For his lineup of standard reworked vintage duds, Johnson Hartig went against the current colorful moment, opting instead for graphic prints in black and white. He even got political with a tongue-in-cheek T-shirt and skirt printed with the phrase “Tax the rich more.” Much of what makes these clothes appealing is their playful spirit. Take, for example, the simple cardigan, skirt and coat that were transformed to hip effect with contrasting circle and stripe prints, and the long-sleeve, pleated minidress that was splattered with cute x’s and o’s.

For his lineup of standard reworked vintage duds, Johnson Hartig went against the current colorful moment, opting instead for graphic prints in black and white. He even got political with a tongue-in-cheek T-shirt and skirt printed with the phrase “Tax the rich more.” Much of what makes these clothes appealing is their playful spirit. Take, for example, the simple cardigan, skirt and coat that were transformed to hip effect with contrasting circle and stripe prints, and the long-sleeve, pleated minidress that was splattered with cute x’s and o’s.

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