Friday, January 08, 2010

Indie Label to Watch: Evil Twin


I heard about this Australian label called Evil Twin and was immediately drawn to its edgy, cool look! Designed by Jodie Mckenzie, the line is about dark, street punk pieces without a hefty price tag. She also blogs at Platinum Evil. Hmm, reminds me a little of previous "Project Runway" winner Jeffery Sebelia's aesthetic: a mix between LA casual rocker and goth. Couldn't you see Siouxsie Sioux rocking these pieces??

Right now I can only find a few pieces online at the Australian site General Pants. Prices range from around $60 AUD (about $55 US dollars) to $200 AUD (around $184 US dollars).

I really want those garter-inspired pants in the top right corner, will a US boutique please start stocking??? Someone tell Pixie Market for me, thanks! Or give me money to start my own boutique since I obviously have the best taste ever and would easily make millions :P

Comments

Alyssa said...

I need to make a brief design rant here. When will people realize that no matter how cool and flashy you're website is, if its not easy to use and functional it does you no good!!

I really wanted to check out the Evil Twin Line, but I gave up almost immediately because it takes, like a full *forever* to expand a photo, close it and switch to the next.

Argh!

Dream Sequins said...

I can see bloggers loving these. They're shiny and bodycon. :)

Glendy said...

OHHHH HAwtness, I like the batwing jacket it looks fabulous :)

liz said...

love the line. into the tights and winged jacket.

to alyssa- i opened up the site fine? maybe it was your connection?

in general though, i completely agree, functionality should def. come first.

pixelhazard said...

I obviously havent been scouring gp vigilantly enough. I'll have to keep my eye out next time

Cafe Fashionista said...

I am truly so fully in love with this collection - absolutely stunning! I can totally see Taylor Momsen rocking these looks!! :)

designer clothes said...

"Have a really good idea of what you want your label to be. Come up with a strong philosophy and decide who your customer is. Most importantly stay true to your aesthetic." This is what she said in an interview when asked about idea to start for a new label

Party Dresses said...

t was such a beautiful collection and the music was spot-on. Amazing presentation.

hassam said...

I can see bloggers loving these