Danish designer Asger Juel Larsen ignited the alluring darkness that came from this season's collection entitled "We live", where electric night skies and intense shadows from the sun played their part in an intoxicating twist. Fusing the two extremes together, and showing a kaleidoscopic maze of dimensions to the seasonal traditions. Ice white leopard print swarmed the shorts, like an animal energy that managed to fight through an Arctic Winter. Coats and shorts looked like a melted fire sky, as if stars and planets had blurred their way into the sun's exposure. And thunder and lightning were captured into these designs. Gritty brown material looked like a patchwork of the desert that had been bullied and weathered by the heat into rustic treasure remains. Sleeveless jackets consistently showed up on the scene, stitched with badges and logos that epitomized a travelling punk who's tasting the bohemian scene. The collection invested in the radical imagination of AJL's teenage years, offering an unconventional sense of adventure. American bikers, 60s mods and horror films all collaged together to bring these comic book fantasies to patchwork life. Free spirit was given a tough injection and twist in this instant, encouraging people to explore their space through their clothes and pick up inspiration on their way. There also was a working man machinery to the collection, adding something industrial and unexpected to the aesthetics. After all, work doesn't come to a complete standstill when the sun comes out to play. The asymmetric zips added an air of toughness, and the skinny fit suits could be interpreted as straight jackets that anyone would want to be trapped in. The postman shorts looked concrete, and the zips were the chunkiest black imaginable. Sheer was an ever prominent material that draped the designer's world, and this time around it sparked into ghostly Gothic hoodies, jumpers and shirts that looked like faded shadows. The coats gloriously fell down to the knees, allowing the shorts to tease out to give Summer that air of mystery still. Not one to fall into sync with the stripped down layers and simplicity that governed this season, Asger Juel Larsen executed a marriage of darkness and romance that was easy to fall unconventionally in love with. The main logo was associated with fragile bones and tattoos throughout the collection. Staying true to AJL's punk route and rebellion, this loud print was used to pop out a retro 90s London vibe in the newly appointed diffusion line . 'East 17' style beanies, jagged sleeveless tops and the electric leopard-printed pieces all sported bones, and with platform shoes (in collaboration with Dico Copenhagen), it took the party monster out from the dark basement clubs into the sun. It was a wonderfully accessible collection, young to the bone and a true interpretation of punk, encouraging everyone to adopt adventure and attitude into their everyday silhouette and aesthetics.