The name itself is a connotation of power, of individuality, and of freedom. Its actual meaning doesn’t deviate far from its implications: “power through art and celebration.” Rebel, in this case, is anything but resistance and anarchy. Instead, it is a creative liberation put out for the world to see, for individuals to exhibit as a representation of their inner feelings.
Rebel DNCE is a label whose collections illustrate and epitomize the fashion ideals of the younger generation; a bit of sophistication meets urban hip-hop. Each piece is a classic in its construction and color palette, with a hint of modernity in details and structure. Its current collection for Fall and Winter of 2008 has a set color palette of grays, blacks, and navy blues. All of which are a portrayal of the darker days of the season. It also embraces the current idea of grunge couture, showcasing loose fitted pants, tees, and sweaters. In essence, it is a juxtaposition of the what the culture of this generation of both New York City and Paris is all about: the philosophy of an effortless and edgy ensemble. And it is achieved to perfection, no doubt, with the creative efforts of the team behind the label
The most unique piece of the collection is the Heathered Silver Wool Fringe West. From afar, it seems to adopt the current shaggy wool trend in outerwear, but upon a closer look, the shaggy look is achieved by means of thick loops and strips of wool. Undeniably the greatest statement piece that any fashionista should own in her closet, its practicality in keeping the wearer warmth during the colder months whilst looking chic makes it a must-have. Paired with the simplest of outfits, a white long sleeved tee, skinny jeans, boots, and a few chains, it transforms a rather blah outfit into one of perfection.
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