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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

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