Cedella Marley, a member of the iconic Marley family and granddaughter of the legendary Bob Marley, is making waves with her own brand, “More Justice,” and a new reality show centered on the third generation of Marleys.
Cedella Marley has always had a strong connection to fashion, thanks in part to her family’s deep roots in the industry. She is the daughter of Rita Marley, a renowned musician and fashion icon in her own right, and she has also worked as a designer and musician herself. Drawing from this rich lineage, she recently launched her own brand, “More Justice,” which combines her passion for fashion and her commitment to sustainability.
The debut collection of “More Justice” features a range of essential items, including hoodies, tees, and sweatpants with a plush and minimalist aesthetic that harkens back to the clean simplicity of ’90s fashion from brands like Gap and J.Crew. While these pieces offer a preview of her brand’s vision, Cedella Marley is inspired by the work of Japanese menswear designers like Yohji Yamamoto, Issey Miyake, and Junya Watanabe, admiring their structural approach to design.
Cedella Marley’s personal style is also influenced by menswear, as she grew up in a male-dominated household with many men in her family. She enjoys mixing menswear pieces with womenswear to create powerful and sexy looks. This blending of aesthetics and silhouettes will be a hallmark of her brand, “More Justice.”
In addition to her fashion endeavors, Cedella Marley is also set to embark on a new adventure in the world of reality television. She, along with her sister Zuri and cousins Hymn and Selah, who are all accomplished singers, will star in a reality show titled “Tomorrow People: Making It Marley.” The show will follow the lives of the third generation of Marleys as they navigate their careers and family legacy.
Filming for the show will take place in various locations, including Los Angeles, New York, Miami, and Jamaica, where they will visit key spots like the Bob Marley Museum in Kingston. The production is expected to start in October.
While Bob Marley might not have been a fan of reality TV, Cedella Marley sees it as a way for the third generation to carry on their grandfather’s message and legacy in their own unique way, adapted to the challenges and opportunities of the millennial and Gen Z era. The show will offer viewers a glimpse into their lives and the continuation of the Marley family’s influence in various fields, including music and fashion.