If you don a rebellious style, the likelihood is you will already be aware of Religion. However, for those of you not in the know, Religion is the go to brand for those who want to add some modern anarchic influence into their wardrobe. Working consistently within a classic palette of grey, black and stone enables the brand to deliver both statement and neutral pieces. This season is no different.
Having placed their own stamp on spring/summer 2012 fashion, the brand has focused on intelligent layering and edgy detailing. Alternative shapes and cutting techniques sees oversized tops and dropped crotch bottoms appear consistently throughout the collection. True originality comes in the form of transparent sleeveless waterfall cardigans and experimental outerwear. Recognition of current trends is displayed through rolled up bottoms and bold print shorts and tees.
A stand out piece is the washed grey overlap knit. With a dropped cowl neck, creative fastening technique and quirky cut this piece is both stylish and forward in its design and shape.
Although similarities may be made to high street favourite AllSaints, Religion still maintains its own look and style. An original direction along with creative designs sees the brand remain as identifiable and relevant as it’s always been.