Local fashion blog SF Looks asked Max about style:
My style is inspired by the Fahzrü movement in Melbourne. It is a collective of young artists who support boutique fashion labels whose shopfronts exist below street level. My wardrobe is in aspiration of my identity as a Subterranean Unicorn, a title bestowed upon me by my peers.
Read on for more.
This is Snezana, featured last week on the local fashion blog SF Looks. Here’s what she has to say about her look:
Today my outfit is rather conservative. I usually like layering bold prints and colors (often ugly ones), but I am slowly shifting towards incorporating white, off white and black. I’m interested in 30s shapes and 80s avant garde, ethnic garments and Uzbek tribal jewelry, loose fit and excessive amounts of fabric, vintage military accessories and 50s statement hats.
I too have always been into vintage military accessories. As a little kid I toted around my grandpa’s war compass everywhere I went, until some fun-hating neighbor told my mom it was probably a little bit radioactive.
Ripped my favorite old jeans in a critical spot. Luckily, @missionmission has chronicled so many crotch blow outs I know what to do.
— Cosmic Amanda (@quonky) June 12, 2015
The main one is this one though:
Read all about it in our popular post “This is definitely the most fucked crotch I’ve ever seen” from April 2014, and then you’ll know exactly how to deal with a crotch blow-out of your own.
Local artist Steve MacDonald created the clever design, and you can acquire one for $15 for only about 4 more hours, so act fast!
(I’m pretty sure Steve also created the Fog & Laser fog-and-laser-hot-dog mascot which you might remember.)