Well, considering bitch stole my shoes, the LEAST she could do is let me borrow her kimono. FASHION JAPAN: Hirari Ikeda (Harajuku-Tokyo-Valentine-DOG-Moonspoon Saloon X Buffalo).
Alright. So the post on SWEAR Alternative is gonna be epic. It’s taking some time to pull everything together. I think I’ll have to do an individual post on each model. Currently I have HUNDREDS of pics that I’m trying to organize, I still have a few more resources I need to datamine, plus I need to try and track down the original designers, if at all possible. I also have to work on a […]
Someone, needs to buy these. Just be thankful they’re not my size. Soul Fusion Sneakers with chamber to insert a glow stick. Now where’s my drill and a pair of Swears…..
It’s been pretty challenging trying to track down old pics. The designer profiles/image archives will definitely be a work in progress, I’m going to post what I’ve collected so far and hopefully this will inspire more contributions. If you have any additional photos or company info/history, please hit me up at thetechnosnob (at) gmail (dot) com [post a comment below, email on the fritz] In action: 1995- ?? (latest 2005) Designers: Tony H. Elston and […]
Help me brainstorm old-school rave clothing companies! Here’s what I got so far: Bodybag Buffalo shoes Caffeine Cvalda Cyberdog Deecom DRUMZ Drunknmunky Fiction/FDCO Fornarina Geek Boutique Ghast House of Spy I Clothing Jy Stijls Kikwear Kitchen Orange Lithium LRG OK47 Plastik Wrap Revolve SNUG Industries Space Tribe SWEAR Alternative The People Have Spoken/TPHS Triple 5 Soul UFOs Post any suggestions in the comments!!
Welcome to my third attempt at blogging! Obviously the first two went absolutely nowhere. But really, i’m shocked and appalled I didn’t think of this concept earlier. Those that have known me for a while, know that I fucking love raver clothes. Let’s just say I was stylistically challenged before I was introduced to the joys of Geek Boutique and FDCO. With the crash of the late 90s rave wave, most clothing companies producing garments […]