Ddugoff and Dusen Dusen launch shirt capsule collection
Designer Daniel Dugoff launched the New York City-based menswear label in fall 2014 with a collection of “unbasic-basics” that feature original prints made by Dugoff himself. The designer was also named one of Forbes 30 under 30 in 2016 in the Art and Design category.
Ddugoff presented the collection on Monday with its spring 2018 collection at Capsule and Liberty Fairs, as part of the CFDA and Frenzy designer showcase.
The collaboration collection features bright and zany prints like polka dots and geometric shapes that resemble unique modern art styles. The patterns are very much in line with Dusen Dusen's unique prints that are a signature of the label. The Brooklyn-based label was founded by Ellen van Dusen in 2010, and naturally expanded from women’s apparel to home goods.
The white shirt with black polka dots and the "living room" pattern shirt from the collaboration were first seen on dresses, shirts and shorts in by Dusen Dusen.
Ddugoff x Dusen Dusen is available on both brands’ websites and retails for $165.
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