Gone are the days when Hawaiian shirts were reserved for middle-aged dads on vacation. British online retailer ASOS is giving us just what we need for the warmer summer months: a fresh collection of bold-printed Hawaiian shirts—the latest installment in their ongoing collab with cult magazine It's Nice That. Five different artists were chosen to design graphics for these bad boys—Jonathan Zawada, Michael Willis, Mike Perry, Mario Hugo and FADER fam Hisham Bharoocha. Bharoocha, who lists his interests as "visual art, photography, music and creating work that showcases the absurdity and logic of how the mind functions," dreamt up a camo print remix in bursts of bright greens and purples. We usually approach the term "wearable art" with some wariness, but these looks are something we can easily get down with on or off the beach. Get one for yourself (or your dad) now over at ASOS.
March 28, 2012