We never thought punk was a style but more a way to convey originality while voicing your distain for the modern ethos. Somehow, fashion has made it tangible, bringing the attitude, sense of rebellion and the yearning to break free of society’s norms into fall clothing and accessories.
We love what Michael Kors is doing with Jimmy Choo, taking it back from manufacturers while Coach’s identity crisis seems more palpable.
Although, some elements are cliche (more safety pin motifs..😩), some other brands have gone instellar to create cool vibes. Here is a list of a few brands who added a spin:
During Amsterdam fashion week, Ibileye designer, Sophia Bentoh combined Punk elements with her African roots creating mixed print clothing that somehow worked.
While Markus Lupfer combined sweet and preppy elements to punk as a nod to 70’s glam rock and a more modern preppy print of houndstooth rather than the overused plaid.
Below, Fenty by Puma adds street style vibes to a punk stable of plaid. What is yout punk inspiration for fall? #tfgpunkvip on instagram post and you could be featured on our blog!!!