Punk Rock Clothing
Love punk rock clothing? We bring you punk rock clothing and jewelry out of the mosh pit and onto the runway. If you dig the take no shit attitude of loud concerts, long hair, s...Read more
Love punk rock clothing? We bring you punk rock clothing and jewelry out of the mosh pit and onto the runway. If you dig the take no shit attitude of loud concerts, long hair, sky high heels and leopard print tights, then our punk clothing section is for you. RebelsMarket curates the best punk rock apparel for women and men. Set yourself apart from the crowd through awesome punk rock clothing! If you would like suggestions or recommendations on some of the best punk outfits you can totally drop us a line, we are happy to sort you out dude.
Punk rock fashion hit the scene more than 35 years ago, rebelling against not only the perceived pretentiousness of mainstream music, but mainstream culture as a whole. The 1970s punk rock fashion movement was all about making a major statement in handmade clothing that spit on materialism. But over time, the fashion world was finding inspiration in the underground punk rock movement. So much so, in fact, that major fashion designers like Vivienne Westwood and Jean Paul Gaultier began using punk elements in their collections and fashion magazines began featuring punk-inspired hairstyles and clothing. Today, the appeal of punk rock clothes crosses over several music genres and types of personalities.
As an online, curated marketplace of unique, edgy products, RebelsMarket was founded in 2012 by a group of rebels that wanted to break free from the norm of boring mall-clothing stores. And today, we still value the importance of providing a quality place to shop so that guys and girls can shop punk rock styles with ease!
What you wear speaks volumes about who you are, what you’re about, and what you’re against! It’s all about stomping the pavement in the edgy and unique fashion that can only be found at RebelsMarket. Reading to shop new and trending punk rock items? Hey, ho! Let’s go!
Punk rock fashion as a genre began in the mid 1970s as a response to what musicians perceived as the "excesses" of mainstream rock music; and its during this period that punk rock fashion came to existence. Punk rock aimed to strip away all the trappings of rock music, leaving behind something that was raw and angry and emotional. In the wake of influential bands like the Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Ramones and Television, punk rock soon became a major cultural phenomenon, and it's influence is still seen today in many of our favorite bands. Punk Rock embraced anti-establishment views and a DIY ethos – punk clubs sprang up in old sheds and derelict warehouses across cities like London and New York, and fans began to assert a new style of dress – punk rock clothes and subculture became a cult of DIY, hard-edged clothing for hard-edged people. Spiked hair, bullets, rivets, safety pins and ripped jeans made punk fashion looks for men like the raging survivors of a musical apocalypse. The punk rock outfit trends gave way to faster styles such as hardcore, as well as a variety of different offshoots such as postpunk. In the 1990s, pop punk rock bands such as Green Day and The Offspring brought punk back into the limelight, with a crisper, cleaner, more melodic sound. Punk Rock remains one of the most influential alternative fashion subgenre and youth cultures which has influenced the fashion industry from clothing (dresses, tops, tshirts), jewelry(rings,necklaces) etc to accessories.