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Military details, Eighties skinheads and Nineties raver influences are some of the key elements invigorating the bomber jacket this season. Thanks to these references, the ultimate outerwear piece continues to maintain its status as one statement of rebel youth.

PICTURED ABOVE, FROM LEFT: Perks and Mini’s nylon jacket, White Mountaineering’s cotton shirt, Everlane’s nylon jacket on waist and Rag & Bone’s cotton pants. Kris Van Assche’s nylon jacket, Kenzo’s cotton shirt, Burberry Brit’s nylon jacket on waist and Acne Studios’ cotton denim jeans. Louis Vuitton’s silk and wool jacket, Christopher Kane’s cotton shirt, Burberry Prorsum cotton tank top, Loewe’s leather jacket on waist and Seven For All Mankind’s cotton denim jeans. Topman’s nylon jacket, Giorgio Armani’s cotton shirt, Calvin Klein’s cotton tank top and Versace’s wool pants.

This story first appeared in the November 20, 2014 issue of WWD.  Subscribe Today.

MODELS: ROBBIE AND REID AT FUSION, NOAH AND JORDY AT NY MODELS; GROOMING BY MARTIN CHRISTOPHER-HARPER AT PLATFORM-NYC USING BUMBLE AND BUMBLE; FASHION ASSISTANTS: LUIS CAMPUZANO AND FREDERICK MARFIL

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