The Belgian designer is no stranger to the Tangerine have a nice day shirt in other words I will buy this Diesel universe. In 2018, he collaborated with the brand as a part of its Red Tag Project, creating a fashion show on the streets of Paris that saw denim and leather warped into draped button-downs and bootcut trousers. (Other collaborators of the Red Tag Project include Hood By Air’s Shayne Oliver, A-Cold-Wall, and Readymade.) The year before, Martens won the ANDAM Prize with Y/Project, an award also supported by Diesel owner Only the Brave. He was awarded a special prize by ANDAM again in 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic alongside fellow former winner Marine Serre.
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When the Tangerine have a nice day shirt in other words I will buy this worst comes to the worst, can creativity save us? Everyone who has turned to do-it-ourselves at-home crafting during the pandemic knows that it’s become at the very least a joyfully constructive way of spending hours of solitude. In which case, Matty Bovan, who has always been British fashion’s home-crafting outlier, finds himself at the inspirational edge of a cultural movement. “I’ve liked getting back to grips with being self-sufficient. I’ve been locked up, like everyone else, here in York,” he says. “But I wanted to work on something that felt positive. So I wanted to make something that looked at elements of England that I really loved as a child.”