In the midst of America's much publicized political race, the Libertine Spring/Summer 2013 menswear collection shines a light on large logo and statement tees. These garments provide a social commentary on presidential candidates, poking fun at republican front runner Mitt Romney.
The streetwear line was shown during New York fashion week proving to boast both edgy and controversial designs. From paint-spattered suits and artfully sketched patterns to oversized political logo tees, this graphic runway presentation gives a voice to fashion.
The presentation featured impeccably tailored jackets and eye-catching prints as well as the brand's witty 'Don't Mitt Where You Eat' statement tees. The Libertine Spring/Summer 2013 collection stays true to its name, straying from the banal and daring to make a strong visual and social impact.
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