We started Qravers in 2018 as a way of expressing our love for the rave sceen that has given so much to our lives. It started with a few rave flyer images we printed up on t shirts and sold to some supportive, like minded friends. It was an idea that had bounced around from our earliest raving days when you'd get a big handful of flyers shoved in your face as you were leaving the club in the wee hours, bleary-eyed, dazed and confused. You'd study them when you got home, get lost in the artwork, trade them with your mates and build up your collection for your wall. It was always an idea that the images we loved had to go on a t shirt one day.
We managed to get a rail of our merch in a shop on Brick Lane called ATIKA London and It was clear to from the get go that we were on to something special our section grew and we expanded our range, built our instalation wall in the shop and brought Qravers online. It's mad to think how far the brand has come in such a short time. We've worked with heavyweights from the industry that we would of never believed we would get the chance to meet, taken Qravers on the road to festivals up and down the country and traded at some of the biggest events happening.
It is all thanks to our customers, followers and all the people we've worked with to build our brand. Qravers is a heartfelt celebration of rave, festival and dance culture and will continue to innovate and grow and produce the sickest garms we can because Qravers is Made For Ravers
Rave culture as we know it now was born in the UK in the 90's. It was a backlash against a regime that excluded and divided where if you didn't dress right or act in a certain way you were not allowed to be part of that society. It was inevitable that the social compass would have to spin. We are not looking back at the 90's cultural movement called Rave with a nostalgic sadness. The ideals that brought a generation together are still as powerful today as they were 30 years ago and are needed now more than ever. The energy that was created then still resonates today in many aspects of our society. We pay homage to the originators of Acid House and the flyers they used to spread the word. Qravers is a modern Streetwear brand tied to the history of club culture and the notion that Rave is more than the music, it is revolution, love, dance, fashion and freedom.