In a collection titled “Hooligans Against Acid,” William Richard Green drew on the 1989 arrival of the rave scene in England for Fall/Winter 2012. Green looked to how the violent pastimes of football hooligans were replaced and calmed by drug-induced raves, with looks representing that change in ethos. Dressed in long, flowing tops, and paired with stunted bottoms, it’s clear that Green’s attention to detail is as good as it gets.

Source: Style Salvage

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