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Teen Dreams and Skinny Jeans for Green Day’s Musical

Green Day is renowned known style-wise for their suburban Punk Rock niche–but how does one translate that to the stage?

Click here to read all about Green Day’s musical American Idiot premiering on Wednesday in Berkeley, Ca.

RadarOnline.com had a front row seat for the big unveiling, and here’s the low down on the show’s look:

Click here for a look at Green Day’s style through the years!

It’s all about the skinny jeans! While the rocker-cut denim has only permeated pop culture over the past few years, this crowd has long been sporting them like The Ramones.

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Costumer Andrea Lauer partnered with Levi’s to create versatile and authentic looks–denim adorned with bondage gear like chains and leather for the hardcore rockers, exposed zippers and cargo detail for the punks and sand-blasting and low-rise fits for the girls that pepper the scene.

One of the biggest style moments is the unveiling of a military captain attempting to recruit one of the youth-in-revolt lead characters, who is dressed piece-by-piece in a shiny silk/wool polyblend suit.

Based on the life experiences of Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong, a drug dealer named St. Jimmy is a prominent source of conflict in the musical, pushing heroin on the heroes in glam trash ensembles like faux-fur vests, shredded tanks and black plastic parachute pants.

Bottom line: Lauer and her stars make the rebellious self-expression of the Green Day oeuvre into splashy and spot-on representations of a subculture. Rock on!

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