5.28.2010 @ 12:45 pm UTC by lilah wild
Organic, ethically-sourced fashion that works well with a diverse array of looks, from belted elvishness to tight corsetted pencil wiggle. Cowl necks, wide-legged pants, ruffled blouses, dresses that run the gamut from family get-togethers to hot dates, trenchy little coats, bathing suits, and hoodies of course. Much of the jewelry captures the natural patterns of feathers and leaves in recycled gold and silver, and the bags tend towards the bright and flowery.
4.21.2010 @ 4:00 pm UTC by lilah wild
Dread care and decor. They stock all the waxes, shampoos, conditioners, and tighteners needed for healthy maintenance, plus dyes and bleach, and special combs and anti-frizz tools to keep everything neat. Tams, wraps, wooden hairpins, and beads with little googly eyes make up the adornment section, and they’ve got some unusual specialty products to cut down on all the little frustrations that can come with knotting up your hair: microfibre towels to halve drying time, showercaps and sock hats for keeping all the locks out of the way while bathing or sleeping, rubber bands that won’t quickly snap to death. Also body polish, club toys, ear stretching kits, and a little hemp clothing.
4.2.2010 @ 1:31 pm UTC by lilah wild
A crowdsourced catalog of arty tees, full of graffiti-surf-skate imagery with dedicated pages for the skulls and guns. It’s a pretty mixed bag, the elegant and evil and insane printed on organic bamboo and limited to runs of 200 each. It’s almost all white backgrounds for now – other colors, hopefully black among them, are on the way.
3.26.2010 @ 3:12 pm UTC by lilah wild
A catalog that takes the trendy, hardware-loaded shoulder bags of mainstream fashion and does them over in hemp. The shiny
O-rings, the cargo pockets, the buckle-over-zip fastenings – all present, as well as cute satchels and laptop bags. Also hoodies and tees, baby clothes, and bath and body goods that bring hemp into the realm of spa pampering.
2.5.2010 @ 4:11 pm UTC by lilah wild
Handmade lingerie that throws 80’s/emo prints onto pinup staples. Rufflebutt panties, lacy garters, triangle bras, and waist cinchers in leopard print, diamonds, hearts, skulls, and mesh solids, liberally trimmed with bows and lace and retrofemme frill. The hair clips are full of cupcakes and ice cream cones, and there’s a special section for veg-themed skivvies.
2.1.2010 @ 1:34 pm UTC by lilah wild
Eco-fashion for men and women. The clothes tend towards wraps and ripples of solid color with the occasional print, stocking everything from slinky cocktail dresses to hoodies and what looks to be delightfully comfy loungewear, as well as rubber handbags and synth-leather shoes. Kids and pets get their own sections of apparel, bedding, and toys, there’s whole divisions of furniture and housewares, and the bath and body stuff includes bright purple body glitter.
10.25.2009 @ 5:33 pm UTC by lilah wild
A collection of sharp little bags fashioned from recycled truck tires. Varying expanses of black rubber are punctuated with rivets and clips, from subtly silvered purses to some very goth-industrial shoulder bags. Other traditionally-leather items given a vegan makeover include wallets, belts, and dog collars.