R+HUBERTY, new made in Belgium menswear brand
A graduate of the Hemlo fashion school in Liege, young designer Robin Huberty draws inspiration from both the street and from architecture, and is inspired by Scandinavian and Asian cultures.
His avant-gardist style focuses on geometric cuts and a monochromatic color palette embellished with timeless colors.
Handmade in Belgium, R+Huberty’s first spring-summer collection is inspired by the architecture of the Jewish Museum in Copenhagen, designed by German architect Daniel Libeskind, and features K-way style windbreakers, Neoprene sweat pants, long shirts, jackets and tops with geometric cuts and rigid materials, and printed scarves.
His first collection is now available in the two locations of the Brussels design and luxury multibrand store, Stijl, which already features several Belgian brands, such Kris Van Assche, Dries van Noten and Raf Simons, and other international brands like Gustavo Lins and Rick Owens, and the British site notjusalabel.
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