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How To Wear Print For Now
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A culmination of ideas represented through a clashing of cliques and cultures, the latest from Youthquake 2.0 sees the arrival of the season's Liberation Prints.


Each hand painted using watercolour brushstrokes before being digitally printed, discover Polka Dot and Leopard.


Whilst Polka references a symbol of totality and wholeness, Leopard is an ode to the animalistic instincts revealed in the face of change.


See how we're styling the new favourites now.

The Rebellion Chunky Knit Jumper (Arriving May) and Liberation Midi Skirt

Nod to knitwear, in a walk on the wild side

Touted as the neutrals of the print world, wear leopard and spot for now with knits and hoodies in an effortless cool at home rendition.

Worn two ways, see muse Aleyna FitzGerald wear the Liberation Midi Skirt with both a black chunky knit and the hoodie in Aje favourite Camel. Staying at home never looked so good.

As hemlines rise, so do necklines. In the case of the Liberation Short in Polka Dot, Autumn's option is a cropped turtleneck in the softest of woollen blends.

The denim debate

Not for the faint of heart, Leopard always has and always will ring loud and proud. Designed with ornate ruffle detailing in an ode to the femme, we're pairing back the Liberation Frill Bib Blouse with cult denim for a result that's striking yet effortless to achieve.

In a look that speaks for itself, opt for all out spot with the Liberation Blouson Midi Dress.

Spot on

As you've never seen it before, find the signature Le Corsaire silhouette overhauled for Youthquake 2.0. In a design crafted from a fine silk linen blend, we love how the print appears both elegant and bold in equal doses.

Toughening up the billowing sleeves and airy silhouette, the cult leather mini makes this look effortlessly Aje.

Leaps and bounds, sometimes all you need is to go all out. Cover all bases in this easy yet chic piece we can't get enough of.

Muse: Aleyna FitzGerald @ Priscillas
Photographer: Tim Ashton
Styling: Rachael Fair and Ashton Eramya
Beauty: Isabella Schimid @ Assembly Agency
Hair: Julia Homard

Captured in Sydney, Australia

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