Inspired by mobsters from the early twentieth century, Henry blended his timeless aesthetic with the gangster attitude and created a look that screams classic and contemporary all in the same breath. “I was just looking at all these books of police mug shots, and all these guys, they were anonymous and they were so cool,” he told WWD backstage at his Paris show. Who knew Capone could be such a fashion muse? Using prison graffiti and tattoos from the time period, he created a print that came down the runway on everything from t-shirts to sweaters and even a few women’s skirts.
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