Positioned in the Reduced East Side is Rogue, a classic store of epic proportions owned and curated by the inimitable Emma Rogue. Nestled on 53A Stanton Road, her namesake classic mecca (which opened in June 2021) homes an spectacular selection of uncommon, archival designer finds, just one-of-a-form kinds built by associates of her local community, and sartorial gems that stem from the ‘90s and ‘00s. With an unequalled penchant and eye for fusing vivid shade with off-the-cuff footwear silhouettes and defining aesthetics of Y2K fashion, the reigning queen of vintage apparel has turn into the downtown poster girl identified for her daring, uninhibited, rave-tinged fashion.
“Everything from close to the ‘90s or ‘00s is so vibrant, vibrant, sassy and a small risque which represents my individuality and the unique means I like to costume,” Emma claims on her vogue ethos. Making use of her retail outlet as a resource of inspiration and the best canvas to flex her style, she developed a day-glo glance impressed by the glory times of the underground rave scene employing SOREL’s new Kinetic Impact Lace Sneaker as the outfit’s most important focal point. “When I was determining what to have on with the Kinetic sneaker, I paid awareness to the orange and eco-friendly detailing, and the black stripes on the sneakers. I paired these insane orange and gray rave pants that have 3M piping all in the course of with a green leading (I got from an estate sale) that has two stripes that zip up and down — the major is by this amazing brand Pussycat that I had never ever even observed or heard of,” she adds.