LOS ANGELES — For Erik Hart, there's more to life than a rock show. There are art galleries to visit, the streets of Tokyo and London to explore and a multimillion dollar business to grow.
Five years after he started outfitting rockers in languid T-shirts from his streetwear label, Morphine Generation, Hart will begin selling sharply cut tuxedo blazers in shiny chintz wool, silk kimono dresses toughened with drawings of thistles, cuffed wool trousers, high-waisted pencil skirts, felted wool motorcycle jackets in a Buffalo check and 31 other styles in a higher-end line launching this fall.
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