Junk De Luxe have released their latest spring/summer 2012 lookbook. The collection and styling has drawn inspiration from the wardrobe of the famous Spanish painter Pablo Picasso, as well as the 70s (slightly hippy) rock vintage look.
The new collection sees modern interpretations of the artist’s signature style of striped jerseys, boat neck jumpers and casual jackets, but also incorporates his passion for sartorial classics and casual pieces.
The range features everything you could possible want – from slim tailored trousers and suiting, to the summer mainstays of t-shirts, light knitwear and casual shorts. There is a focus on the famous Breton stripe throughout, which is featured on various pieces such as the t-shirts and sweaters.
The colour palette of the collection is made up of subdued neutral tones of greys, blues and creams with just an injection of reds and yellows every now and again.
One of our favourite outfits utilises an unconventional paring of a 70s inspired leather jacket with a Breton stripe tee and shorts. It manages to blend two completely different styles together – giving a rock look a nautical twist.
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