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Backstage at Hood by Air New York Fashion Week 2014 (Photos)

Designer Shayne Oliver stuck to his unisex vision, delivering a classically urban collection for men and women that featured oversized sweatshirts, leather jackets, and bright wigs.

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Designer Shayne Oliver continued to stick to Hood by Air's unisex vision for its Fall/Winter 2014 collection, delivering a series of classically urban pieces for men and women. Oversized sweatshirts, a slew of backpacks, and hair done in either cornrose or mini-afros took the runway as cool kids including Theophilus London, the ATL Twins, and Kanye West's right-hand man Virgil Abloh looked on. The most intriguing part of the twenty-something minute show, however, was the finale, which saw shirtless "models" with bright wigs vogue-ing across the runway. Between the aggressive stomping and powerful movements, it was clear that Oliver, like Rick Owens the season before, had produced more than a fashion show: he was creating a production of social and gender commentary. See highlights from backstage and the runway.

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