Entitled "At the End of the World to the Left", the Julian Zigerli Spring/Summer 2014 collection graced the runway stage during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Berlin. The technicolored menswear line was conceived through the designer's collaboration with Berlin based visual artist Katharina Grosse.
Grosse's vivid and painterly prints adorned the designer's comfortable garments. Exuding a youthful and effortlessly cool air, models walked the runway in seemingly disheveled ensembles and sported loose layers and oversized silhouettes.
These garment combinations from the Julian Zigerli Spring/Summer 2014 collection were paired with wet-hair looks that payed tribute to a carefree surfer dude aesthetic. This aesthetic has always been associated with both an effortlessly cool sense of style that is infused with comfort for its wearer.
Disheveled Surfer Attire
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Couture Beach Bum Captures
Dapper Skater Campaigns
Edgy West Coast Ensembles
Vibrant Surfer Sunnies
Sophisticated Bohemian Beachwear
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