Militaristic Streetwear


Cargo pants, camouflage-inspired graphic prints, and hefty backpacks are just a few items for which Christopher Raeburn has become known. Earlier this week during LC:M, the streetwear designer debuted his spring/summer 2016 collection, which included many of the same silhouettes but with added ornamentation and experimental design. Cork was incorporated into mesh backpacks; a widely woven, gaping t-shirt exposed plenty of skin (and nipples); there was even a sarong. A map of the world adorned two shirts, while variations of squiggling camo was printed on or woven into garments throughout.