Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Monday, February 27, 2012


We finally had the chance to work with photographer Jason Lee Parry and his precious wife Jenny. Lucky for us, she happens to be one of our favorite Bona Drag girls.
Shooting the new Lonely Hearts bodysuit, new colors from Edith A. Miller (both coming soon), the best leather jackets in the world from The Sway and enough ManiaMania to sink a ship, Jenny did the raddest job styling the shoot herself and looking plain beautiful.

Tuesday, February 14, 2012


Kalen Kaminski and Astrid Chastka may have began with scarves and wraps, but after constant requests the label evolved into a very versatile and unique ready to wear line.
Comparing their dye methods to baking a cake, and known for dying by hand in a bathtub, you can bet you are getting a piece that is one of a kind, made with love and will not be replicated...

portrait by Shay Harrington

                                    read an interview with the girls here

and just so you know, Kalen's favorite of the collection is the tea length dress, Astrid's favorite is the tea length dress and the crop top, and I was the coldest I have ever been in my life when Heather took these photos.

Friday, February 3, 2012


To Be Adored SS12 has arrived.  This is my favorite clothing collection of Spring.  A gorgeous color palette in delicate fabrics with victorian inspired details.  Every piece is so timeless and special.

Thursday, February 2, 2012


Again, Melanie and Tamila have created the perfect collection...THE MODERN UTOPIAN...to sum it up...

"Like leaders of an autonomous spiritual order, MANIAMANIA have collected thought forms, visionary experiences and tripped out icons for their new collection, ‘The Modern Utopian’.
Radial lines are traced from Californian communes and cults of the late 60s and 70s so to consider a philosophical dichotomy - hedonism vs. spirituality. The door to their triangle of influences is the spirituality embedded in ‘Rock n Roll’ and western pop music’s romanticism of eastern transcendence. While grounded like a rock in the physical realm of performing and listening, it too rolls out an opportunity to transcend to higher states – a notion symbolized by The Beatles relationship with Maharishi and his address at Woodstock."

Then we also received some more pieces from THE THIRD MIND collection.

 I will sum it up in one word...RAD.