James Long played with the concept of science fiction for his collection of futuristic streetwear. Jacquarded denim, mesh and quilting were the stars of this refined narrative, with patterns of abstract shapes in primary hues. The quilting was executed in varying scales, worked into panels in zip-front, reversible bomber jackets or car coats, making a show of round necklines and curved raglan sleeves, with mesh playing tricks with light. The mesh appeared in sporty jogging pants, and layered over gray jersey for an optical effect, while the jacquarded denim mimicked the mesh pattern in washed or rubberized trousers, tops and jackets. Leather jackets featured geometric puzzle-piece patterns in red, yellow, black and blue on white.

James Long played with the concept of science fiction for his collection of futuristic streetwear. Jacquarded denim, mesh and quilting were the stars of this refined narrative, with patterns of abstract shapes in primary hues. The quilting was executed in varying scales, worked into panels in zip-front, reversible bomber jackets or car coats, making a show of round necklines and curved raglan sleeves, with mesh playing tricks with light. The mesh appeared in sporty jogging pants, and layered over gray jersey for an optical effect, while the jacquarded denim mimicked the mesh pattern in washed or rubberized trousers, tops and jackets. Leather jackets featured geometric puzzle-piece patterns in red, yellow, black and blue on white.

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