After the public trial and imprisonment of Pussy Riot, two of the activists are currently serving two years in some of the most dangerous and notoriously decrepit prison work camps in Russia… for 40 seconds of dancing in a church.

According to activist Nadezhda Tolokonnikova’s husband Peter Verzilov, Tolokonnikova spends eight hours a day sewing these outfits. Things weren’t exactly cool with Verzilov and Tolokonnikova last time we checked, with Pussy Riot disowning him as a “quasi-conman” and all that… But hey. We’ll take his word on it. Right?

Anyway, it’s a hardy jean and pant combo. Now that the Pussy Riot balaclava was been officially beat to death by appropriation — from the cat walks of Fashion Week to kaleidoscopic twerking-enhancements for Diplo to James Franco’s teen criminal harem outfits in Spring Breakers — clearly, we need a new symbolic resistance uniforms. Something utilitarian. These are $24. Just saying. Stick some protest patches on that shit. Bang. Fashion.

Or, alternatively, this could be the new uniform for those pro-Putin lil Nashists, so they can get their smug on with this sack-like atrocity having being made in Russia. In a prison camp. By an anti-Putin activist. Sigh. Politics.

Anyway, the hell I know about fashion.

Hat tip to Michael Idov, Editor in Chief of GQ Russia. For reals.

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