CULT11AD FOR A MODISH COURSE!

Cult Collective Lick Tee MJ AND STUFFGuess who is back… Back again… Cult Collective is back… Back with yet another collection of enviably printed t-shirts, still demonstrating creative ways to correspond the brand’s eclectic ideologies and rebellious notions.

Reintroduced under the adaptive name –CULTT11AD, the awesome duo fashioned a range of protest tees some of which are roused by international political activist and fashion designer Katherine Hamnett. This newest assortment embody a strong concept of wardrobe staples’ influence to can be an valuable way able to convey a positive or even evocative message to those who cross the wearer’s path.

Cult Collective Peace Out Tee MJ AND STUFF

With this theme; CULT11AD invokes a wide array of deep-seated and globally troubling issues by contrasting their stance through neon bright slogans and logos printed on primary coloured t-shirts -such a rational intersection of a deservingly laudable brand and sentimental topics that concern all of us at one point or another.

As a gleeful follower of the label, I am excited for this collection, not only because it exemplifies Cult Collective’s stylish swing from the previous seasons (which I still adore), I love it for its ability to extend an innovative take on the general fashion industry’s often well thought-out course. And of course, directing the blinker-wearing few to follow suit. Looking good with conscience? I’m in!

‘Full moon evangelist’ tee shows a neon x-ray of a centaur. Each man is a particular belief system unto himself. And with each action and reaction he or she is practicing his or her own religion. As a society we need to be more tolerant of people’s beliefs.

‘Full moon evangelist’ tee shows a neon x-ray of a
centaur. Each man is a particular belief system unto
himself. And with each action and reaction he or she is
practicing his or her own religion. As a society we
need to be more tolerant of people’s beliefs.

The ‘Fame’ tee depicting the notorious event when Britney Spears shaved her head was stirred by an overheard conversation; a little girl telling her father she wanted to be famous when she grows up. "Famous for what?" asked her father. She didn't care what for. She just wanted to be famous. This tee epitomizes celebrity worship; we build them up to better tear them down.

The ‘Fame’ tee depicting the notorious event when
Britney Spears shaved her head was stirred by an
overheard conversation; a little girl telling her
father she wanted to be famous when she grows up.
“Famous for what?” asked her father. She didn’t care
what for. She just wanted to be famous. This tee
epitomizes celebrity worship; we build them up to
better tear them down.

No sympathy for apathy is another reflective message provoked when seeing the ‘CCCP’, ‘God save the queens’ slogans on this tee. The message to stand against homophobia and prejudice towards others is incited. It carries support for human rights in Russia and the rest of the world.

No sympathy for apathy is another reflective message
provoked when seeing the ‘CCCP’, ‘God save the queens’
slogans on this tee. The message to stand against
homophobia and prejudice towards others is incited. It carries support for human rights in Russia and the rest
of the world.

MJ AND STUFF Cult Collective Tees

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