mystic tree-filled forests, and rolling hills of Southern California
with our newest collection – Topanga Canyon.
Spring ’16: Throw on that Doors vinyl and be transported to the desert with our new festival ready collection. Beaded hand pieces, chokers, long necklaces, and very special adorned bandanas.. these pieces fit that perfect 70s vibe for any festival or psychedelic shindig. Modeled by: Pearl Charles & Abrielle Stedman Photography & Mixed Media Artwork: Dana Trippe | Shop the NEW collection here!
This collection is filled with statement fringe, turquoise & coastal vibes. Shot by Asher Moss, Modeled & Styled by Amy Soderlind & Jill Anderson, Beauty by Joshua Conover.
Here at 2BHQ, we are forever worshiping bad ass Bandit Babes of cinema. Therefore, we’ve made ya’ll a list of some of our favorite westerns filled with only the greatest of Bandit Babes. These straight shooters of film really perfected the Rodeo Queen look – complete with gun smoke, horses, and simmering scowls. Can we just go back to the ol’ wild west? Get ready to marathon and also, watch out boys…
Jane Fonda as Cat Ballou (1965)
Brigitte Bardot straight scowlin’ in Les Petroleuses (1971)
Ann Margaret shootin’ em up in Viva Las Vegas (1964)
Brigitte Bardot is the ultimate Bandit Babe in Shalako (1968)Sharon Stone being all kinds of bad ass in The Quick and the Dead (1995)Brigitte Bardot photographed on the set of Shalako (1968)Anna Karina is pure cowgirl perfection.The smoldering Giovanna Ralli in A Professional Gun (1968)Renegade, Raquel Welch in 100 Rifles (1969)Jane Fonda still holdin’ em up in Cat Ballou (1965)
Ann Margaret in The Train Robbers (1973)Rodeo Queen, Audrey Hepburn
Claudia Cardinale in Once Upon a Time in the West (1968)Literally The 2 Bandits, Salma Hayek and Penélope Cruz, in Bandidas (2006)Marianna Hill in Along the Great Divide (1951)And finally, this mega girl-gang of Andie MacDowell, Mary Stuart Masterson, Madeleine Stowe and Drew Barrymore in Bad Girls (1994)
Picture it: The year is 1967. The place: Laurel Canyon. Tucked away in the hills of Los Angeles, bohemian bungalows fill the canyon inhabited by the coolest and most talented in the music industry. Marijuana smoke fills the air and Frank Zappa could take a stroll down the road and hear the tunes of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young’s guitars echoing through the hills. Graham Nash moved out to LA to stay with his lover, Joni Mitchell. All hanging out together, co-writing songs, taking drugs, and messing around.. David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Michelle Philips, Linda Ronstadt, Mama Cass, The Rolling Stones, Frank Zappa, and Jackson Browne were just a few of the groovy rock ‘n’ roll Bandits that were making history in the free love world of Laurel Canyon. Other stars from all of the world were known to have frequented the canyon to visit their famous friends, too. Here are some dreamy stills from the time we all wish we could go back to and be a part of…