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Fashion, Artists and Jewellery Spotlight: UGLY SHYLA

It is very difficult to place Louisiana Artist Ugly Shyla into one box. On one (severed) hand she’s a Doll Maker – moulding her creations from scratch and painstakingly constructing each piece to perfection – but she’s also an Alt Model, an Upcycled & Original Fashion Designer, has a home open to all creatures in need and has awesome permanently blue hair!

Shyla’s DIY Clothing line – Execution Style Clothing – has graced the pages of Bizarre Magazine and features upcycled modified vintage pieces adorned with her own art prints, excellent-condition vintage clothing and original macabre curio jewellery featuring conjoined twins, Baphomets and broken dolls.

Carrying a Victorian-Mortuary-meets-Slient-Hill theme, Execution Style pieces are exclusively One-of-a-Kind and often feature distressed silkscreen art prints by Shyla such as Death Angels and broken dolls on anything from flouncy, ruffly bridal dresses – modified and styled into ‘Haunting Dresses’- to Army Shirts, Nurse dresses, Pretty Gypsy Shirts and artificially stained ‘Mortuary Aprons’.

Creations are even Cat-Friendly!
Shyla’s Accessory line can be found in her Ugly Art Dolls Etsy Shop, which, along with her Dolls, offers necklaces, handbags and hats featuring curio and unusual sculpted charms and pieces such as doll heads, conjoined twins and religious imagery. Necklaces are made with either fabric or metal and there are gorgeous large stamped statement pieces adorned with skulls and lace proclaiming words such as ‘Terror’ or ‘Eek!’ which shows that if you’re gonna do it Goth, at least do it properly!
Execution Style is perfectly priced and a must-have for Partygoers who don’t follow the crowd, and makes sure that you’ll stand out in a room full of latex-enthusiasts.

Execution Style on Etsy
Ugly Art Dolls on Etsy

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Heavily influenced by Rainbows, Punk, Fairies and Japan’s Harijuko girls, Gobbolino offers everything a Punky Pixie needs!¬† From stretchy ballerina¬† tops, gorgeous flower fairy hair extensions and handpainted wings – for when yours gets tired of Magical Mischief – to Menswear, kawaii Animal hats and fluro, fuzzy, cute and evil bags.¬† As well as the new line which features Bear Snood Hoods and 50’s-style Head Scarves, Gobbolino also creates complete One-offs in a variety of sizes – check out their range of loud and snuggly airbrushed Jumpers and Cardigans!

Based in sunny Brighton and established in the late 90’s, Gobbolino was born when 17-year old College Student Kate began selling her customised clothing in Camden’s Electric Ballroom once a week. Teamed up with her artsy Mum, they opened up a Shop in the Stables Market and it soon became clear that Kate wouldn’t need the standard fast-food or bar job to support herself through College. Gobbolino’s popularity soared, and it was only a matter of time before Kate’s creations were fighting with her first-year University schedule and she faced the looming decision to choose between the two.
Kate went with her heart – and it certainly paid off.
Gobbolino creations can be found in many independent boutiques across the globe as far as Germany, Italy and Japan and continues to spread it’s rainbow tendrils- the world has indeed caught Punk Rock Fairy Fever!