1950's and 1960's silhouettes with East Indian fair. Creative director Johnson Hartig behind fashion brand Libertine was inspired by travels to India and 1960's Morocco. The men's and women's collection is full of prints, appliques, textures and colors. Models sported black knee-length frocks covered in gold, sapphire, and emerald beads, fluid tunics, tie-dyed cardigans, intarsia knit sweaters, shrunken track pants, sheer black dresses, oversize-houndstooth coats, tweed skirts, cashmere sweaters tartan dresses covered with beads, beaded forest green cardigans, shrunken printed jackets, metallic blue frocks, screen-printed tie-dye jeans, sweatpants, velvet silk pants printed with collaged images of Moroccan rugs. There was a touch of 1970's punk style, which was seen in mainly in the form of skulls (beaded on the back of men's blazers and women's tops and dresses), fur-collared swing coats and quilted silk shifts.