It’s time for our first site wide sale of 2017!!!!!!!!! We’re working on finalizing the samples for our new collection(s) and we’d like to raise some money to do that, so here’s a chance to add some Gloomth to your closet while saving some dollars- and helping us create some new designs! 🙂
From March 11th, 2017 to March 18th, 2017 get 20% off your total order (not including shipping, and can’t be applied to our monthly deal) with the code:
Just put the code in at checkout to get your discount!!!! Valid on as many orders as you like during that time period, can’t be applied to existing/not-shipped orders, no cash value, can’t be used for our event tickets/workshop costs.
Please share the code and help us pay off our new lines! 😉
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(sorry for the low res phone photos, I didn’t bring my proper camera to the opening)
Recently I was photographed for a gallery project about my neighborhood by 6ix Clicks Collective! The show was called “Focus on Gerrard” and features photos and interviews with people local to the Gerrard St. in Toronto. Gerrard has been home to the Indian Bazaar/Little India for over 50 years and some members of the community have been living and working in this area during that entire time. This part of the city is changing so quickly, in the 6 or so years I’ve lived in this neighborhood I’ve seen the area transform almost overnight.
New art galleries have popped up and shops, cafes, and creative spaces, it’s amazing to see a community blossom and change. Though I know gentrification does have it’s negative effects, small businesses and local communities feel the pressure of increased rent and changes to what they have known for so long. Some of the businesses photographed in the project had even closed before it’s launch, for example.
This week I went to the opening of the show and it was amazing to see my neighbors and all the familiar faces displayed there! The stories vary so widely and it’s really incredible to read them, if you’re in that area please go see the show at the Riverdale Hub’s gorgeous new gallery space.
This project provides a fascinating glimpse into a community changing rapidly, capturing the moment before gentrification either transforms us into another intersection of ugly condo buildings and boring Starbucks- or hopefully before Gerrard become a secure artistic and multicultural hub, buoyed by it’s amazing people and community.
Thank you to 6ix Clicks for including me in this show!
6ix Clicks Collective
I’m wary to attach the label to days or specific protests, it often seems disingenuous to me when companies do that. Like Dove and their bullshit “real” beauty campaigns while still selling skin whiteners and while their parent company owns the “Axe” brand which has such charming (read- barf barf barf) ads. Don’t lie to my face that you’re a part of the struggle when you just want to sell me something. However I personally think these days and the marches and taking action within our communities is vital.
So here’s a few IWD thoughts. While we are fighting every day to claw back the rights governments in North America (and beyond) are pulling from us it’s important to honor those that have come before us in this fight. Who haven’t burnt out in their pursuit of equality in their years of work. Those that have died fighting this. Those that are often silenced by mainstream/commercial feminism or hardly heard from- lift their voices too because we are *all* in this together. Take care of those at risk in your community, participate when you can, and listen to the experiences of women who’s lives are different from your own. They matter. You matter. Keep safe, keep strong, keep fighting this fucking thing.
To the dudes: she shouldn’t have to be your friend, mother, daughter to expect rights and equality- she is a person. Full stop. If she has to matter to you personally to be awarded human rights you need to reconsider your position. Listen to women. Stop silencing us and derailing causes with crap posts on the internet about “womens’ day off”, try to learn why this should be crucial to all humans. If you’re finding all the talk about women exhausting- bummer. Privilege is often something you can’t see from within it, read read read, learn learn learn. We still like you, it’s not about one gender over another- it’s about human rights.
We are on our last bolt of the cranberry red fabric! Once it’s finished up we’ll be offering the wine red color shown above as it’s replacement. It’s such a gorgeous color and a great new choice we think. 🙂
For those that have asked about the romper/playsuit, it’s part of one of our mini themed collections coming soon! Consider it a preview. It won’t be available until the rest of the collection is launched.
March’s Deal of the Month features our popular “Borley Ghost” dress in black! Save $15 on both the standard size and the tailored version of this dress when grabbed through our sale link! 🙂
Our new “Lucy” dress design is now available on the site! This dress was inspired by mourning dresses created for children during the Victorian era, sweet and sorrowful it’s packed with details and would make a great staple in any dark wardrobe!
This dress features a sweet a-line shape with a detail-packed neckline! Ruffles, velvet lacing, bows and more! It would make an ideal spring dress, just layer over your favorite otk socks or tights on warm days.
Available on our site in sizes XS to 2XL or made to your measurements (including plus sizes).
Introducing our gorgeous new “Georgette” dress! Inspired by classic Gothic Lolita styles this dress is the perfect gothic statement piece. Shown modeled by Hexcelle in the tall length, it’s also available in a short length and in a variety of colors!
It features a silky cream lace cross detail similar to our “Mourning Glory” dress but a bit more refined and elegant. The A-line skirt is full enough for a big petticoat (shown here worn with a short cupcake shaped one).
It has long princess style sleeves with puffed shoulders and another band of elastic at the bicep, as well as lace trim at the wrists.
Available on our site in sizes XS-1XL or custom made to measure (including plus sizes)!