Shayne Oliver's Hood By Air presents their Spring/Summer 2015 collection at New York Fashion Week. Although less so than previous seasons, we still find a graphic-infused set of garments and accessories featuring the iconic "HBA" logo via silk-screen, embroidery, metal debossing and more. Footwear selections include custom HBA leather boots with sneaker elements like thick Velcro straps along with classic all-white Air Force 1s and Nike Air Foamposite One "Wheats."

We think it's safe to say the main highlight of the show was Boy Child's cameo walking a massive spotted Great Dane. The inclusion of medieval-style "stocks" made from cut plexiglass, choir music, and a model on crutches certainly led to some questions on the shows theme and inspirations. Although many are quick to hate, Hood By Air continues to push the boundaries of what's acceptable in the realm of high fashion, art, sexuality and society at large - they won our applause.

Make sure to keep up with Hood By Air here and shop the brand's latest releases here.

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