The all-over printing is one of those trends that slowly landed on the catwalks of the big brands. But (as often happens) the idea was born from the underground fashion, as a simple expression by writer and illustrators to exceed the limit of the rectangular size of the prints of the classic t-shirt.
Giuro Che Domani Smetto is a Neapolitan brand always very attentive to street reality: it created a shirt and a t-shirt fully printed with a kaleidoscopic pattern that combines classic architecture and natural images.
I thought to wear them together, to create the optical illusion of a continuum between the two items, mixing them with a pair of pants by April 77 and Leather boots of Finale, both in dark shades to emphasize only the printing. It’s nice to go around as a kind of framework walking!