7.8.2010 @ 12:55 pm UTC by lilah wild
Bellydance jewels on the more high-end side of things with a collection of silver: hinged vintage cuffs studded with spikes, hoop earrings, pairs of dancing anklets “not for beginners,” headpieces slathered in fringe, lots of ornate and dramatic pieces to enhance an ensemble with lots of shine and noise. Clothes, bags, belts, and other accessories are rich with bright embroidery and they carry things to decorate the home, too.
6.2.2010 @ 5:25 pm UTC by lilah wild
Dark decor and other Octoberesque delights that draw upon the gently eerie imagery of the 20’s and 30’s. It’s mostly party goods, but oh, what party goods: black cat garlands, dancing witch lanterns, fortunetelling cards drawn with a touch of art nouveau, glittery skull buckets, mini tote bags for the retro-stylish hauling of sugary loot. And what to wear to these parties? Their glass-framed art pendants, batty charm bracelets, and spider cocktail rings, of course.
5.11.2010 @ 4:34 pm UTC by lilah wild
Pixiefash and decor from Australia. The clothing is very woodland sprite, earthtoned and hooded and pointed and sometimes detailed with photosynthesis-ready veining. And the housewares set the perfect scene, taking the leaves of the forest and transforming them into crushed velvet pillows and blankets for cuddling and rolling around and acting like a happy magical creature in general. Custom welcome.
4.28.2010 @ 4:56 pm UTC by lilah wild
“Make every day a living nightmare.” A fun catalog of zombie attack lampshades, hockey mask throw pillows, razorblade candles, saw blade clocks, petri dish Christmas ornaments, and decorative jars filled with syringes. Also the home of the “rough night” collection, where shower curtains, sheet sets, and bath mats all coordinate through a matching pattern of bloody splatters and handprints.
4.13.2010 @ 5:19 pm UTC by lilah wild
A rockabilly-pinup-greaser-retro webstore that stocks a lot of smaller brands alongside the better-known works of Switchblade Stiletto, Stop Staring, and Lux DeVille: Cupcake Provacateur’s aprons and poodle potholders, Heartbreaker Fashion’s halter dresses, surreal hot-rod tees from Gasoline Gallery and King Kerosin, flower barrettes from Zombetty Bows, Hawleywood’s hair pomade, lava mugs from Tiki Farm, jewelry from El Dorado club, a good range that covers everything from chic glittery bags to Frankenstein socks. Thanks, Dolly!
4.12.2010 @ 5:20 pm UTC by lilah wild
Original jewelry, accessories, and decor items drawn from dark antiquity – glowering, grimacing faces cast in pewter abound through Cthulhu belt buckles, deal-with-the-devil gambling trays, and bracelets linked with Frankenstein heads. Evil-inclined DIYers will find buttons bearing the visages of Countess Bathory and Marie Laveau, and this is also a good place to find statuary of the left-hand path. And the barware includes one hell of a corkscrew.
2.17.2010 @ 3:33 pm UTC by lilah wild
Dark decor and housewares, where manic Halloween grins are grounded with elegant splashes of damask. Jewelled spider candy boxes, flocked votive candle holders and scented candles, Victorian-style earring holders, hanging lace lamps for a more mod look, morbid cake and bottle toppers, vampire-aristocrat placemats and table runners, snarling monster mugs, adorable pop-up Halloween cards, silk-covered journals, and for those lucky enough to have front yards, flamingo skeletons to poke into dead lawns.