By now, everyone knows that my favorite site to shop at is Karmaloop. I’m always promoting the shit out of it and I’ve been shopping there for like 7 years. It definitely will always be my favorite store. I’m even a karmaloop rep now, which means I have my own special code that anyone can use for a 20% discount. Use my rep code at checkout: JN31115
Anyway, now Karmaloop is selling some really dope art and toys by Lot F Gallery.
This stuff is so ill though.
check them out, for sure.
here are my favorites:
and of course, here’s another wish list.
The Carry Boot by Jeffrey Campbell Shoes
The Fission Fiction Jacket by Burger And Friends
The Dunaway Jacket by Obey
The Raggedy Anne Dress by Insight
The Cleo Stud Vest by *NYC Boutique
The Halter Belt Dress by Tripp NYC
The Lock Down 3/4 Sleeve Tunic by Hellz Bellz
“ As Hellz continues to grow in the fashion industry, collaborating with some of the industries biggest moguls Hellz is extremely proud to present the Hellz x Reebok collaboration shoe, dropping Friday, November 27th.
This highly anticipated model features a fold-down flap which Hellz has utilized as a focal point with pixelated images on a clean black perforated leather upper. It comes with optional shoe string colors (black and neon yellow), stud detailing and a punk rock attitude to go along with it. Creating a bond between the women’s brand and one of the sneaker world’s timeless leaders has become a stepping stone for Hellz to branch off into footwear.
Although there is such a high demand for the collaboration, the shoe will only be available to the public at select retailers, as well as the Hellz soon-to-drop online shop. If purchased through the Hellz online shop, customers will receive a special gift.
Hellz is widely known for providing style savvy women with unique attire, and enthralling collaborations. The Hellz x Reebok shoe, being one, is sure to not disappoint; creating a much more enticing reason to wait for Black Friday.”
these are too sexy!
This line is inspired by the classic movie, “Heathers”.
Love that film.
Love these pieces.
Love Hellz Bellz.
love love love
every single piece.
I shall be trying my hardest to get there.
So Miss Lawn posted the lookbook for the new Hellz Bellz Fall Collection II: “Midnight Riders”.
It’s dope to, say the least.
“We are super excited and very pleased to present the collection ‘Midnight Riders,’ photographed by Brooke Nipar for our Fall 2009 2nd Delivery. By utilizing dark themes found in the iconic 80’s flick ‘Mad Max’, ‘Midnight Riders’ aims to represent the ideology of the subversive in not only fact and fiction, but fashion as well.
Black, pewter gray and grenadine red are colors present throughout the collection to set the tone and compliment the progressive and functional silhouettes by drawing attention to the details of each piece. New interesting pieces in this collection include; the ‘Krueger’, a unique play on a pullover jacket with a hidden hood underneath a high profile collar and the ‘Hammer’, a slouch-fit cotton canvas pant with contrasting grenadine red fabric pocket lining, welt back pockets and functional button details.
Clever silhouettes, unique details, and the use of simple colors to emphasize form and function while creating a true display of female strength, sensuality and independence that is: ‘Midnight Riders.’”
-via What The Hellz
can’t wait to cop some new stuff.
Hellz Bellz Fall Delivery II: “Midnight Riders”
can’t wait to see the rest of the line.
-via What The Hellz?!
Karmaloop.com is having a HUGE back to school sale, up to 95% off.
hit it up, and don’t forget to use my rep code at checkout for additional discounts.
here are a few faves:
The Constellation Dress by Insight ($15)
The Eye See You tank by Hellz Bellz ($15)
The 420 Jumper by Married to the Mob ($35)
The Floral Tote by RVCA ($15)
who wants to buy me this amazing Hellz Bellz jacket?
it’s so sexy.
i need this damn jacket.
but my wallet is hurting.
I am very proud to present the collection, ‘Style Warriors’ for Fall 2009 Delivery 1, a line of clothing designed to celebrate women who escape the mundane and predictable in every facet of their lives. Drawing upon cross-cultural sophistication, and a diverse, Aztec-inspired color story, ‘Style Warriors’ truly embodies the aspirations of iconoclast women.
Colors present throughout the collection include navy, red, elephant grey and black and each garment’s fabrication is of the highest fidelity. Traditional garments, such as the hoodie, have been give the Hellz treatment; they been transformed into amazine fashion-forward pieces. Unique new silhouettes can be found in the delivery as well, such as the ‘Defensive,’ a woven button up which features cotton plaid w/ ruffle details in the front and a clever slit on it back. The ‘Style Warriors; denim program also features a highly stylized jean, called the ‘Taxi’ which comes in black and indigo vintage washes and features functional padding for added comfort during cold weather.
Great attention to detail, use of color and emphasis on form, function and durability in addition to the powerful, independent, fashion savvy female philosophy that Hellz culminates in a refreshing take on modern fashion: ‘Style Warriors.’
-via What The Hellz?!
So, I was catching up on the Hellz Bellz blog, What The Hellz, and came across this:
How fucking great will this be?
Saved By The Bell is one of the greatest/lamest shows ever, i don’t care what anybody says.
i wish it was cooler out, I’ll have to wear one of my Lisa Turtle inspired vintage sweaters… though the heat & humidity might not do me so well with that.
anyway, i’m stoked.
The days of summer might be drawing to a close, yet the evening hours relent. Hence, the perfect time for LA based contemporary fashion brand Hellz to introduce their “Kicks After Six” capsule delivery. A concise yet bold collection, this limited 6 piece line extends Hellz’ ongoing graphic themes incorporating the idea of empowered defiant women that exude nothing but vicious confidence.
Hellz Creative Director, Lanie Alabanza-Barcena expounds, “Inspiration for the graphics were drawn from familiar faces of fashion icons and iconic fashion brands who celebrate them.”
Directed by: Stuart Mar & Grant Wenzlau
Produced by: Epiphany Media, LLC