Review: Suicide Blonde

Introducing Suicide Blonde, a gothic tale of utilitarian leather accessories and eccentric jewellery.

Antithetic themes spellbind the fashion enthusiast with a dark imagination, oscillating between dream and nightmare, the sacred and the profane.

I’ve always been a fan of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, where kick ass leather is charmed with scrunchies, kinky pink and 90’s attitude that’s oh so relevant for the trendy East End girl.

Suicide Blonde adds a vamp fang bite mark into this delicious aesthetic with a modern feel on horror kitsch references. A miniature meat cleaver, a secretive key, and baby skulls are just a few of the trinkets that rock their way into necklaces and tough rings with a decadent silver refined touch. Shopper bags have an industrial energy about them, coin purses look dangerous, and beautifully poisoned rose prints bring about a ‘heart of a fool’ for a gothic romantic infusion.

Look no further for that sinister accessory this season!

Words: Charlie Matthews