Turning out ordinary clothes season after season is how Jonny Johansson has achieved such success with Acne Studios. From cultural aspects, social anthropology and the way people presents themselves, using these themes as inspiration and motivation, Johansson has explores his fascination with teens who break way from stereotypes. The collection consisting elongated narrow silhouettes, graphic colours and grunge staples, the notion of tailoring is still highly evident behind all the fabrication. The Carletta Vest is a clear example, featuring a sleeveless look as the vest is long line with a button at centre front, behind the texture of the crinkly effect of the fabric, the garments dates back to the traditions of tailoring. Kate Moss was spotted wearing this incredible piece and of course pulling it off.   Not your average schoolyard, then came the Acne Hadlee Chunky Cardigan, obviously a uniform essential. The oversized cropped cardigan with a button up front not only is a school uniform essential but a wardrobe essential. Lily-Rose Depp has been spotted wearing this wool cardigan in a mimosa yellow as she battles the New York winter.   Jersey and stretch wear played a big role in the collection as Johansson introduces the use of the fabric in dresses and tops. From the Riia Top to the Nalani Dress and the Marisol Top, it is clear by now that comfort wont be an issue for these garments. The Riia Top is a sleeveless turtleneck top, who doesn’t need one for the winter? Being such a wardrobe essential, Tyra Banks has been constantly spotted sporting this easy wearable piece. The Nalani Tencel Dress is a long sleeve crewneck dress, finishing above the knee. As it is double layered in fabric it is assured that you will survive this winter. Not much of a dress person? Johansson has got you covered as he introduced the Marisol Tencil Top. The long sleeve crew neck top, a spin off the dress version, how could you go wrong? Despite the experimentation, the collection was still strong as ever.  

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