Design Mindwhatyouwear 2009
Tired of having Che Guevara as the face of your revolutionary moods?
With his trademark black ski mask and pipe, the mysterious leader of Mexico's Zapatista rebels, known only as Subcomandante Marcos, has enough style to become the new Face of the Revolution.
Those who follow the charismatic guerrilla, or some may say idolise him, describe him as a true national leader, a historic figure who speaks for the poor and dispossessed.
Others, mainly the right and business people, accuse Marcos of being a demagogue, an irresponsible dreamer and a blackmailer.
However, most would agree that Marcos is the man responsible for putting the impoverished state of Mexico's indigenous population in the spotlight, both locally and internationally.
(Source: BBC News Online's Nathalie Malinarich)
Model Kel Mazid
color red, orange, dark blue
size 36, 38, 40, 42
Material Pet (Soft recycled bottle) combined with authentic illegal Subcomandante Marcos shirts
price 45 euro