Since its start Religion has devoted its efforts to the pursuit of individual style, making products that don’t just look really good but also ensure that you stand out from the crowd. Starting out with statement T-shirts, bold prints, experimental washes and distressed fabrics, Religion’s creativity stemmed from the music icons, quoted lyrics and world street style around at the time. London’s club culture was also a major influence on what they produced, focused on creating clothing that the ravers of the 90s would want to wear. These defining points of the brand continue through to their recent collections, alongside the introduction of more tailored pieces, premium knitwear, outerwear and accessories included within Religion’s innovative design strategy.
History of Religion
Born out of late 80’s music culture and rebellious attitudes, Religion started its production in 1990. There were very few who had any kind of resemblance to Religion, paving the way for Religion to not only become a cult label but also a successful one. Producing menswear and womenswear over the years, Religion has very rarely diverted from their original look and continues to produce clothes that are warmly welcomed in eccentric East London.
Products from Religion
The majority of their clothing comes in black, white or shades of grey so it’s the go to brand for guys who prefer the monochrome look. Their sweatshirts, T-shirts and jeans all play a relevant role when it comes to the simple colours. This also applies to their trainers, designed with smooth, croc effect and other style leathers; the colours don’t stray from black or white. Most versions of their trainers come in high, mid and low styles. Religion also deliver great graphic t-shirts what imposes great character, offering a fantastic option for anyone wanting a fantastically creative and artistic t-shirt.