In 1972, David Bowie became the ultra glam sex god — Ziggy Stardust. No one can argue that Bowie’s looks redefined gender, glam, sex, and rock n’ roll forever. His looks were filled with fantasy and flair from glitter suits and avant-garde kimonos, to space age jumpsuits — all coming from the mind of one man… Japanese designer, Kansai Yamamoto. Yamamoto is responsible for all of the Ziggy Stardust looks from his ‘Space Samarai’ to his ‘Spring Rain’ costume; with giant rounded legs, sequin stripes, and tear away red side panels. All of the world’s eyes were hypnotized by the babe that is Ziggy Stardust. Here are some of Yamamoto’s looks that set the stage for the rest of the glam rock revolution…
Happy Holidays Bandit Babes! We made a special playlist just for you, filled with 25 songs to keep you rockin’ and rollin’ all holiday season. A Bandit Christmas is a little bit of soul, a little bit of rock, and a whole lotta attitude! We hope you’ll be tapping your toes and shaking your booty just like we will be as we listen to this in the office leading up to Christmas.
For our Fall/14 collection launch, we held an Instagram contest to see our customer’s creativity and inspiration through graphic design with our ‘A Western Romance’ lookbook. Here are some of the incredible entries & winners.. We love you BANDITS, you inspire us everyday! x
The2Bandits ‘A Western Romance’ photographed by Harper Smith, styled by Coryn Madley, modeled by Allie Crandell, hair & makeup by Ramsell Martinez & Kali Kennedy.
Artwork by: @sunshine_stephanie @jessicamichelletaylor @sheprobablyhatesyou @wucan @liz__frances
Here at 2B, we were inspired to make a playlist that embodies our style, spirit & all around attitude. This playlist consists of all female rock bands from the 1960s. A lot of the bands seen here never made it BIG, but they impacted the music community immensely. These girls are the definition of Bandit Babes. Bang! Bang!
1. The Hairem – Hey You
2.Plommons – Last train to Liverpool
3.Continental Co-ets – I Don’t Love You No More
4.The Debutantes – A New Love Today (1966)
5.The Daughters Of Eve
6.The Girls – My Baby
7.The What Four – I’m Gonna Destroy That Boy (1966)
A playlist of Bandit tunes we’re currently jamming to in the office. Enjoy! xx