Dive into the sexually liberated era of the 1970’s with new collection by sex-positive Parisian brand Carne Bollente.
The brand turned to the golden era of porn for their seasonal inspiration, injecting the aesthetic of ‘Me’ decade into the range of modern streetwear staples.
This season, the suggestive illustrations are inspired by vintage 1970’s graphics – advertising, typography and psychedelic art, that became synonymous with the era.
The collection is painted with the colours of the decade – from dusty green, warm orange and cinnamon brown to psychedelic purple and lime green.
Carne Bollente continues to expand their ready-to-wear range, introducing denim pieces emblazonedwith cheeky embroidery and a larger than ever knitwear and shirting offering.
Shop the season this September at carnebollente.com and revered retailers around the world, including The Goodhood Store, Opening Ceremony, Ssense, I.T Apparels and Galeries Lafayette.
Carne Bollente is a free and independent Paris-based brand established in 2014 by Hijiri Endo, Théodore Famery and Agoston Palinko.
They focus on the relationship between sex and positivity, toallow people to embrace their own sexuality and kinks through their clothes.
By pairing straightforward streetwear staples with scenic sex illustrations, which manage to cover a wide scope of sexual taboos without verging on the problematic, Carne Bollente inject irreverence and provocation into no-frills basics.