world we live in now, all kinds of people and all colors of skin all in a melting pot,” explained creative director Edison Chen. “Personally I am influenced by Western culture, but I identify myself as an Asian. These two merging together have created my diverse mindset. We all share one world, one sun and one internet, [and] boundaries are a thing of the past.”

Head over to the CLOT website for more information.

Meanwhile, here’s what people wore to Gosha Rubchinskiy’s book signing in Paris.

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