In my boyfriend's clothes // part two

Married to the MOB (MOST OFFICIAL BITCH)

Married to the MOB is at the intersection of feminine and feminist. The owner Leah McSweeney responds to the exclusion of girls in streetwear with the creation of MOB in 2004. The brand streamlined by cultural references, MOB  was only about t-shirts to becoming a fully fledged lifestyle brand, that is unapologetic. When you think Rihanna meets Nicki Minaj & Beyonce in Feeling Myself . That is what MOB is about. 

   

 

 

  Now looking at another female streetwear brand Dimepiece an international style source and lifestyle brand that unequivocally encourages charismatic street style and unapologetic boldness in women’s apparel. Founded in 2007 in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles Fashion District, co-creators Ashley Jones and Laura Fama’s charismatic vision quickly transformed into the go-to brand for girl power and urban silhouettes among international trendsetters. Dimepiece pays homage to the city it was born in; personifying street wear’s objectified attitude, and its legacy of resistance, as well as providing an influential voice for women’s evolving role in society. Dimepiece venerates the fresh space Los Angeles provides for their global youth, alongside its ungentrified neighborhoods that keep Los Angeles street culture alive and authentic. (source dimepiece.com) 

 

Now looking at another female streetwear brand Dimepiece an international style source and lifestyle brand that unequivocally encourages charismatic street style and unapologetic boldness in women’s apparel. Founded in 2007 in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles Fashion District, co-creators Ashley Jones and Laura Fama’s charismatic vision quickly transformed into the go-to brand for girl power and urban silhouettes among international trendsetters. Dimepiece pays homage to the city it was born in; personifying street wear’s objectified attitude, and its legacy of resistance, as well as providing an influential voice for women’s evolving role in society. Dimepiece venerates the fresh space Los Angeles provides for their global youth, alongside its ungentrified neighborhoods that keep Los Angeles street culture alive and authentic. (source dimepiece.com) 

  What these brands are doing for women and the whole entirety of fashion/ streetwear is something that should be looked at closely. Bringing it back home the streets of Braam are filled with girls who look like they are from the lookbook of these brands. And it is something exciting to see women moving forward and not letting model like magazines dictate what they should look like. 

 

What these brands are doing for women and the whole entirety of fashion/ streetwear is something that should be looked at closely. Bringing it back home the streets of Braam are filled with girls who look like they are from the lookbook of these brands. And it is something exciting to see women moving forward and not letting model like magazines dictate what they should look like.