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Warren Lotas Uses Alchemist Miami as His Latest Canvas

Channeling Punk’s DIY ethos.

Warren Lotas may not have grown up during the Punk movement’s heyday in the ‘70s, but the up-and-coming designer is the perfect embodiment of Punk’s DIY ethos. Having started his eponymous line of hand-painted garments from the confines of his college dorm room, Lotas has made his mark on the streetwear scene by refashioning vintage flannel shirts, denim jackets, sweatshirts and jeans with elaborate yet sinister designs. The DIY designer recently headed down to Alchemist Miami to create one of his biggest projects to date. We caught up with him to check out the process and get a quick glimpse at his upcoming collection, which will also be available on HBX soon.

For more about the talented designer, check out our interview with Warren that explores his early inspirations and design ethos here.

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