The designer took inspiration from teen sub-cultures like skinheads and gangs for her collection that merged androgyny and street fashion — albeit with girly details. Pieces ran from boyish white shirts worn with ultra-low dropped waist jeans that exposed tartan boxers to glitter covered-blouses fastened at the front in a giant bow.

The designer took inspiration from teen sub-cultures like skinheads and gangs for her collection that merged androgyny and street fashion — albeit with girly details. Pieces ran from boyish white shirts worn with ultra-low dropped waist jeans that exposed tartan boxers to glitter covered-blouses fastened at the front in a giant bow.

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