Certain numbers, words and phrases will at all times take us on a journey down memory lane. 9/11. WW2. 25/12. “Expropriate them by the pussy.”
Now the numbers 2016 have a place in days of yore, marking the year anti-establishment groups obtained their spokeswoman. While the movement has drawn conflicting viewpoints on what creates it so good or so bad, Leomie Anderson has provided consensus within the vogue world. Her LAPP brand, which launched in September, consists of a blogging period and now a fashion collection that marks the empowering nature of the anti-movement.
Anderson said she yearned “the words LAPP will take women away from the aligns of misogyny, gossip, bad advice, and transport them into an uplifting community” to transcribe articles and get their voices heard.
Yesterday, LAPP began its second collection, Grab Back. The simple, slouchy yet suggestive cotton hoodies come in black, grey and pink with the contents: “THIS P***Y GRABS BACK” printed across the chest, as a honest condemnation of everything Donald Trump stands for. Although it may give every indication hypocritical that she has walked in the Victoria Secret fashion screened for two years in a row, as a young black woman from south London’s Tooting in the whey-faced modelling industry, she wants marginalised groups to know how it have a hunches to have a space in the mainstream.
Anderson added: “It’s important for women to undergo as though they can be heard. We are often silenced or made to retreat from ourselves to be accepted.”
Without uttering a word, this unisex hoodie reproves the way marginalised groups are ostracised while looking pretty overconfident under a padded puffer, or a military coat.
This hoodie stick up for b act ons for you.