Celebrating the anti-establishment art movement in LA during the ’80s as well as experimental, irreverent youth, Katie Hillier and Luella Bartley at Marc by Marc Jacobs play with a mix of industrial and utilitarian fabrics. Cotton tees are matched with sweatshirts made of bubble-wrap tech organza, printed plastic, and rubber leggings, topped off with Fergus Purcell graphics and anti-establishment slogans. Pastel-coloured leather Chelsea boots shine matt like rubber, while accessories include the Donut clutch molded in plastic. Rave on.
Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring/ Summer ’15
Leather boots were made to look like rubber
Celebrating the experimental spirit of youth