Junk Food collabed with Gabbriette and some pieces are embroidered with her tats
Savage x Fenty model and photographer, Gabbriette Bechtel, has officially collabed with clothing brand, Junk Food, for the perfect collection of funky basics.Â
Trust us, you can rock these tees forever.
The Junk Food team celebrated the launch of Gabbriette’s capsule collection with launchÂ with a party and photo show at TeesÂ + JeansÂ in Los Angeles.
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The night includedÂ performances by Lucas Bin and Frank(ie).Â Guests were also treated to a limited edition zine which included photographs by Gabbriette and art by Davidenth.
The collectionÂ consists of bodysuits, print tops, and accessories bearing a cheetah print. Some of Bechtelâ€™s photography is even used as graphics on some of the tees, and a few of her tattoos are embroidered as overlays on some pieces.
We were lucky enough to sit down with Gabbriette to talk about the collection, rock n roll, and what’s next for her. Check out the exclusive interview below!
How would you describe your personal style?
An organized mess. Iâ€™m a different person every day and my closet reflects that.
What is rock n roll to you?
Not taking anyoneâ€™s shit, sticking to what you know, and love, if itâ€™s important to you.
How did this collection come about what was the inspiration behind it?
I originally shot the lookbook for Junk Food F/W 18 collection and from there we decided to collaborate on this small collection! We were inspired by pieces from my closet that Iâ€™ve worn to death â€“ tees and specific patterns.
I wanted to create shirts that any of my friends could wear and have forever. Junk Food’s original t-shirts are classic already so it wasnâ€™t a hard task.
What song do you have on repeat at the moment
“My Cherie Amour,” by Stevie Wonder.
You used a lot of your friends in this collection â€“ what does friendship mean to you?
My friends are my family. Iâ€™m inspired by each of them, theyâ€™re who I look up to, and they are my biggest supporters/vice versa.
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Junk Food Clothing presents a limited collection of bespoke garments inspired by model, artist, and influencer: @Gabbriette. Driven by her unique sense of style and fashion photography, this offering highlights the youthful LA creative scene, with her at the forefront. Each item has been thoughtfully hand-crafted and designed in Los Angeles. Performances at @teesandjeansla by @peace4werld and @lucasbin. (Photos by @scottleonphoto and @canahtam) / #junkfoodclothing #everydaytees
Tell us all we need to know about this collection and where we can get it!
Itâ€™s a 9 piece collection consisting of classic Junk Food silhouettes like sweaters, tees, dresses, and a scarf reimagined with a little twist. You can buy it online starting on October 8th!
What next for you in 2019?
Oooh baby a whole array of fun projects, including music and photography.