Graffiti is a form of expression, a way to state things (i.e. funny, political, or otherwise), and can be found in any place. We’re using our graffiti in defense of clean cotton, safe fashion, and a healthy environment.
Wear it alone. Mix it with other graffiti. Layer it.
Tie your hair back with it. Belt it. Rest in it. Work in it. However you decide to wear your Alabama Chanin graffiti, make it your own.
Find more of our Graffiti: Red, White, and Blue collection here.
Find the #alabamachanincollection on Instagram @alabamachanin.
“I’m going down to Florence, gonna wear a pretty dress,” Cash sings on the recording. “I’ll sit atop the Magic Wall with the voices in my head.” Partly in homage her trip to the region, she named her 2014 album, “The River the Thread.” In February 2015 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Rosanne Cash accepted three Grammy awards for the album while wearing an Alabama Chanin coat. Of her inspired trip to Florence, Cash remembers: “The whole time, I was thinking about what Natalie said: ‘You have to love the thread.’”
Thank you, David!