'Anger Management' by Public Culture is the brand's ninth collection to-date and it features an eclectic presentation of punk-inspired fashion. The Jakarta-based streetwear label draws parallels between youth culture and the rebellious music movement through an "anarchic range of tees, pants, socks, shirts, and caps."
The punk-inspired fashion is edgy and daring, boasting bold messages and classic references through design. The graphic-heavy collection embodies the anger and hopes of youth culture. From the blatant protest against normcore with "I’ve Always Loved The Idea Of Not Being What People Expect Me To Be" t-shirt slogan to the iconic "The Kids Are Alright" that is attributed to The Who, the punk-inspired fashion definitely adds a strong nuance to the culture in Indonesia and beyond.
Photo Credits: Rubben Panggabean
Indonesian Punk-Inspired Fashion Capsules
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Unapologetic Chain Accessory Collections
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