After a breakout show last season, Willy Chavarria returned to a New York runway, showing his Fall 2022 off calendar (but ironically wedged into between two other outlier shows, Alexander McQueen and Ralph Lauren). This season his budding menswear business which skews towards edgy streetwear, partnered up with Nike for a shoe style that, unfortunately for fans, was made only for the runway.
“Part of this collection is a look at American iconography. It’s such a huge part of Latino immigrant culture, Asian immigrant culture, immigrant culture period,” said Chavarria speaking to reporters backstage after the show. “Immigrants latch on to Nike or American Eagle Outfitters, for
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