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Heron Preston debuted his SS19 collection “En Vogue” at a metal factory in Paris, filled with pit crew steez that you wish you had.

With the Highsnobiety team covering Paris Fashion Week, we recently spoke with the designer after the show to find out the full concept of his presentation, which embodied a factory assembly line and exuded a form of an art performance.

Additionally, Preston talked about his collaboration with Nike and their signature tailwind glasses, as he aims to expose the frames to the new generation with more stylish appeal.

Heron also delves into his progress into the fashion scene, from graduating with a business degree, and changing the landscape of how to be a successful fashion designer, even with a different educational background.

To relive the show in 360 and see what the all-around creative cooked up, peep the video below. Virgil Abloh, Bella Hadid and many others also make special appearances to show their support.

In other exclusive Highsnobiety Paris Fashion Week coverage, here’s what streetwear insiders thought of Virgil Abloh’s Louis Vuitton debut.

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

Renz Ofiaza is a Staff Writer at Highsnobiety and based in Brooklyn.

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