Back in June, Moda Operandi launched menswear. Like the women’s offerings, the selection is geared towards those who embrace color and pattern — the males of the fashion-peacock species. While the site carries plenty of well-known brands like Burberry, Prada, and Givenchy, it’s also taking a chance on lesser-known designers as well. The most recent launch (or drop, since we all live in a streetwear world now) is an exclusive collection by Don C., the co-founder of Chicago’s RSVP Gallery boutique.
Don C used to be Kanye West’s tour manager and co-founded RSVP Gallery with Virgil Abloh. He’s well-established in the streetwear world, often collaborating with Nike on extremely limited collaborations under the brand Just Don. ( Jonah Hill is, of course, a fan.) The Moda collection is his first foray into traditional, seasonal ready-to-wear. Featuring colorful camp shirts, tearaway pants, hoodies, tie-dye shirts, and sleek jackets, it’s a continuation of the unexpected trends we saw last summer. And while it’s technically for men, take note of the video: the collection has plenty of unisex appeal.
The clothes cost a bit more than what you’d pay for streetwear; prices start at $275 for tees and top out at $1,500 for outerwear. Scroll ahead to see some of our favorites.
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