No Vacancy Inn Makes a Comeback With “Born Cancelled” Collection
Challenging the notion of cancel culture.
After taking a break, Tremaine Emory, Ade Odunlami and Brock Korsan’s brand No Vacancy Inn is back on the scene with its new “Born Cancelled” collection.
In relaunching the brand, the trio wanted the exhibition of clothing to hold a higher message. Therefore, the collection challenges the notion of cancel culture. Specifically, the trio makes a statement about how cancel culture can serve as another barrier of entry for those without resources. In its analysis, the collection seeks to exalt upcoming generations in their pursuit of any endeavor.
“‘Born Cancelled” is a rebel yell,” said the founders. “For every kid who was ever cancelled for one mistake. Kicked out, stepped over, picked on.”
Coupled with its rebellious sentiment, the brand’s relaunch takes a look at the DIY approach that brought the brand to fruition. Garments like varsity jackets, zip-up hoodies, workwear vests, zipper cargo pants and flannels include a range of 80s punk graphic details from a skull baby to a music staff. With the brand’s relaunch, the trio is repositioning themselves to continue the NVI work on bridging music, fashion and culture.
Check out the gallery above for a look at the collection. The “Born Cancelled” collection is set to launch online on Friday, October 14.
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