The rebel's wardrobe : The untold story of menswear's renegade past
Edited by Bryan Szabo, Thomas Stege Bojer & gestalten
29 x 22.5 cm
Immersing readers in the world of men’s fashion, The Rebel's Wardrobe explores the surprising origins of our everyday staple items and how they became timeless classics.
From the plain white T-shirt developing into the everyday hero, to the leather jacket cementing its place as a global icon or the chino being originally produced for military purposes, this modern menswear lexicon uses fashion to look at pop culture over the last 100 years, making links between seemingly disparate groups from military to sports.
Join Denimhunters, the internet’s premier denim and heritage menswear experts as they take you through a beautiful archive and contemporary photography, showcasing the history of iconic men’s clothing.