I was very recently introduced to Terrible Movement, an ethical fashion label that I had never come across before, but one that I will most definitely be keeping an eye on from now on.
Terrible Movement have just released an editorial Look Book ‘Avant Garde The Time For That’.
The editorial exhibits their AW13 collection, with a dark and edgy vibe which endorses the same kind of feel as the collection itself. With blogging for Talk Casuals and contributing for The Unisex Mode, its no secret that I love a collection with a masculine cut and style. I am a sucker for a brand like this one; a brand who, like myself, take a relaxed stance on gender-blurring fashion. This collection proves quite rightly that less really is more.
As well as the collection itself, I love the story behind Terrible Movement. They pride themselves on "Guilt & Sweatshop-free" clothing, providing limited edition, super-ethical and stylish screen printed tees. I am also pretty mesmerised by aesthetics of this editorial. It's eerie and almost bewitching. It was shot on analog film on a old University Campus in the Mitte District of Berlin, photographed by Berlin based photographer Alexandra Waespi.
Terrible Movement have also bewitched the likes of Cara Delevigne and some other high profile admirers.
I'm looking forward to seeing more from Terrible Movement in the near future, and so should you.
Keep an eye on their website for updates, and take advantage of their free worldwide shipping and right now you can get 10% off with the promo code "TERRIBLEWEEN10".
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