Something was in the air this season, and it smelled like teen spirit, as the ‘Seattle Sound’ that became the soundtrack to a generation of angst-ridden teens, once again resonates with a co-hort of youths seeking to break away from the norm. The aesthetic has cleaned up its act since its days of frayed denim and faded T-shirts, but designers still opted to retain its thrifted roots. Less dishevelled and more effortless cool, multiple layers were worn long-over-long with flannel plaids, graphic logo tees, and DIY knitwear topped off with plush shearling outerwear. R13 kept it true to spirit. Dsquared2 embraced it. Givenchy owned the Grunge-Goth look.
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