Fall/winter '18 designs by Libertine (263063)
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In New York, designer Johnson Hartig ups the ante in the fashion game by creatively immersing himself and those around him in a whimsical old school classics collection called “meet new school know-how.” Since 2001, Hartig, designer for Libertine, has used his signature graphics, beadwork and crystal designs to pave the way for the current embellishment craze.

For Libertine’s in-house designed prints, Hartig has referenced art, fashion, history, design, travel and culture, and his love for and work with rescue dogs. He is the founding force behind Libertine, the LA-based men’s and women’s ready-to-wear brand. The company is internationally recognized as a brand with a devoted cult following that extends from East Coast socialites to West Coast creatives and celebrities, including Mick Jagger, Taylor Swift, Cher, Katy Perry, Usher, Gwyneth Paltrow, Gwen Stefani and The Chainsmokers. Libertine has also cultivated collaborations with companies such as Damien Hirst, Goyard, Converse and Target. At their New York Fashion Week presentations, Libertine’s collection showed that the designer continues to revolutionize the way one thinks about textile design, embellishments and clothing itself.