Little rock n roller over on the East Side. Laced up thigh-highs and leopard everything. Three olive dirty Martini and a manicure. Rock n roll requests at beauty bar till all hours of the night, dancing around the discotheque. Channeling Blondie in more ways the one, the future of rock n roll and the nights spend running around New York City.
“Heart Of Glass” was Blondie’s first single. And according to my dad (rock n roll guru) it crossed a lot of bridges for music. It fused rock and disco/dance sounds for the first time in the late 70s. Blondie and her band also had sort of a punk image at the time when punk rock was really popular – but they were not even adhering to the sound that necessarily went with that style.
In this post, I am wearing a full look from New York store, Rebel Circus! It’s really nice for me to be able to work with brands that are not only representing New York, but also bringing e-commerce to a more punk rock crowd. Expect a lot more rock n roll goodness from us in the upcoming months.
green leopard dress by Rebel Circus
fishnet bow thigh-highs by Rebel Circus
paige leopard shoes by Rebel Circus
photos by David Aronson