From The Fashion Underground

Subversion, liberation or sinking into a mass of black and grey. Kiss The FROG and the Eight Limbs of Yoga, a Manifest of sorts
It’s only rock’n roll print on long sleeve, worn printing

It’s only rock’n roll print on long sleeve, worn printing

We always make a statement when we dress, consciously or or not. Do we want to show ourselves, state what tribe we belong to, dressed for success or not to wanting to be seen, sinking into a mass of I don’t have time, money or I don’t care at all. As the inside so the outside, everything is an expression of our relationship to ourselves just as much as our relationship to everyone else. As long as one woman is not treated equally, can’t get an education or is sexually harassed or mutilated, WE ARE FEMINISTS.

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It takes courage to be just a bit stylish or to fully state: look at me, here I am, I am taking care about what I express. How you dress can be a great conversation starter, it can indeed attract people to you. Here I am, I am irresistibly charming. You can express your individuality or you can show that you are part of a tribe.

Angie Weihs in custom Rebelle denim jacket and coffe mug

Angie Weihs in custom Rebelle denim jacket and coffe mug

…and her custom Rebelle jeans

…and her custom Rebelle jeans

No matter what, there are fewer and fewer places where we can run around freely in the buff, so most of the time we have to throw on something or we can dress with consciousness going for high vibes. All new things come from the street up, from the fashion underground, which we are. We like to express the JOY in our lives, and to create more joy.

JOY T The name of the model is Joy and that’s the truth

JOY T The name of the model is Joy and that’s the truth

Counter-cultural fashion has been marked by its ability to uncover taboo practices and mess with normative gender or class coding, in a sense bringing taboo practices like sad-masochism and explicit nudity, or the infusion of working class designs, to the surface of clothing.”
— Gil Allison, ‘Deconstruction Fashion: the making of unfinished, decomposing and re-assembled clothes’, Fashion Theory (March 1998) vol.1,p.33.
DRAW YOUR BRAKES BROTHER – HONOR THE DIVINE FEMININE on denim jeans

DRAW YOUR BRAKES BROTHER – HONOR THE DIVINE FEMININE on denim jeans