I always look forward to Libertine each season to see what fun, quirky items I might want to nab from creators Johnson Hartig and Cindy Greene. Crafted for a particular rock-and-roll-loving culture (at least in my head), the show is always a party and the collection always has something I desire.
This season looked like a granny’s grab bag of vintage frocks, eclectically mixed with incredible feathered hats, gigantic glittery jewelry and fantastic accessories (the handbags that look like tiny houses remind me of kitchy garage sale items that I love to grab.) The gals looked like they’d been playing dress up in the world’s most fabulous attic trunk. The gents were dressed in Libertine’s stylish suiting and separates but with a touch of sparkle themselves and touches that made it look like they’d doctored very stylish suits with more youthful touches: patches, crystal skulls emblazoned on the back.
It’s the youthful spirit of Libertine that keeps me coming back (and wanting to purchase dresses and accessories from the line.) Enjoy some snaps taken at the presentation. I think you’ll enjoy it as much as the models did.
All photos in this post were taken with the Nikon D-3200 camera, which is featured as part of my New York Fashion Week partnership with Target. To learn more about this camera, head to Target.com or your local Target store for high-performance electronics at an incredible price.