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2016-05-26

Anderne Eyewear SS2016 Collection @ Punk Is Alive!

  
Anderne, an eyewear brand from Germany SS2016 punk inspired sunglasses collection attempts to unfold the legends of punk rock. Specially designed with metal stud details and unstoppable shocking colors, each pair of sunglasses is named after a punk rock hit, such as Holiday in the Sun by Sex Pistols, Complete Control by The Clash and Horror Business by Misfits. Made of acetate, paired with mirror and matte lenses, the SUN collection carries a spot-on punk attitude, a non-conformist character and a rockstar look for punk rock fashion lovers.


Holiday In The Sun 
Holidays In The Sun was made by English band the Sex Pistols in 1970s, inspired by a trip to the Channel Island of Jersey. Available in various colors: Shocking Pink, Black+Red and White+Black. Complete Control Complete Control was made by American band The Clash, who then rebelled the band manager’s control to the group. Available in various colors: Shocking Pink, Black+Gold and Black+Silver. 

Horror Business 
Horror Business was made by horror-punk band Misfits, mixing Gothic and punk rock sounds with morbid imagery. The band's iconic “skull” logo and “studs” style became a staple in their career that influenced the pop culture. Horror Business, given a super dangerous and super cool look, is available in various colors: Shocking Pink, Black+Gold and Black+Silver.


Lost in Stereo
 Lost in Stereo was made by American pop-punk band All Time Low who created fusion music genre that combined elements of punk rock with pop music in varying degrees. Available in various colors: Black+Gold, Black+Red, Shocking Pink and White+Black. 

My Favorite Things 
The punk version’s My Favorite Things was popular in 1990s. It contained many elements of mash-up - more specifically, musical allusions to punk or power-pop songs or "proto-punk." Smash It Up Smash It Up, a song by UK punk band The Damned, was banned from BBC Radio for its perceived anarchic lyrics. Available in various colors: Black+Gold, Black+Red, Tortoise.


My Favorite Things
The punk version's My favorite Things was popular in 1990s. It contained many elements of mash-up more specifically, musical illusions to punk or power-pop songs or "proto-punk."

Smash It Up
A song by UK punk band The Damned, was banned from BBC Radio fro its perceived anarchic lyrics. Available in various colors: Black+Gold, Black+red, Tortoise.


Straight Edge 
Straight Edge by hardcore punk band Minor Threat was an inspiration for a punk subculture. Available in various colors: Black+Gold, Black+Red, Tortoise.