The new Rebel Yell collection has arrived at Karmaloop. If you are tired of trying to look effortlessly cute all the time, Rebel Yell has come to the rescue and will make your wardrobe playful, comfortable and all things vintage. Getting ready for the much-anticipated Spring, the label will remedy all of your fashion problems. The collection offers the basics: T-shirts, button-downs, raglans, hoodies and other clothing that are meticulously structured for optimal comfort and style. Conceived in February 2005 by Daniel and Andi Ballard, the label is heavily inspired by nostalgic childhood memories growing up in Virginia. Andi, the brand's designer, explains that "it's a name inspired by the rowdy all-American lifestyle we grew up in... I want Rebel Yell to be super-fresh and easy to wear. The kind of clothing that doesn't overpower you, but still makes you look damn good. I obsess about the fit and design details, and refuse to put out a product that Daniel and I wouldn't want to wear." The brand reflects the styles that the creators grew up with: relaxed, fresh and classic. Rebel Yell's future is looking very promising, as it continues to attract both men and women everywhere, as well as celebrities such as Reese Witherspoon, Lindsay Lohan, Mischa Barton and many others. Keep your style at ease with the 3/4 Sleeve Colorblock Tuni Hoody, the Yes, No Tee, the Skinny Pant, the Can't Touch This Tee, the NYC Tunic Hoody and the Original Gangsta Tee.
Check out the rest of the Rebel Yell collection here.
Karmaloop Boston's ( 160 Newbury Street ) grand opening party at Underbar on Thursday, November 17 2005 was dope!
Reebok was the chief sponsor of the event and Reebok folks were out in full force! Red Bull and Triple Five Soul were additional sponsors of the two fabulous VIP sections where many of their respective crews were nesting around the small tables laden with bottles.