Gypsy Sport AW16 at New York Fashion Week

Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC - 02.03.16 Credit: J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC – 02.03.16
Photography by J Grassi

Continuing their wordly gender-blender legacy, Gypsy Sport presented in New York an AW16 collection that nods to rap culture of the 90s and early 00s. Designer Rio Uribe picked soft hues of brown and baby-blue in a homage to the rappers who started exploring their feminine, post-gangsta rap side. Its signature mix of sports wear with luxury remains in the form of tracksuits with furry lapels and embellished head gear. Gypsy also collaborated with Haze Collection to create sunglasses and with Chris Habana for jewellry.

Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC - 02.03.16 Credit: J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC – 02.03.16
Photography by J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC - 02.03.16 Credit: J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC – 02.03.16
Photography by J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC - 02.03.16 Credit: J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC – 02.03.16 Photography by J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC - 02.03.16 Credit: J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC – 02.03.16 Photography by J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC - 02.03.16 Credit: J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC – 02.03.16 Photography by J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC - 02.03.16 Credit: J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC – 02.03.16 Photography by J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC - 02.03.16 Credit: J Grassi
Gypsy Sport FW 16 Presentation Skylight Clarkson, NYC – 02.03.16 Photography by J Grassi

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