Religion is devoted to the pursuit of individual style; lyrical quotes, musical muses and british heritage have always been heavy influences behind each collection. Inspiration from london's east end and international street culture has been integral in shaping the brand's much loved signature.
- Origin: London, England
- Website: www.religionclothing.com
Established in the early 90’s, Religion firmly rooted itself to early club culture; when music was chemically inspired and beliefs were publicly expressed on statement Tees.
Initially developed as a niche T-Shirt range, Religion’s blend of anarchic graphics and commercial attributes has pushed the brand to the forefront of the fashion and media spotlight. It’s ‘No Fear’ policy of experimenting with design techniques, washes and trends has given the brand its diverse appeal: distressed garments with a Rock Star edge.
Today, Religion is dedicated to the pursuit of individual style with British music and design heritage always a heavy influence behind each collection. Inspiration from London’s East End and international street culture has been integral in shaping the brand’s much loved signature.
Over the last five years, Religion’s collections have expanded to include fragrances, bags and leather goods, jewelry and sunglasses. The brand stockists include some of the best known retailers globally.
ICONOCLAST & EVOCATIVE
Since rooting itself to early club culture in East London, Religion has built a strong design identity which is explicit throughout the collections. The handwriting runs through all the products, with the details of style changing season on season. So whilst there is a ‘Religion Look’, that look evolves seasonally: it is more a feeling or a mood than an identifiable set of designs. The brand therefore appeals to the portion of the population that can recognize and identify with this mood.
Religion’s innovative design strategy has made it a must have from fashion fanatics, creating a huge celebrity following from Agyness Dean, Rihanna and Rita Ora to must see front man Matt Bellamy, Labrinth and Michael Fassbender.