How do you say Black-Marmalade?
For those of the live-and-let-live persuasion, the whole earth is a positive dichotomy. But here's one even the control-freaks will find easy to digest -...
For those of the live-and-let-live persuasion, the whole earth is a positive dichotomy. But here’s one even the control-freaks will find easy to digest – Kristin Palla gives the low-down on Bmar – her sweet fashion spread:
Black-Marmalade – aka Bmar – is a versatile and grin inducing design identity, and is making wearable stuff that’s more a testament than a fashion statement. Currently, the Black + White Collection is serving up stereotypes in a way that deconstructs them altogether, hand-in-hand with highly relatable mantras and iconic symbolism. Still, blaringly political it is not. Bmar executes the collection quite simply and lightheartedly because the world is grim and complicated enough already. My personal favorite is the “Un Dollar y un Sueño” tee (or sweatshirt). Think of it as a fresh spin on the Working Class Hero phrase Lennon made famous. It’s not too hard to imagine thousands of tattoo artists getting requests to ink the Spanish phrase on many a working-class back, wrist, or even forehead.