This Shoulder Brooch is part of the Be Free As A Bird Collection from Spanish label, Itunube. A black leather brooch inspired on birds and designed to be wear on your shoulder while wearing a t-shirt, a pullover, a dress designed to give a cool and unique touch to your clothes. It’s made out of black, high quality leather.
Outkast got it wrong. Apparently you shouldn’t actually shake it like a Polaroid picture because rapid movement during development may damage the image. Philippe Roucou on the other hand, is definitely getting it right. This French bag designer has recently released a limited edition series of 100 percent silk scarves. Each piece features an image […]
Talk about killing two birds with one stone. For the bride on a budget, or just the insatiably hungry groom, now you wear your cake and eat thanks to this his outrageous Wedding Cake Dress designed by Lukka Sigurdardottir.
Japanese designers Keiichi Muramatsu and Noriko Seki founded the Tokyo-based fashion label, Everlasting Sprout, in 2005, based on their mutual interest in knit design. Each intricate creation in their Spring/Summer 2009 range took up to a week for them to construct.
As a So-Cal suburban teen, I was a die-hard Sonic Youth lover. So when Kim Gordon launched X-Girl clothing in 1994, I became an insta-fan. My favorite T-shirt was electric blue and said X-Girl in neon orange and pink and wearing it immediately helped me separate the kids I’d like to know from the ones I wouldn’t: every jock would say. ‘X-Girl, does that mean you’re a dude now?’, while every music nerd would give a knowing nod of alliance. I still mourn its American, demise so I’m thrilled that Kim Gordon is back in the fashion game with a new line called Mirror/Dash, coming out February 16 at Urban Outfitters. The collection has a feminine, tomboy feel, much like Gordon herself, and features a slouchy pocket t-shirt dress, a casually sexy wrap dress, and the necessary blazer staple, among other items. Whether she’s rocking out with Thurston Moore in Sonic Youth, making art, or jamming with her other band Free Kitten, Kim Gordon continues to epitomize cool. And I have no doubt each piece in her collection will, too