The designer imagined a Native American biker gang hanging out in a trailer park — but in place of black leather or denim, there was lots of cotton in sun-bleached shades of peach, pink, sand and chambray. One shirt was crafted with three layers of blue muslin that had a distressed effect around the seams, while a bleached denim safari jacket was shredded to the point of destruction, and paired with similarly treated shorts. Embellishment came via appliquéd shapes such as flowers on jeans and coats, or mouths that were hand-painted onto T-shirts.

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