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With a unique outlook on modern fashion, Canadian designer Josh Reim presents his arrangements for Spring/Summer 2014 in the form of a new lookbook. The brand, interestingly, decided to dig deep into yearbooks past for this particular collection, which is named “Esoterism.” Striving to flip the mattress on modern fashion standards, Reim drew inspiration from “odd boy” looks of generations past, cuing tapered running pants, horizontal striped shirts and elongated T-shirts in a relatively neutral color palette. Enjoy a look through Reim’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection, arriving at retailers in the coming months.

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