Rebel Girl: Reject Tradition With These Irreverent Designs
Style editor Elaina Sullivan's current cravings don't play by the rules.
Published Sep 20, 2017 2:45 PM
I named this curated collection “Rebel Girl” after Kathleen Hanna’s classic song. Hanna was a pioneer of the feminist punk riot grrrl movement, and is still a badass activist whose work is now more relevant than ever. I wanted to capture that spirit of female empowerment with these picks, which are inspired by the irreverent and rule-rejecting attitude of the underground punk scene and revived women’s movement.
Currently revolting against traditional bedding with these rose-tatted sheets, the latest from Raf Simons for Calvin Klein.
Clone Bedding by Calvin Klein, Macy’s, from $100
Street artist and collagist Judith Supine brings the party home with a cast of characters that you’ll never want to leave.
Eye of the Beholder Wallpaper, Flavor Paper, $200 per roll
Don’t take your seating too seriously. Rules are made to be broken.
9.5° Chair, Frama, $915
Form meets dysfunction in this abstract vessel. Brendan Timmins, Vessel
For the ladies and gentlemen who pierce everything, a bag irreverent enough to rock every day this fall.
Black Mini Pierce Bag, J.W. Anderson, $1,480
Debbie Harry in pillow form.
Heather Hair Pillow by For Reference, The Future Perfect, $2,800
A portrait of the punks of our generation.
Stranger at the Twin Peaks Party Print, Joanna Sullivan