This colorblocked shirt by Arthur Arbesser  — whose sleeves are dramatically arced, though you can’t see it in this photo — exemplifies Avent-deLeon’s interest in the intersection between modern, sculptural lines and a look that’s “really funky and eccentric,” she says. “Most women might think the sleeves are unflattering because they think about how clothing items accentuate parts of their body, whereas he just has fun with his shapes without paying as much attention to fit. I like that. I personally prefer to wear statement pieces.”
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This colorblocked shirt by Arthur Arbesser — whose sleeves are dramatically arced, though you can’t see it in this photo — exemplifies Avent-deLeon’s interest in the intersection between modern, sculptural lines and a look that’s “really funky and eccentric,” she says. “Most women might think the sleeves are unflattering because they think about how clothing items accentuate parts of their body, whereas he just has fun with his shapes without paying as much attention to fit. I like that. I personally prefer to wear statement pieces.”