The appropriation of the early nineties rolls on....
So doe deer, idol to many, enemy to many too, has launched yet another 90's inspired product, and this time it's a palette that has all those colours that look like the cool shit from an era that you probably didn't live through, so have no idea how irritating it is for us that did.
However, given that I still work in music, and people still are vastly wrong about my age (i'm 36 this year, but still get ID'd to buy alcohol) I do happily rock the looks I was in the early nineties. To prove my credentials, here's a t shirt I regularly wear in bed....
L7 Smell The Magic t shirt I bought in 91, complete with holes
So you can probably see how weird it is for me that my little early nineties world has become big business, Bleach London for example, wholesaling everything, and charging crazy prices whilst they're at it, but you have to applaud them, as my mate who runs a label that I won't name, but was a big name in the 80's and early 90's, that is now seen on virtually every youth in london, "it's not clever, we just did shit at the right time and got fucking rich".
And with that, us people, who actually cared about shit in the 90's, our souls collapse and die, for everything we believed in ultimately, meant nothing.
ENOUGH. ENOUGH OF THAT.
So yeah, Lime Crime are bringing out a palette, the colours are fucking amazing and I love it and I want it despite it being vastly overpriced.
Look. It's here. Look at pictures of it.
Yep. I want and need all those shades. My look is basically always 'I haven't slept and I am probably unwell in the extreme' on purpose. This will help with that, but perhaps make me look slightly magical too. I hope.
It's currently out of stock, but keep an eye on Cocktail Cosmetics and you can pick it up for £35.