B-Side has a line of jewelry called 'Rights' that at first glance looks like a collection of prison-themed designs, with booking numbers written on them. However, the designs are actually the numbers of landmark Supreme Court cases.
The 'Rights' collection by B-Side features the case number of legalizing interracial marriage, protecting against discrimination by sexual orientation, women's right to vote, and desegregated schools.
Implications - Clothing and accessories with a message are on the rise for political enthusiasts as well as causes, charities and philanthropists worldwide. Fashion is growing as a communicative tool for important ideas and values, especially since it is widely seen in an everyday setting and thus, can act as a pop-up advertising campaign.
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