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The Daniel Palillo Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook Revisits Adolescence

Inspired by the idea of a short work day, the Daniel Palillo Spring/Summer 2014 collection catalog unites slackers with its youthful and pyjama-inspired garments.

Combining oversized silhouettes, 90s-themed plaids and logo tops that read 'I hate my job', this effortlessly edgy menswear line embodies a strong grunge sensibility and encourages its wearer to wear pyjamas to work. Exuding a rebellious attitude, the Daniel Palillo Spring/Summer 2014 collection touches upon the designer's signature aesthetic with repeated themes of campy skull and alien imagery that is seen on t-shirt and sweater graphics.

With a name like 'Me Against the World', this menswear collection encourages self expression through one's clothing and urges its wearers to stay cool and to never give in to the boundaries set on them by society.