We have a limited stock right now of our Haute Macabre scent by Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab, ready to ship immediately! Our first run sold out three times over in less than a week, so if you missed out, grab one, and do it right now.
Bottled by Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab exclusively for Haute Macabre, this original scent is a blend of oak leaf, bourbon vanilla, almond husk, and black leather accord darkened by a 13 year aged patchouli.
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If you’re still waiting for your order from our first run, they’re all (finally) on their way, and you should receive them shortly!
Please welcome our newest advertiser, Five and Diamond!
A cross selection of alternative clothing, Five and Diamond carries over 100 lines made into small batches by independent designers from all over the world. There is something for everyone (at least, for those with an open mind!), catering to all who are looking for something unique to add to their wardrobe. Five and Diamond has a store front boutique in San Francisco’s Mission District, and can also be found online at fiveanddiamond.com.
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Icelandic designer Sruli Recht combines influences from science fiction and cyberpunk to industrial design and Russian constructivism into some of the more interesting menswear I’ve seen in a while. Plus, his gentlemen’s accessories include the Umbuster, an umbrella with an ‘ergonomically positioned knuckle
duster handle configuration’. Now, that’s a sexy brolly.
The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art presents PUNK: Chaos to Couture, on view from May 9 through August 14, 2013. The exhibit will “examine punk’s impact on high fashion from the movement’s birth in the 1970s through its continuing influence today.”, and features a swath of designers inculding Yohji Yamamoto, Gareth Pugh, Martin Margiela and Vivienne Westwood.
For those of us not living in the New York area, the exhibit will be accompanied by a book, Punk: Chaos to Couture (Metropolitan Museum of Art) by Andrew Bolton.