1.27.2010 @ 12:35 pm UTC by lilah wild
Bohemian style that mixes kurta and kimono flair into flowery little day dresses and broomstick skirts. Lots of Papillon, lots of embroidery and sequins. The jewelry throws Swarovski crystals into falls of gemstones and beads, and the aromatherapy page features soy candles that melt into massage oil.
12.6.2009 @ 12:47 pm UTC by lilah wild
Cotton clothes brightened up with fractals and splotches, both the iconic hippie spirals and more freeform bursts of color. Tees, tanks, hoodies, longsleevers, miniskirts, hotshorts, plus and kids’ sizes, flared yoga pants which show the patterns off especially well. Custom welcome.
5.29.2009 @ 9:14 pm UTC by lilah wild
Psywear for men and women, grabbing the practicality of festival duds and running off into cyber. Lots of colorblocking, often enticingly squiggly: pixie-jagged tops, druid hoods, self-buckling skirts, pants slapped with cargo pockets and traced with neon, singlets and sweaters. And some spacey-bright pocket belts made to coordinate.
3.18.2009 @ 6:26 pm UTC by lilah wild
A blacklight hybrid of 70’s mushroomy bongshop psychedelia and modern tribal knotworked mandalas, the kind of labyrinthine designs made for losing your eyes in. Deep space, the elements, emotions rendered abstract and bursting with color, available on tees, hoodies, tanks, and dresses, with some of them featuring the neato effect of emerging only in abnormal light.
3.11.2009 @ 7:03 pm UTC by lilah wild
This site takes a break from the over-the-top costuming so beloved by various subcultures, and instead tones things down into daywear and cocktail dresses, good for offices and family get-togethers and any other kind of normalish event where you still want to be yourself. The aesthetics are all over the map, but there’s plenty of slinky/floaty/clingy designs for a more relaxed version of opulent dress. Thanks, Dian!
3.5.2009 @ 6:07 pm UTC by lilah wild
It looks like a catalog of floaty boho hippiewear, but keep going and you’ll hit pocket belts. Paisleys and patchwork are mixed up with nymphy jagged skirts and hoodies, with much of the stock “kind of like wearing your pajamas but sexy,” and of course a site like this would be incomplete without a page of yoga pants. Cute summer dresses for the little ones, too.
1.10.2009 @ 7:43 pm UTC by lilah wild
Fair-trade fashion of the festival and hippie variety, everything imported in small batches from families and local collectives in Thailand, Tibet and Nepal: dresses of silk sari patches, psychedelic hoodies and paisleyed bellsleeves, skirts tiered and layered, striped button-downs and batik pants for the guys, and kids’ stuff too. Also puppets, singing bowls, Bodhisattva paintings, Buddha statues, and loads of housewares.