Michael Bastian took Jack Kerouac’s “On the Road” and the road movie “My Own Private Idaho” as inspiration to create a diverse cast of travelers. The cheerfully preppy wardrobe Bastian is known for ceded by varying degrees to a Nineties grunge look more befitting a sexy drifter, though the designer steered clear of the stories’ dark themes of drug use and prostitution. Camouflage pieces, hunting garb and alpine accents added a strong outdoor flavor to the collection, which was extensively merchandised as always.

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