Sadie Williams’ gang of biker chicks was actually more cute than intimidating. Inspired by Japanese Bosozoku gangs and motocross riders, the collection included a colorful boiler suit and tire-patterned tights.

Williams translated racing tracks into a jovial, abstract print that appeared on dresses and long-sleeve shirts, while a multicolored patchwork skirt had a checkered-flag pattern that also popped on a red and blue jacquard jacket and skirt combination.

The palette hinged on bold jewel tones — heightened with shots of shimmery Lurex yarn. Those colors spilled onto multicolored, jockey-style shirts and scarves.

By  on September 16, 2018

Sadie Williams’ gang of biker chicks was actually more cute than intimidating. Inspired by Japanese Bosozoku gangs and motocross riders, the collection included a colorful boiler suit and tire-patterned tights.

Williams translated racing tracks into a jovial, abstract print that appeared on dresses and long-sleeve shirts, while a multicolored patchwork skirt had a checkered-flag pattern that also popped on a red and blue jacquard jacket and skirt combination.

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