The year was 1925. Following the exhaustion from the First World War, France had set plans in motion to host another world’s fair. The International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts was going to show the world that postwar Paris was ready to introduce the world to the next artistic trends in an emerging international style, later referred to as Art Deco. The new style highlighted modern decorative arts that would be heavily replicated for decades to come. This hoodie features a front graphic inspired by the original exhibition poster, renamed to The Diskko Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts. The center illustration features a jazz-age flapper designed by artist and architecture student Charles Raimondo.