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Known for his colorful designs and bold motifs, Los Angeles-based designer Johnson Hartig injected a bit of a punk aesthetic into the latest Libertine menswear for Spring/Summer 2014. Nods to the Sex Pistols are prevalent throughout thanks to the appearance of the pioneering band’s God Save the Queen artwork, punctuated by baggy cutoff shorts and a variety of multicolored and metallic all-over designs across suiting, sweaters and tees.

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