This SOB Wants To Make Wardrobes Easy
Life is a complex matter. Trey Alligood hopes to make it just a little more simple. “Everyone is wearing black. I wanted to make it easy for people to get dressed,” he said.
But was Trey telling the whole story? One of the line’s pieces was made with lava fabric; a silver, metallic top with fissures in the cloth. Another piece is a sleeveless hoodie made with a white fleece. And yes, many of the line’s looks are based with a foundation of distressed black fabric. The line’s pieces are unisex, the colors are basically monochromatic. A guiding idea is that one can layer the line’s different pieces into multiple looks – and share the clothes with a partner.
About 10 percent of the proceeds from sales at the party – as well as sales for the run the SOB pop-up at Sene will go to OutRight Action International, a global organization advocating for LGBTIQ issues. The pop-up will run until Oct. 15.