Chez André, an underground karaoke bar on the Bowery, was a fitting stage for Stefan Miljanic’s line of city warriors inspired by cult hits like “Blade Runner” and “Mad Max.” Models in chain-mail shirts swinging chains wore fitted leather biker jackets paired with skinny high-end Japanese denim and double-faced shirts in solids and muted plaids — the ultimate uniform of Gilded Age’s interpretation of a superhero in a futuristic world.

Chez André, an underground karaoke bar on the Bowery, was a fitting stage for Stefan Miljanic’s line of city warriors inspired by cult hits like “Blade Runner” and “Mad Max.” Models in chain-mail shirts swinging chains wore fitted leather biker jackets paired with skinny high-end Japanese denim and double-faced shirts in solids and muted plaids — the ultimate uniform of Gilded Age’s interpretation of a superhero in a futuristic world.

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