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.”
— June 14, 2015
The 2006 artist documentary “Jack Smith And The Destruction Of Atlantis” was the foundation upon which James Long built his collection.
— January 11, 2015
The designer kept his beloved boxing references, but transported his sporty hoods, sweatshirts and wraps to a bohemian island vacation.
— June 17, 2014
The designer played with the concept of science fiction for his collection of futuristic streetwear.
— January 7, 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.
— June 18, 2013
The designer worked his knitwear into baseball jackets or pullovers embellished with designs made from tiny rubber tubes.
— February 20, 2013
The designer’s focus this season was the bomber jacket, which came in many guises.
— January 9, 2013
Alan Vega’s song “Kung Foo Cowboy” and the strict lines of the abacus were the reference points for this spartan collection.
— June 17, 2012
James Long’s models looked like futuristic rebel soldiers wearing pieces such as camouflage- printed Bermuda shorts.
— September 23, 2009