Lou Reed, David Bowie and Iggy Pop — the Dorchester, London, July 16, 1972
Mick Rock: I was determined to get that shot. I remember pulling all three of them together but they were all happy to do it. “The Terrible Trio” or “the Unholy Trinity,” as I dubbed them! David was going off to the States, and Lou and Iggy were there because they were his pals. Ziggy Stardust had just been released, and Raw Power and Transformer had not yet been released, so it was definitely a moment in time. As well as influencing music, David, Lou, and Iggy had a huge cultural reverberation.
Thank you, Frock!
Frock is extremely excited to be carrying the FW13 collection from Brooklyn/Oakland-based designer feralchilde. The collection is so aptly named The Ghost Ship Gradient as it draws inspiration from the view of New York Harbour from the designer’s Brooklyn studio windows at night. Deep rich colours on opulent fabrics with refined prints are layered to create an old-world and subtly nautical style.
It should come as no surprise that the two talented designers behind this label both have fine art backgrounds. This artistic spirit is injected into all of their collections and projects, which incorporate collage, film, performance, photography and music.
Stop by frock and try on select items from their collection, including:
- Smock Top in Shuttle Loom Jacquard
- Faust Skirt in Hearts and Gulls Print
- Harbor Coat
- HMS Jumpsuit
via IDEA Books
Flo Gennaro @ Silent For Feral Childe Fall 2013
Thomas Card via Lookbooks.com
Portrait of Marianne Faithfull via Improbables Librairies, Improbables Bibliothèques.