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March 2013

Sons of Anarchy Clothes

Remember the brand Deth Killers? There’s talk now that the new Sons of Anarchy brand is picking up the mantle left by Deth Killers, worn by the likes of David Bowie.

Most have taken a butchers at the TV show. Now here’s a preview of the new sons of Anarchy clothing collection, including:

Sons of Anarchy mens washed, regular fit vintage worn patchwork finish denim jeans. Washed indigo denim with heavy fading and dark indigo patches with bleached spots. Various applique patches throughout. Heavily distressed edges and hems. Frayed scratched and heavily worn patches. Dirty finish overdye with hand staining. Faux stitch trim on front. Heavy whiskering at back of knees. Metal waistband button fly buttons and rivets. Regular fit five pocket. Black logo embossed leather patch on waistband.


Sons of Anarchy men’s white, larger fit short sleeve rock n roll cotton t shirt. Sons of Anarchy Rock n Roll skull and guitar print in black across chest. Fine rib crew neck, short sleeve. Turned back waist and sleeve cuffs with double stitched hems. Taped inner neck and shoulder seams.

Milano Grunge

Since Kitmeout coined the phrase “Milano Grunge” in 2006,, labeling the legendary Bob Geldorf as the archetype, the phrase has grown in popularity and has inspired and artistic following like the works by Federica Corbelli and Franzli.

Fashion personas a dated phenomenon?

Are fashion personas a dated phenomenon, Girogio Armani, Roberto Cavalli, Paul Smith, Vivienne Westwood, Yohji Yamamoto and so on… ? Has society move beyond worshipping the cult of the personality and up to a more profound level where style is held in higher regard than the hype generated around a single personality. Maybe the question is even, has the Internet helped fashion evolve from a monarchy (cult of personality) to a democracy?