For his Spring/Summer 2014 presentation in London, Liverpool-born designer Christopher Shannon didn’t have to look very far for inspiration — the collection referenced the alluring, northern England club scene of his youth. To that end, there was neon, hair glitter, florals and everywhere, artificial fabrics like PVC and vinyl that alluded to clubgoers’ uniforms during the late ’90s. Despite the Day-Glo color palettes and sometimes tacky fabrication, however, silhouettes remained wearable for the most part, with many of the looks comprised of riffs on a shorts and shirt combo.
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