|Smiths in Wynn Smith collection
|Posted on Thu, Feb 17 2000 at 8:58 a.m. PST
across photos from a fashion show by designer Wynn
Smith. His line is called "wink" and,
for fall, his inspiration was American Gothic and
The Smiths. Tee shirts and other items of clothing
were printed with lines such as "Bigmouth
Here is a link
to the page.
friday, february 11th
"American Gothic" was the theme for
Wink's '80s-inspired collection, which
included direct references to such pop-culture
icons as The Smiths. T-shirts and leggings
were inscribed with "Bigmouth Strikes
Again" in bold letters; dark, loose
coats, reminiscent of Ally Sheedy in The
Breakfast Clubwere worn with zip pants and
flat ankle boots. There were also pleated
skirts, low-waisted sweatshirt dresses and
satin-cuffed jeans—ideal urban-combat gear.
The show ended with a navy-washed strapless
dress—the one that the bad, pretty girl, who
in junior high smoked in between classes,
would have worn to the prom.
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i knew it!! i saw some things like that at work a while ago but couldn't see it up close... and i knew it said something about the smiths...damn... thats so bad ass...=)
xavier <[email protected]>
- Thu, Feb 17, 2000 at 12:01:09 (PST) | #1
DEAR GOD (so to speak) it BEGINS!!!--80's nostalgia is upon us. Heavy Metal (again) is next...
Watt White <[email protected]>
- Thu, Feb 17, 2000 at 14:36:57 (PST) | #2
does anyone know where you can order/pay for that shirt online?
- Thu, Feb 17, 2000 at 17:12:09 (PST) | #3
Is Moz going to sue the designer for royalties next? I think the designer should make one that says "Devious, truculent & unreliable" hehe...
- Fri, Feb 18, 2000 at 22:27:34 (PST) | #4
* return to Morrissey-solo