Flare of Rebellion for Mob Journal
The 1970s was an era of change, bringing freedom for many minority groups who fought for a voice in the political arena and used fashion to implement it. The style changed so much during the 70s that the body was hidden under voluminous shapes, which was in stark contrast to the acceptance of tight fitting clothes, animal print- deemed fashionable in later years.
Fast forward 50 years later, with this photo essay, I wanted to explore how the 70s, this industrial boom of fashion, would look today while adding a flare of rebellion. With leather, animal print and natural hair as highlights.
Model - Angela Hill (@_neavera)
Creative Direction - Angela Hill & Alfield Reeves
Stylist - Madison Albert (@stylewithmads)
Stylist Assistant - Aisha Cummings (@purplereignthrift)
Photographer - Alfield Reeves (@alfieldreevesphotography)
Photographer Assistant & BTS Photographer - Alee’a Cherry (@aleeacherry_photography)
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