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#MFW: SPYDER Spring Summer 2020 Collection

Creative director Christopher Bevans took inspiration from intricate city grids and subway metro maps

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Designer Christopher Bevans showcased Spyder‘s Spring Summer 2020 collection inspired by everyday heroes, on Monday June 17th, during the recently finished Milan Fashion Week.


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Sport as a philosophy, a lifestyle to embrace for crossing personal boundaries and shining bright on the stage of the quotidian urban life. In keeping with its outstanding experience in the athletic and active wear business, Spyder continues to be the most precious ally to break personal records in the gym, in the concrete jungle or in the midst of nature. Cutting-edge technologies, high-performance materials and a sleek, contemporary design sit at the core of Spyder Spring/Summer 2020 collection.

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An homage to the metropolitan life, creative director Christopher Bevans took inspiration from intricate city grids and subway metro maps for the Spyder Lifestyle range. Sharp graphic lines, contrasting bands running across the pieces or creating bold trims to exalt the eye-catching attitude of the collection meet the essential, functional yet highly impactful silhouettes of anoraks, tracksuits, hoodies, tanks tops and roomy waterproof jackets. The color palette mixes black and white, bright blue, yellow, as well as the pink and orange tones of a charming pattern echoing the shades of the sky at sunset. Celebrating the warmest season, high-tech, appealing garments for water sports are introduced. Neon tones, graphic motifs and color blocks give an exciting attitude to board shorts, T-shirts and surf tops to stay cool among the waves. – from Spyder

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