Domrebel is a brand that has been making moves since 2003 and its meteoric rise to being one of fashion’s most beloved labels hasn’t stopped it from being the grounded, edgy underdog that it was when designers Justin Svatina and Don Nguyen were college students with $350 between them. And why would they change? With no prior knowledge of the clothing industry, the two proved that being an outsider gives that little bit of spark that will attract celebrities from rock n roll legends such as U2 and Guns n Roses to pop stars such as Zayn to your brand.
Domrebel is short for “Dominus Rebellis” which translates “Master of Rebellion.” It’s an aspiration they lived up to when they were selling t-shirts from a Montreal car-enthusiast online forum and it’s one they live up to today with their playfully satirical collection of tongue in cheek graphic prints of popular cartoon characters such as Bart Simpson, Daffy Duck or Bugs Bunny. Their oversized Box-T Hoodies, sometimes featuring their own cartoon characters are showcases of their laidback creativity.
“Lifestyle brand” is a term that gets tossed around quite frequently in fashion circles, but Domrebel prove frequently that there are no limits to their artistry as what started as a screen-printed t-shirts company has evolved into a multifaceted visual arts company that entertains through art and media.
We think you’ll love Domrebel’s collection of cartoon parodies such as the White Kisses Print Box T-shirt and the Black Humper Box T-shirt available online today!