Released on: December 19, 8:00 am (EDT)
Industry: Apparel & Fashion
Buffalo, NY, December 19, 2016 – @Tamoraleejewelrt tamoralee.com Rebel Behavior presents #Rebellife headwear and graphic t-shirt collection 2019.
The collection is a collaboration of local artists and print shops from Buffalo NY, Florida, and Texas, the collection focuses on locality and made in America streetwear and accessories.
The collection includes Creative Artist/designer Tamora Lee( Buffalo/Brooklyn NY), graphic designer/videographer Sweg
The collection includes 4 Rebel Life hats, 13 Graphics t-shirts/hoodies, The collection producing right here in USA #Madeinamerica #madeinny #Madeinbuffalo #Madeinbuffalo, #madeintexas #madeinflorida, The collection is produced by one of the leaders based in high-quality on-demand printed garments and fashion accessories.
Artist Tamora Lee designs eco-friendly sustainable and also participate in streetwear collaborations that promote locally made men’s and women’s streetwear and accessories.
Her work challenges viewers to interpret new technologies, new worlds, new materials as well as that fantastic landscapes we can save by being more socially conscious no our choice methods in fashion production.
Tamoraleejewelry #Livetherebellife Projects and collaborations feature local artists, musicians, designers, suppliers, and models.
“The entire process of creating and later publicly presenting sustainable choices excites me; from the selection of materials to the methods used as well as to witnessing the awe people express when viewing the finished piece,” says Tamora Lee. “Everyone sees eco-friendly fashion as something different. People are enthralled with the unusual but inexplicably familiar ways they can not only look great but make social consciously choices”
Shop the Collections Nov 21 headwear and Dec 13 graphic Tee (we are doing preorders as well) please visit Tamoralee.com Our motto #Livetherebellife and Let us cater that accessory lover in you
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Current Musicians collaborations meet the artist Rebel ” Taiysha” http://www.taiysha.com
POP up shops in Brooklyn, Atlanta, Colorado, London, Germany 2019
On the runway
Fashion week SMALL BOUTIQUE FASHION WEEK PRESENTS REBEL BEHAVIOR https://youtu.be/AGtmOG7SGjg via @YouTube
Fashion Maniac Magazine From Buffalo to Brooklyn http://fashionmaniac.com/from-
Interview with Tamoralee on Time Warner
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