These snaps from the Daniel Palillo Spring/Summer 2010 'Renaissance' collection reveal that punk fashion, skulls and cutouts aren't going anywhere. With an understated palette of nude, black and white, this series shows that you don't need bright colors to make a style statement.
Just for fun, check out the fourth image from the Daniel Palillo Spring/Summer 2010 collection above for a little 'Exorcist' action. Nice!
Implications - The last few years have seen the hipster subculture move towards the mainstream and become an influence in fashion designs. One of the best ways a company or brand can capitalize on this movement is by clothing that is traditional, but has hipster influence. By maintaining a sense of tradition, the brand does not become a part of the fad.
Skulls, Spikes & Cutouts
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Hipster Punk Fashion
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