James Long Men's RTW Spring 2016

James Long Men’s RTW Spring 2016

James Long said his young and fun collection evoked people who dress outrageously and think they’re blending in to the crowd, “but really they never do.”

James Long RTW Men's RTW Fall 2015

James Long Men’s RTW Fall 2015

The 2006 artist documentary “Jack Smith And The Destruction Of Atlantis” was the foundation upon which James Long built his collection.

James Long Men's RTW Spring 2015

James Long Men’s Spring 2015

The designer kept his beloved boxing references, but transported his sporty hoods, sweatshirts and wraps to a bohemian island vacation.

James Long Men's RTW Fall 2014

James Long Men’s RTW Fall 2014

The designer played with the concept of science fiction for his collection of futuristic streetwear.

James Long Men's RTW Spring 2014

James Long Men’s RTW Spring 2014

James Long’s collection was rooted in the motifs of the velodrome, and the attire worn by cyclists who take on the Hell Track.

James Long RTW Fall 2013

James Long RTW Fall 2013

The designer worked his knitwear into baseball jackets or pullovers embellished with designs made from tiny rubber tubes.

James Long Men's RTW Fall 2013

James Long Men’s RTW Fall 2013

The designer’s focus this season was the bomber jacket, which came in many guises.

James Long Men's RTW Spring 2013

James Long Men’s RTW Spring 2013

Alan Vega’s song “Kung Foo Cowboy” and the strict lines of the abacus were the reference points for this spartan collection.

James Long RTW Spring 2010

James Long RTW Spring 2010

James Long’s models looked like futuristic rebel soldiers wearing pieces such as camouflage- printed Bermuda shorts.