Gracing the stage at New York Fashion Week, the Libertine Spring/Summer 2014 menswear collection payed homage to the punk rock music genre. Clad in stamps and patches, the label's leather jackets and patterned suit sets donned the graphics of God Save the Queen, a single by legendary punk band the Sex Pistols.
Marrying metallic fabrics, colorful sequin textures and tailored silhouettes, the Libertine Spring/Summer 2014 runway presentation is a contemporary translation of the label's retro punk genre references. The cheeky collection combined rocker imagery along with cute crab-clad prints an lettered typography accents that stole the hearts of audience onlookers.
Cleaning up punk's gritty associations, this collection proves that rocker styling can be both fun and sophisticated when infused with sleek silhouettes and vivid accent details.
Suited Punk Rock Runways
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