5.6.2010 @ 2:58 pm UTC by lilah wild
Fashion to fight in! A catalog of darkwear that turns out cute’n'evil cotton suitable for rollerderby and other lively pursuits that might involve a bloody nose. The dresses take their shapes from cheerleader and army uniforms, the skirts are emblazoned with polarized skulls, and if you’ve ever felt the burning need to sport handguns across the ‘tocks, this is your store. Knuckle rings, lightning bolts, and medical crosses make up the jewelry section, the armwarmers smother everything from elbow to wrist in brass knuckles, and they stock the footwear trifecta of Demonia, Pleaser, and Bordello.
3.4.2010 @ 6:52 pm UTC by lilah wild
Original tees loaded with pirates-guns-skulls-beer-good times sentiments, where rockabilly’s iconography gets smashed over punk grime with a few tattooed knuckles lurking at the edges. Hoodies, babydolls, tanks, tote bags, pins and patches are all emblazoned with various madnesses, with hats and belt buckles proudly flaunting the one-finger salute.
12.1.2009 @ 1:47 pm UTC by lilah wild
Bespoke wedding shoes that include a page of boots: Edwardian buttoned, Victorian laced stilettos, brocade kitten heels, thigh-high if you’re that kind of bride. Lots of ivory and satin of course, but black satin is offered for a witchier look, as well as different heel heights, silk possibilities, and tartan for clan ceremonies and punk dressup.
11.20.2009 @ 1:18 am UTC by lilah wild
A fifties-eighties-zombie-punk rock’n'roll riot. Skeleton skinny jeans, pop art longsleevers and cocktail cardigans, flowered aprons, velvet frock coats, skirted swimsuits, page after page of pinup dresses in prints both sweet and psychotic. The bags feature dead girl gravestones and glittery brass knuckles, there are jewels and hair things from Kreepsville 666, and don’t miss the shoe section, which splatters neon animal prints onto everything from maryjanes to winklepickers.
10.12.2009 @ 10:35 pm UTC by lilah wild
Punk clothing whipped up out of animal prints and fun, splashy fabrics that look chosen on the basis of whim. Motorcycle jackets, cigarette pants, longsleevers with long long sleeves, hooded crop tops, some of it one-of-a-kind, although hunting down the materials to make another one is not out of the question. Custom welcome.
9.22.2009 @ 4:09 pm UTC by lilah wild
A London shop known for some very punk-friendly designs rendered in crochet, the knitting lending itself very well to see-thru dresses, elbowless shrugs, and deliberately skewed “rotten” patterns. They’ve since branched out into clingy concoctions of tartan and lace and leopard, with darker tones for the menswear. Accessories blend wire with yarn for more structure around the neck and arms, or one can opt for pairings of leatherette with rhinestones or padlocks. Thanks, TurquoiseRaven!
9.2.2009 @ 6:21 pm UTC by lilah wild
A catalog full of skulls, brass knuckles, and Brooklyn pride. The tees/longsleevers/hoodies are stark compositions of black and red, remixing antiheros or morbid coats of arms, while crows flap about on yoga pants and tote bags. Rockabilly rosaries not only mix glittering glass beads with shiny little guns, but thoughtfully offer the option of dual lengths and interchangeable pendants in case the day is shaping up to be more machine gun than cross of thorns. And this is the place if you’ve ever wanted to scream HELL YEAH from your fingers.