After years of having garment rails in my lounge I now have a dedicated wardrobe for clients to browse. One of every stye and size of Skilt available – all neat and tidy. Next time you are in London why not come over and have a look?
And a toe curling brew it looks to be too. Check out all the old school exercise equipment in the background. It turns out that Dave runs the London Longsword Academy. So if you ever need to take revenge against a six fingered man … you know where to go for training.
Fast becoming a destination for stylists, models, performers and dramatic fashionistas of all types, Torture Garden & Wasted Chic present the fourth instalment of a new shopping experience aimed at those with unconventional tastes…Featuring a curated selection of underground fashion & all things daring- think couture latex, custom corsetry, elaborate headresses, tempting lingerie, luxury leather, and exotic jewels….set across 3 floors in sumptuous & award-winning venue McQueen Shoreditch, we also have premium cocktails for just £5 & a sublime soundtrack provided by Torture Garden & Wasted Chic DJs to add to the fun.
Designers will be selling items for immediate purchase on the day, but will also be taking deposits for pre-order, allowing you a chance to meet with them, see samples in the flesh, and discuss your requirements, making purchasing that special item even easier…..a great opportunity to purchase something unique in time for those Torture Garden’s Birthday Ball, Belle Epoque, springtime soirees or your naughty nights in.
**Those that have come ‘Dressed to Impress’ will be invited into our pop-up portrait studio to have their look captured by our talented in house photographer, Gothic Image**
£7 entry on the door
£5 entry if you let me know today (Thursday) so I can put you on our guest list
See you there!
Clothing is a deeply political statement. Here at Skilt we wholeheartedly support all our sisters in their right to wear trousers (or whatever else they choose – including nothing).
Wearing a kilt out in public is not always the easiest thing for a man to do. It takes balls. But really it is nothing like what women in some other countries still face. Show your solidarity with them by wearing your kilt with pride.
Making a Union Flag kilt is a bit like doing a jigsaw. The guys in the workshop have been hard at work finding the corners, completing the edges, filling in the sky … and, happily all the pieces were there. We now have Union Flag kilts in stock. Buy one here.
As you probably know Movember is the mens’ health charity. All around the world men, most of whom are usually clean shaven, grow a moustache from scratch during the month of November in order to raise awareness and cash.
Multiple Skilt owner Nick FfFoulkes has gone one better. In addition to growing the tache, he is wearing a Skilt every day as he works as a kitchen fitter. He’s not wearing a plain Skilt either … but one with kitties on it (ahh!)
Please show your support for mens’ health and Nick by sponsoring him here.
Nice one Nick!
This beautiful photomontage is by four time Sports Photographer of the Year Andy Hooper. It features English athletes on the way to Commonwealth Games glory.
Second from the left is Adam Gemili, 20. Athletics – 100m, 4x100m relay.
Vaulting Hadrian’s Wall on the right is Max Whitlock, 21. Artistic gymnastics – floor, pommel horse, all-round and team event.
A dozen male train drivers in Sweden have circumvented a ban on shorts by wearing skirts to work in hot weather.
The workers, who operate the Roslagsbanan line north of the capital Stockholm, have been wearing skirts to work for the past two weeks.
Employer Arriva banned the drivers from wearing shorts after taking over the running of the line in January.
But the company has given the men its blessing to wear skirts, according to local newspaper Mitti.”
Our thinking is that one should look decent and proper when representing Arriva and the present uniforms do that. If the man only wants [to wear] a skirt then that is OK,” Arriva communications manager Tomas Hedenius told the paper.
“To tell them to do something else would be discrimination.”
Driver Martin Akersten told the BBC he and his colleagues came up with the idea to wear skirts after they were informed of the new company dress code in the winter.
“We have always said that when summer comes, we will get some skirts and wear them. Its very warm weather here so we would like to wear shorts but if we cant then we have skirts for comfort”.