Last week we brought you fashion from Ed Hardy… this week we are upping the ante and delivering to you the awesome, raw and unapologetic couture of Iron Fist. “Made with Love for a Heartless World” is their mantra and the Iron Fist name says it all. If you are bored of your old wardrobe and looking to shake things up, then Iron Fist is exactly what the doctor ordered!
Refusing to be compartmentalized and typecast as a skate, punk, hip hop or tattoo brand, Iron Fist is a company that has remained diverse and innovative placing an emphasis on individual style. Iron Fist was originally started by two South African friends Mike van Senus and Travis Anderson. The brand became a widely popular in a relatively short time due to its approach of incorporating the art of some of the worlds best Tattoo and Street Artists.
At Iron Fist you can find apparel accentuating the darker side of fashion — where the underground subculture brings to life unique graphics and offbeat alternative styles.
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10 years ago only a select few knew the name Ed Hardy and more than likely it was because they were affiliated with the tattoo world in some form or fashion… Oddly enough, it is fashion that has make Ed Hardy’s name a staple in both the fashion and tattoo industry today.
Don Ed Hardy, who attended the San Francisco Art Institute and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in printmaking, studied under another tattoo artist (who also has a name in fashion and rum) Sailor Jerry Collins. Through his relationship with Sailor Jerry, Hardy moved to Japan in 1973 to apprentice under the Japanese classical tattoo master Horihide. Hardy began making a name for himself by incorporating Japanese tattoo aesthetics and techniques into his own American stylized work.
You can still find Ed tattooing at his shop, Tattoo City, located at 700 Lombard Street (corner of Mason) in the heart of San Francisco’s historic North Beach.
A random encounter between French expat and fashion designer Christian Audigier and Don Ed Hardy turned into a tattoo fashion phenomenon. More than 5,000 celebrities, athletes and musicians such as David Beckham, Madonna and Dwight Howard, among others, are seen wearing the Ed Hardy brand, and now you can find Ed Hardy on beruby!
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Audrey Hepburn, Marylin Monroe and Greta Garbo — all ladies who graced our movies screens in the 40’s, 50’s, and 60’s and who continue to fashionably inspire us today.
The most popular vintage gal to make a comeback is none other than Audrey Hepburn. Inspiring a number of celebrities today with her look, Audrey Hepburn was one of the world’s most stylish women – creating many fashion trends. Hepburn’s most recognizable wardrobe pieces and hairstyles come from her 1961 romantic comedy Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Her french twist, big sunglasses, long cigarettes and, of course, the little black dress have become synonymous with class and femininity.
If you are looking to emulate Hepburn or just have a love for vintage — Here are some tips to get that vintage look without spending too much money!
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