Imitation Of Christ Spring/Summer 2021

Twenty years ago, an art project turned fashion label called IMITATION OF CHRIST redefined our notion of what is cool and conscious. That was in the early 2000s when nobody spoke about sustainability or upcycling clothes. Its founder, American art student Tara Subkoff, was fashion’s beloved rebel with a cause in that her label proposed the reworking of used garments into precious, art-inspired couture pieces.

Admittedly, IMITATION OF CHRIST is best experience as a concept or conscious message. When they shook the world with a Spring 2001 presentation held in a funeral home, the brand emphasized the function of fashion as a means for getting a message across. Precious and wearable art creations that exemplified value of clothes usually discarded or sent to thrift shops, were suddenly considered “macabre chic” acquisitions of the true fashion-forward consumer.

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New Bible Study Highlights Women Redeemed by Christ and the Lessons Today’s Women Can Gain From Their Journeys

In ‘What about Her?,’ Gina R. J. Butler turns to the stories of Tamar, Rahab, Ruth, Bathsheba, Mary and others to demonstrate the transformative power of God’s grace

TYLER, Texas, Sept. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Bible contains many instances of men who were redeemed by God and released from the trappings of their sins. However, due to the patriarchal circumstances of the time, there are fewer stories of the women whose lives were also changed through their relationship with God, prompting the question “what about them?”

In her new book, “What about Her?,” author and spiritual leader Gina R. J. Butler seeks to answer this very question, connecting modern women with the stories of biblical women who fell short but ultimately found atonement through Christ. The women all hail from the lineage of Jesus or encountered Him during His time on earth but come from unique circumstances—Tamar an

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