James Long’s collection was rooted in the motifs of the velodrome, and the attire worn by cyclists who take on the Hell Track. Lycra T-shirts printed with abstract cut-up images had plastic zips at the neck, while the panels on cycling shorts also popped up on wide jersey shirts. The collection featured rubberized denim for shorts and jackets, and embossed nylon for tops and baggy shorts. A menacing-looking leather jacket was also embossed to look like quilting. Stripes were a big story, appearing on those Lycra T-shirts, and on blue, black and white hoodies and sweaters, and hand woven through mesh bomber jackets.

James Long’s collection was rooted in the motifs of the velodrome, and the attire worn by cyclists who take on the Hell Track. Lycra T-shirts printed with abstract cut-up images had plastic zips at the neck, while the panels on cycling shorts also popped up on wide jersey shirts. The collection featured rubberized denim for shorts and jackets, and embossed nylon for tops and baggy shorts. A menacing-looking leather jacket was also embossed to look like quilting. Stripes were a big story, appearing on those Lycra T-shirts, and on blue, black and white hoodies and sweaters, and hand woven through mesh bomber jackets.

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