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What is Societal?

Societal® is an established indie clothing brand founded by Dean Jones in 2020. As a graphic design studio, Societal aims to address almost every social and environmental issue ranging from philosophy, politics, human rights, and social challenges. It offers our planet a voice that is more progressive and creatively reflects historical figures via the use of imagination. […]

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Sustainable Streetwear Brands - Harbingers of a Green Earth

Sustainable Streetwear Brands – Harbingers of a Green Earth

Clothing which is good both for individuals and for the planet comes under the category of ethical streetwear, or “eco streetwear”. For a long time these clothes were thought to be lacking in style, but not anymore. In fact, the sustainable streetwear brands which make use of environment friendly resources to create clothes are changing the way […]

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The Ability of Fashion to Affect Politics and Society

The Ability of Fashion to Affect Politics and Society

Fashion and politics have been intertwined for thousands of years. From the purple stripes that adorned the togas of Roman senators to the ‘BLM’ printed on political T-shirts today, fashion has been a way to express status, political opinions, and views on society. Who could forget Lady Gaga’s famous meat dress that she wore to […]

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Sociology of Fashion

Sociology of Fashion

Fashion is a mainstream societal thought process that involves manufacturing, expenditure, and harmonization of uniqueness. It is conceived as a cultural actuality that reflects the culture, the people, and society. It cements itself in people’s minds by creating a norm where materials come in various textures, shapes, colors, and branding. And this expression occurs in various cultural […]

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What Does It Mean in the 21st Century for Fashion to Be Political?

What Does It Mean in the 21st Century for Fashion to Be Political?

In the words of Miranda Priestley a character in Lauren Weisberger’s 2003 novel ‘The Devil Wears Prada a 2006 American comedy-drama film directed by David Frankel and produced by Wendy Finerman’ there is no such thing as fashion neutrality. In essence that means even if you decide not to broaden your wardrobe horizon and follow a particular […]

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Societal Streetwear: A Driving Force for Social Change

Societal Streetwear: A Driving Force for Social Change

What one wears, how one wears it and when one wears it constitutes expressions of degrees of social freedoms and influences. Societal is more than a clothing label – its a call to action that connects people with the new and next of fashion, style, culture and art. Societal has a woven shared spirit that thrives on […]

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Political Streetwear – Is It Making A Comeback?

Political Streetwear – Is It Making A Comeback? by Societal Store Dec 30, 2020 Political Streetwear – Is It Making A Comeback?

In the current tumultuous political climate, particularly surrounding the 2020 election cycle, the politically engaged are enraged, and they are unapologetically incorporating their politics into their wardrobe. This type of political activism is not a new phenomenon. For decades, passionate members of politically charged movements have quite literally worn their politics on their sleeves, donning […]

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Politics and Fashion

One peculiar trait common to big communities and social movements is the creation and advancement of structural, organizational principles for all group members in conformity with their dress system. The only people who can solve societal problems and demands are those who are versed in the delivery of social control services. These people are in […]

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Throughout life we are impacted with moments that are rich with meaning and significance. Regardless of the joy or sorrow that these moments create, it is our job to listen and respond. Societal's Store offers its platform for artists, gamers, musicians, and YouTubers to create and showcase their unique looks as phone cases, wall prints, fashionable tees, tanks, and more. With over 20 years of experience, Societal has woven a shared spirit that thrives on designing vibrant and meaningful art. Our ambition is to do as much good as possible, not to 'do no harm' or simply 'be a responsible purchaser’. Societal’s partners engagement with fair trade certified suppliers means we are working with suppliers who are investing in the economic and social development of workers around the world. Producing Societal clothing is a vehicle for these people to lift themselves out of poverty and create a better life for themselves and their community. That is why we are in business. For Societal, the payment of fair prices and development premiums is fundamental to achieving labour rights in garment production. Continuing to pursue low prices and concentrating value extraction at the brand end of supply chains won’t deliver labour rights and poverty reduction. 1. Create your art We recommend using a program such as Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator to create your design. It’s also important to remember that your art must be hi-resolution to achieve the best quality print. To assist you in your pursuit of creativity we have prepared a Design Guide below to help you create the best submission possible. Tip: Don't forget that resolution depends on which platform you are using. If you are designing in vector (Illustrator), then resolution does not apply. Just make sure to expand your strokes and text! 2. Submit your art You will need to email your design to art@societal.store and in doing so agree to our terms of submission. You should also submit a minimum of a paragraph or two about your design(s) detailing what inspired you to create the design. Your full name and bio. After your design is submitted it will go through our internal review. You will receive a confirmation email once your design has been approved. DPI / resolution When you're submitting your print files, we ask that they're at least 150dpi and at actual size. The resolution of any file is only as good as the dimensions. Resolution is the measure of pixels in the display, usually expressed in measurements of width x height. For example, a monitor that is 1920 x 1080 is 1920 pixels across and 1080 pixels down. DPI (dots per inch) is the number of dots in a printed inch. The more dots the higher the quality of the print (more sharpness and detail) The actual size is best described with (you guessed it) actual numbers. Let's say you have a 5”x5” shape at 100dpi, but you need to make it a 10”x10”. If you simply scale it to twice its original size you go from 5”x5” to 10”x10” Since the size has now doubled, your resolution has been cut in half- that particular part of your graphic, is now 50dpi.

Don’t Just Stand There

Throughout life we are impacted with moments that are rich with meaning and significance. Regardless of the joy or sorrow that these moments create, it is our job to listen and respond. Societal’s Store offers its platform for artists, gamers, musicians, and YouTubers to create and showcase their unique looks as phone cases, wall prints, fashionable tees, […]

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Now Go Green with Your Fashion Too!

Now Go Green with Your Fashion Too!

The fashion world is all about new trends and designer clothing. We can get so caught up in the latest trends and what is mainstream that we forget, or may even be ignorant to the horrendous methods in which these products are made, and how they directly contribute to animal cruelty. Animal materials are vastly […]

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