Punks

23/04/2013

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The spring has finally arrived and one of the signs of it is the punks. Yeah, you did read it correctly, the punks. We live close by a river Isar and it is a beautiful place to do BBQ and meet your friends when the weather gets warmer, but the punks arrive already as soon as the temperature goes over +10. They have their dedicated spot under one of the bridges where they listen the music and drink beer. And cause havocs... Or at least some people think they do ;).

Punk can also be found from the fashion world. A annual ball that celebrates the annual opening of the Metropolitan Museum's fashion exhibit at the Costume Insitute (known as a MET ball) in New York has this years exhibition entitled as “Punk: Chaos To Couture” (http://metmuseum.org/exhibitions/listings/2013/punk).  

KAKSITVÅ (means TwoTwo, kaksi is two in Finnish and tva is two in Swedish http://www.kaksitva.com/)  is a Finnish design company set up by two Punks; Piia Keto and Marjo Kuusinen. They say that Punk is much more to them than just music; it’s about values and attitudes. And that is exactly what KAKSITVÅ is: ethical and ecological. For them it is clear that things are done so that people or animals don’t suffer and that everyone is happy. So it's no for the fur...

They do much more than clothing and they design basically whatever is asked from them. Personally what I think is cool, is that they have done outfits for the Helsinki Roller Derby girls (http://www.kaksitva.com/ox_portfolio/helsinki-roller-derby/ ) and if they could they would make clothing for the Finnish national ice-hockey team J. I mean, how cool would that be? Especially if they would look anything like the ones made for the Roller Derby girls ;)

KAKSITVÅ has so far done 12 collections and the collections include bags, jewelry, accessories and apparel. They latest collection for spring/summer 2013 is collect “Pura vida” and it is about dusky colored patterns (http://www.kaksitva.com/ox_portfolio/springsummer-2013-pura-vida/). The big prints are not really me, but I do like this T-shirt: http://www.kaksitva.com/product/bird-t-shirt-women/ and I also do like the price of it :) What do you think?


Cheers for now,
Sanna

 


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Anney
24/04/2013 17:39

Punk = punkki,
kesä ja punkit. Kiusallinen yhdistelmä. Mutta pakollinen osa, jos haluaa olla ulkona ;D My heart beats to Isar, Munich and Bayer München :p

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Sanna
16/05/2013 18:44

We are waiting for your visit.... :o)

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05/10/2017 18:10

Thanks for introducing punk to all of us. Actually, I am not familiar with this matter, and I had to process everything that I've read in hear. I only have a limited knowledge about the word "punk", and I thought that was just a simple fashion statement. What I don't know is there is more behind that that are worth knowing. It was a great privilege that I knew this thing from you, so big thanks! I plan to make some following research about it soon.

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30/09/2015 10:29

We have plenty of punks in our city too but they are, lets say, culturally good and do not irritates other inhabitants. However, they look weird using the style they have but we get used to their appearance and do not mind. You can think about rules and ask everyone to follow like do not throw rubbish after beer drinking etc. I'm sure there are normal people who can understand you.

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04/07/2017 11:23

Whenever you don’t have an idea about something, you would like to search in web browser i.e Google or any other browser

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