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FILM | Yang Li

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"Li sees his collection, dubbed Zero Hour, as an exercise in subtle rebellion. Classic shirts have been sliced down the back and stapled together with a single stitch; jacket sleeves lopped off; hem lengths dropped. “It’s this idea of the inner punk: In this day and age, it’s no longer shocking or intelligent to react with something deemed ‘shocking,’ ” Li says. “Rather than wearing a Metallica shirt or a biker jacket, to me it’s more punk if a young person wears a double-face garment or a T-shirt that’s cut open in the back, you know?

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