New York City retailer Extra Butter and Reebok's latest 'Dear Downtown' capsule celebrates the 1980s in Downtown Manhattan with a grungy and raw street culture fashion editorial. From the anger and activism of punk and the unapologetic presence of hip hop, to graffiti culture and the vibrancy of pop art, the photo shoot is heavily influenced by the various influential music and art movements during the decade.
The Reebok x Extra Butter collaboration highlights pieces like the Reebok Workout Plus silhouette, composed of a distressed black denim upper, as well as shirts and hoodies that pay homage to some of the 1980s most iconic names— Andy Warhol, Jeam-Michael Basquiat, Patti Smith and more. In the end, the street culture fashion photo shoot most definitely brings back the grungy and artful spirit of the decade.
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Unapologetic Punk Fashion Designs
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Reebok and Extra Butter Pay Homage to 80s Downtown Manhattan
- By: Kalina NedelchevaFeb 20, 2018