When it comes to a collection that includes a shirt stamped with the words "Tax The Rich More," there is no doubt that the Libertine Spring 2012 collection is one that will have people talking.
Full of screen printed designs with prints like graphic circles and stripes in black and white, adorning everything from jackets to dresses and even a speedo, the Libertine Spring 2012 presentation reminded the other brands at New York Fashion Week that runway shows could be fun. The models skipped down the catwalk, smiling, hugging each other and even carrying drinks.
Designer Johnson Hartig debuted the vintage looks from the 1920s to the 1970s, stamped with graphic prints for a unique aesthetic appeal. For a collection based around black-and-white styles, the Libertine Spring 2012 collection is unexpectedly fun and lighthearted.
Screen-Printed Monochromatic Styles
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