You mean, like a bum.
In college, I know a lot of people who live like this, and purposely avoid anything from any brand, and try to live "free". However, the extent to which these people carry their own philosophies is never fully exploited.
They say they won't support the big corporations, yet they have a car. And go to college and use the internet. And the ones who don't, they live of of social welfare.
I have never in my life encountered someone who could truly live like this in a society like ours, and not be a totally miserable bum.
In Africa, this is possible, however in Western Europe and America, it is not.
I like to wear nice clothes, but I work pretty much as a farmer in the weekends. I have a nice home, but I work hard for it. If one wants a new trade economy, he will have to found it himself, such as the Amish. And, in what sense, is that ultimately better ?
The smallness of such community makes for less complex power and economic laws, however, it will rise to a trade-and-profit nation when it will expand just as well.
Actual freedom is not being bound to anything, of any kind, and that includes principles that aren't conductive to intelligent survival.