The dishevelled bed-head was because he couldn’t afford shampoo so washed his hair with cheap cake soap. He used Kool-Aid as hair dye. Cross quotes Jean Paul Gaultier , who called grunge, “nothing more than the way we dress when we have no money.” The designer didn’t necessarily mean that as a compliment, but it’s true; Cobain also wore layers, he says, to camouflage his thinness. Using fashion-speak, the author explains the fluke of what’s known as “the colour spectrum of Grunge fashion” (his eyes practically roll off the page), derived from available colours of $10 flannel shirts from the Olympia. But had Nirvana been poor and hungry musicians who happened to live in Maui or Nashville, would anyone have worn tropical board shorts and Stetsons? There is undeniably something about the nature of the inexpensive materials – denim, flannel, canvas plimsolls – that Cobain and co.
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I currently work in the retail fashion industry as a stylist. Getthebuzz716: What are your favorite patterns/materials [prints] to work with and why? AMPLIFY: Feathers, chains and pearls are some of my most favorite materials to work with and you will see many different colors and styles of these worked into in my latest collection. I love the movement and the textures that they create. I also work quite a bit with metals and wire.