vintage Angel tour shirt, vintage David Ackerman platform boots, Alexadra Cassaniti money bag, vintage flannel, Blood Milk butterfly knife necklace, vintage bangles, Betsey Johnson peacock ring, Lucky Brand copper/turquoise snake ring, Ray Ban aviators.
At the suggestion of Jayne (of Stop it Right Now), I recently acquired this canvas & leather money bag by Alexandra Cassaniti, which is basically the best thing I own.
The long leather strap can either be left clipped to the base so you can wear it as a backpack, or unclipped and it turns into a drawstring shoulder or crossbody bag. Words can't describe the hard-on I have for this bag -- thank you, Jayne!
I can't even tell you how long it took me to find an Angel shirt, but I'll have this one forever. Bobby and I fight over this Betsey Johnson peacock ring, which was a gift from my mother two birthdays ago.
Loving my vintage David Ackerman boots, as always.
All photos by JF &hearts
Angel are/were Casablanca's "white" version of KISS and, like Pentagram, were formed in the D.C. area in the 70s. Although my favorite Angel album is 1976's Helluva Band, which is more progressive than glam, their most notable release is probably 1977's On Earth As It Is In Heaven:
"That Magic Touch," off of On Earth As It Is In Heaven. The only thing I don't like about this song is the weird fade-out in the end; they should've just closed it with a lead, but whatever. I still fucking love this band.
My dear friend Amanda and I are going to the Maryland Deathfest tomorrow. Pentagram hits the stage at 7:30 PM. Say hi if you see us there! xo