Phillip Lim was somewhat inspired by the skater punk for his spring 2012 collection. Offering a line up of baggy shorts and shirts with an effortlessly boxy cut. There’s also a sporty casual wardrobe that is perfect for your every day life. Lim also uses the hang dye method to create an amazing effect–making the clothes pop even more. He uses it for a selection of shirts and pants.

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