50s Outcast Styles, From Greaser Hair to Leather Looks

By: Vittoria Natarelli - Published:   Updated: Jun 23 2011
From haircuts to clothing, rebel fashion is in. Agyness Deyn shocked the fashion world when she cut and styled her hair in a rebellious short spiky creation, quickly making her one of the most well-known models. Magazine editorials featured black makeup and leather jackets to channel 50s-era badasses.

See some of our favorite rebel fashion looks below, from retro greaser outfits to rebellious tees for men and women.

Implications - The corporate world is a dominating force in current society, and not all consumers are happy about this development. Products that feed this desire to rebel are attractive to many buyers. Businesses should consider designing products with a sense of defiance in order to appeal to these consumers.