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Badlands 777, Issue 3 – Wake up. We’ve arrived. We’re changing the world.

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Born out of a friendship and a mutual appreciation for all things bad, Badlands777 started out in 2010 in Essex as a blog, by Chloe Lamb, Jade Lamb and Lilli-Rose Baily, dedicated to women, fashion, film, music and art. With a taste for genuine vintage clothing, but vast lack of choice around us, we decided to strive to provide a bigger and better choice for other girls alike.
Chloe, Jade and Lilli create designs for the wild at heart and the weird on top, bringing you the best of rock n rolls’s untamed past, met with the future of undeniable female power, for the rebel girl inside you all.

Badlands 777 releases the third issue of their self-published magazine entitled, Wake up. We’ve arrived. We’re changing the world. The issue presents a collection of work from dynamic modern creatives, bounded by the prevalent theme of women within the music industry.

Art demands courage, and with that courage, we can challenge authority. It’s time to wake up, because we’ve arrived, and we’re changing the world.

Badlands 777 Issue #3 Wake up. We’ve arrived. We’re changing the world features photography from Tom Craig, Richard Kern, Monika Mogi, Arvida Byström, Dafy Hagai and many more. Features include Pam Hogg, Warpaint, Skinny Girl Diet and Ellie Rowsell of Wolf Alice. The cover features Leomie Anderson, shot at London’s celebrated Notting Hill Carnival, by Tom Craig.


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