21/10/2015
Thug Angel.

Words by

Veronica Stanford

Online ladies streetwear label Mama Millions is all about celebrating girl power.

The store delivers unique threads for laydays who can’t find anything to match their sneakers.

To celebrate female empowerment, Mama Millions has just dropped a pretty killer lookbook, which was shot by an all-girl squad in West Footscray, Victoria. On set was Mama Millions model Angel Manuel, photographer Jess Brohier, stylist Simone Vinski, assistant photographer Stacey Johnson and hair and make-up artist Leah Briody. The shoot features a whole lot of streetwear pieces which are all available online now.

If you're loving what you see, Mama Millions is about to launch a capsule collab collection with Unempire. Expect a tee, bodysuit, pin, socks, bucket hat and rolling papers with a gangster girl theme. 

mamamillions.com.au

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