Guess 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.
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!