18th century portraits, British punk and the queen at Libertines, statement New York Fashion Week show
18th century portraits, British punk and Queen motifs at the Libertine Spring Summer New York Fashion Week show
Anarchy was the main statement of the Libertines Spring / Summer 2017 collection at the Gallery at New York Fashion Week.
Undoubtedly a tribute to the 1970s punk movement, it was clearly one of the main themes, as designers Johnson Hartig draped his models in jackets with British flags and zip coats, while the Queen Elizabeth motif featured on cardigans and jackets.
Savory clashed with bright colors and bold prints in the tongue and cheek titled “We hate Everything” collection.
His outfits took a loud political stance with a Bob Marley hoodie and other notable figures, including artist Larry Gagosian, musician Paul Weller and Yves Saint Laurent muse Loulou de la Falaise’s portraits on white jacket ensembles.
Who does not want to go to the market with roses and a loaf of bread in an embellished carrier bag
Triple Threat: The guys backstage in various ensembles and fluffy rainbow slippers
Asked backstage by Pret-a-Porter if the political statements about the items were intentional, he replied, “It was very intentional”
“I’m just so frustrated that these are our two candidates, and no one is talking about the environment, and our world is overheating … It’s really a mess and no one is talking about it and it drives me out of my f *** in mind . ”
Detail: the Queen motifs and designer bags with a loaf of bread and flowers
Gorgeous Georgian: Models pose for the photographers backstage
Hartig launched his label in 2001 and continues to revolutionize the men’s and women’s ready-to-wear market on his own using graphic lighting combined with sublime screen-printing techniques and an avant-garde approach to deconstruction by personalizing recycled items to breathe new life. in designs from yesteryear.
The brand is based in Los Angeles and has a cult following ranging from Mick Jagger to Taylor Swift.
The Last Dance: High energy in the last walk as the models dance down the catwalk