According to Alternative Nation, Courtney Love has started a new clothing line drawing inspiration from her memoir, Dirty Blonde: The Diaries Of Courtney Love. Photos of the clothes are below.
The Hole lead singer published the book back in 2006. It comprised of diary entries, photos, letters, collages, poetry, posters for gigs, and a whole lot more.
Love has now joined forces with designer label Midnight Studios to produce a collection that features some of those items stamped or printed onto them. The line contains a range of jumpers, shirts, trousers, and bags.
The collection will be available at Hypebeast’s HYPEFEST exclusively and it takes place in Brooklyn this weekend on October 6-7 th.You can check out some of the garments that will be up for sale below.
Courtney Love will be the star of a special tribute show held in the upstate New York art venue Basilica Hudson later this month on October 27 th. The event will be run by her ex fellow bandmate Melissa Auf der Maur and artist Joe Mama-Nitzberg and will comprise of appearances from of Michael Stipe, Chloë Sevigny, the National’s Aaron Dessner and Ryan McGinley.
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