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HBX Essentials: Shades of Blue

Both a symbol of royalty and a representation of melancholy, blue is a colour of varying concepts and sentiments. Although most commonly seen in shades of navy and indigo, the colour has a broad spectrum of tones. On the Fall/Winter 2019 runways, blue was a high profile presence with collections from Lemaire to Louis Vuitton permeating with different hues of blue. To look into how the colour is interpreted by each label, we have curated a number of pieces from Stone Island, Moncler, Palm Angels and many more.

One highlighted piece is the Stone Island Graphic T-Shirt in air force blue, seeing branded text at chest and the signature “Compass” logo half in reflective raised print and half in a tone on tone printing at back — an essential piece from the latest seasonal collection. Elsewhere, the Moncler Nylon Down Jacket with a removable hood is made in a bright tone of cobalt, and the Palm Angels Chenille Track Pants sports a darker tone of the lapis blue with off white stripes running down the sides. For footwear, the Nike Daybreak silhouette has gone through multiple remakes by designers such as Jun Takahashi from UNDERCOVER and Chitose Abe of Sacai. Featuring the Blue Daybreak SP, the “Swoosh” logo is crafted in gold on the sidewalls. More iterations of blue can be found from our curated range of accessories, including the Maison Kitsune Ribbed Hat, Diesel Mega Chief Watch, Thom Browne Gusset Folio, Paradise NYC Socks, Denim by Vanquish & Fragment Umbrella and the Ambush Cigarette Case Necklace.

Check out the photos for a look at the Shades of Blue curation. Scroll below to shop now and click here to read our latest 2019 “Reconstruction” Editorial.

 

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