The collection began with a white button-up paired with a leather biker jacket silver, which provides a clean, modern tone. Classic polo shirts were updated in black cotton sport zipper closures, so the summer staple felt less preppy and cool, especially when shown untucked, with a sharp pleated skirt. A number of pieces of lace geometric had a linear attractive similar, but still seemed very vaguely-brand with their tribal undercurrents.
The designer stuck to a palette of predominantly black and white, but mixed in occasional bursts of chartreuse and blue acid (found, for example, day dresses gave the impression that separates into layers). “I love the colors that come across as punk,” Lieberman said. Moreover, he revisited A.L.C. firms, including tailored suits, hoodies featuring ultra-luxury leather cases and cozy scarves they had a delicious texture teddy bear.
Meanwhile, a pair of low waist shorts Bermuda featuring a silk panel around the hips was making warm weather favorite pants for Fall ’14 Lieberman, imitating the look of boxers peeking out from under pants. “I was not willing to let go mainstream yet,” he laughed. Finishing things on a high note was a perfect bucket bag black leather (which also functions as a cross-body) large enough to contain all the essential elements of every day. Like clothes, offered pedigree with an edge. But more importantly, the bag was priced to sell at $ 795, “so it does not feel like it is costing the penalty of a month’s rent,” said Lieberman.