Tagged underFestival 19
25th July 2019
While decades pass and memories of the summer of love slowly dissolve in time, the core values of self-expression, love, music and freedom remain en-grained in our modern festival spirit.
While decades pass and memories of the summer of love slowly dissolve in time, the core values of self-expression, love, music and freedom remain engrained in our modern festival spirit, as does the fashion that sprung from them throughout those transformative years.
The late 60’s and early 70’s were a time of revolutionary ideologies, progressive thought and eccentric artists who, with microphone in hand, shared them with the world so eloquently at these monumental gatherings.
Wrangler’s mission is to ensure this culture lives on, transcending the trends, never forgotten, through our latest range inspired by the festival looks of an iconic era gone by.
Think nostalgic tones, unisex designs, tie-dye and DIY elements. Psychedelic prints and floral designs align in appreciation of Mother Nature and the experimental scene. Don’t forget that ultra-loved denim, tough enough to survive multiple days in a field, or a full-scale rage against the establishment.
Sabine wears the Heartbreaker Jumpsuit in Red
A C K N O W L E D G E M E N T S
Photographer: Carly Brown
Hair & Makeup: Phoebe Barrett
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