Olympic fencer Myles Chamley-Watson and track and field Olympian Tori Bowe modeled a few of his looks at the presentation. The show was a resounding success for Clemens' brand and design.
His runway presentation focused on a cheerful color palette with elements of breezy sportswear and classic prep, a sideways step from last year's spring presentation, which focused on workwear. Models in backwards polos and breezy slacks worked the runway, which had been painted to look like a track.
He takes the basics we're all familiar with, like the polo shirt, and twists it around into his own unique aesthetic with cutouts and asymmetry. Telfar's unisex designs blur or erase the lines between "clothes for women" and "clothes for men"--to him, they are clothes for everyone. The Telfar style has a unique place in the fashion industry as it aims to be functional as well as attractive to the eye.
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