Los Angeles based retailer and design house, 424, is releasing their 2015 autumn/winter collection, "Post Apocalyptic Gardening." The collection featured, include Youtube screenshots of political chaos, the controversial case of police brutality involving rapper Tupac Shakur, and the Ferguson riots. Owner and designer, Guillermo Andrade, brings to light that anarchy is a necessary part of the evolution of society. We do not live in a utopia where people have the basic rights they deserve, simply for existing. The frustration, pain, and sorrow of the marginalized voices have boiled into our streets. "Post Apocalyptic Gardening" represents stagnation and success, destruction and growth. "Piece of mine" has transformed to "peace of mind."