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The designer channeled a mix of Seventies disco glamour and Nineties rave aesthetics into an energetic and…
Henry Holland channeled Seventies disco and punk rock into his colorful collection.
Despite the weighty issues at hand, Holland deployed his signature sense of fun and playful use of color to…
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Henry Holland's collection had vaping accessories and bright acidic neon colors.
Leave it to Henry Holland to transform a mundane day-to-day chore into a colorful and bold collection.
Henry Holland reimagined archetypal Nineties streetwear staples.
Henry Holland sent out a gang of "tomboy styled beach babes" as he called them, for spring.
The designer reimagined the British artist Albert Irvin's vivid prints and put a fun Anna Piaggi-style spin…
Designer Henry Holland called the collection his "love letter to America."
Henry Holland wove wild elements of gypsy culture into this fun collection.
Henry Holland's exuberant collection riffed on early Nineties ravers.
Holland was inspired by kids obsessed with Columbian music and street culture.
Henry Holland hangs out with enough party girls to know precisely what they want to wear when they're…
The collection was inspired by the 1998 film, "Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas".
Henry Holland mixed bold of Peruvian-inspired textiles with laid-back, street-inspired looks in his souped-up…
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