imitating christ art, performance, politics, social commentary , has always been more important than clothes, and is always disposable except for the slow-moving cotton thread that can be put into production. I’ve said it before, but it’s worth repeating that the IOC has disrupted the fashion system in ways that others are catching up (in terms of prioritizing sustainability) or imitating (in terms of presentation).
While self-funded Subkoff wants you to buy and wear an IOC, she also wants you to share its values. “The brand’s code of ethics is clear,” she said during a showroom appointment. “It’s very anti-consumerism and upcycling.”
In At the end of her spring 60 showed that shortly after Texas’ abortion ban was approved, a The model wore a Victorian wedding dress spray-painted with a red line running diagonally across her midsection. Subkoff described the gesture as a “peaceful protest and political act”. As you can imagine, she won’t be silent after Roy’s comeback against Wade.