House of Riot’s hand-painted t-shirts with strong political statements have gained a lot of attention for the young brand and the issues it is passionate about.
“Power is found in ideas. You don’t need something elaborate to communicate with people,” said founder, Ollie Henderson.
Slogans such as ‘Start The Riot’ and ‘Sexism Sucks’, are aimed to empower younger generations with a way to express their opinions but the issues discussed go beyond age and location. “Racism, sexism and environmental issues affect everyone,” said Henderson.
House of Riot aims to encourage, educate and bring together creatives to create a community of awareness and development.
Henderson collaborates with various NGOs, activist groups and charities including One Girl and The Future. House of Riot is open to collaborating with fashion brands. “The more hands and heads we have involved the better.” For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.