The term “Jungle” is one of those terms that can be implied or attached to a great many others. It serves as a prefix, suffix, or scene setter, and besides for vacations or trips the zoo, it very rarely means what Webster claims it does.
Every city seems to have a jungle of it’s own. Even nations where ecosystem’s cant sustain one. Shit, the neighborhood that you can find the historic Union Station in New Haven CT is called “The Jungle”. And in December in The Jungle, it’s about 30 degrees. That right there is an environmental anomaly. No one has ever said ” It’s colder than a fucking jungle in here .”
Hell, it’s even a subgenre of house music.
In this case, it’s an introduction, and a lifestyle.
Oh yeah, and a clothing line that immigrated to the states and landed on Wanderset.
Australian label Jungles Jungles describes itself as “an experimental label and visual experience,” which “embodies the spirit of DIY culture and existential freedom.”
In other words, expect a lot of subculture iconography to collide with the stylized sense of urgent messaging at the roots of streetwear. Points of reference include The Stooges, the eternal frenemy relationship between punks and hippies, and the aggressive relaxation of surf culture.
Here are the essentials Aussie’s JUNGLES JUNGLES.
5. SPIRITUAL HEALING T
This could also be a Backpage ad, in a way.
4. SPHINX HEAD LS
The Sphinx logo sublimated on the sleeves with the crest in the middle.
3. GET HELP NOW
For those of you who are stuck in your dead end job. Get help now.
1. MAKE LOVE NOT WAR T
Insert “Butt Fuck” joke here.