There’s a new Hello Kitty collaboration on it’s way and praise the goddess of kawaii that it’s not pink! I can’t remember a time in my life where I wasn’t drawn to this simplistic kitten character, although officially Hello Kitty isn’t a cat, but that’s another story. Today’s story is about this kick-ass collaboration with PUMA to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of their suede shoe design.
Two of my favourite things are Sugarpill Cosmetics and Sanrio characters, so naturally, when I spotted this news on Instagram this morning I did a little squeal of joy. If you don’t know Sugarpill already, where have you been? You can check out some of my old blog posts featuring them linked above and you can also shop a selection at CutECOsmetics.
And here are the first pictures of the Sugarpill Little Twin Stars Limited Edition collection…
You probably already know the nylon clothing brand with a alt, nerd twist, Black Milk, but do you know about Wild Bangarang? Well, these guys are your UK version, based in Sussex, they’re doing a pretty swell job at capturing the geek market. With collaborations with World of Warcraft, Tokidoki and WWE already under their belt, it’s awesome to see this fledgling brand flourish with another ridiculously good collab. I’ve been an Overwatch fan since the start and absolutely love how they’ve translated this to shiny nylon legwear.
I’ve loved cartoons forever. I don’t think there’s been very long in my life where I haven’t swayed towards animated films and television as a preference. I’ll happily watch Cartoon Network all day, even now as an adult and I grew up on Wallace & Gromit stop motion animation. It’s not just for kids either, […]
I visited my Mum and sister just before Christmas to help clear out some of my childhood hoarding before Mum moved house. Amongst my 90s time capsule of all kinds of goth girl and candy coloured treats, was my Polly Pocket collection. Between Polly and Barbie, this is basically my toy history summarised and I […]
You know me, I like to mess around with my hair and give hairdresser’s mild anxiety. However I’ve worked with beauty and hair brands for over 6 years, whilst being interested in the field since forever. I’m also a bit of a nerd when it comes to the science and the ingredients, so I like to think that I go into DIY hair colouring and cutting with some decent knowledge and a little bravery. I’m not professional, although I would have loved to have seen where that career choice may have taken me, I enjoy being in charge of my hair, whilst also being able to save time and money that I don’t always have to pay a professional. If I could pay a professional every time I feel like changing my hair, I would.
Before and After. Photos by Misael Trujillo and edits by me.