Kelly Horrigan is a fashion designer and educator. Through her company KHH | Kelly Horrigan Handmade she creates one-of-a-kind leather designs that combine old-world techniques with modern aesthetic. She earned her BFA in fashion design and has since been a professor at Pratt Institute’s fashion department. Her work has been featured in the pages of the Fader, Surface, Fiasco Homme and Velvetpark Magazine, The New York Times and seen on here! and Bravo TV.
Lee Free is a freelance songwriter, poet, drummer/percussionist, and composer based in Brooklyn, NY. Lee believes in the religion of rock, the power of power tools and the responsibility of the wordsmith. A lover of the high seas, and a humble student of the internal martial arts you can find Lee kicking it behind the kit with Electric Junkyard Gamelan and the Circus Amok Band.
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Kelly and I arrived in Los Angeles, two alien beings from New York with only a few days to explore car culture, eat in Korea Town as much as possible, thrift store hunt everywhere, and (unintentionally) make a special trip … Continue reading
If you’re looking for the epitome of fierceness look no further than Shelley Nicole. Whether she’s rocking out with her band Shelley Nicole’s blaKbüshe, healing you with “Rock ‘N Reiki”, or just walking down the streets of Brooklyn, you will take … Continue reading
This is a unique Seen & Herd. Our subject is Meg Foley. She is wearing a custom KHH feather collar & necklace that was made for her wedding. Meg influenced the color, the design, and the types of feathers all … Continue reading
How did we end up on the tiny island of Koh Phangan in the Gulf of Thailand? This is the short version of a long tale of three hard working musicians, one hard working fashion designer and a whole lot … Continue reading
When we first meet the extraordinary facial guru Reneata Collins, she’s feeling like “something needs to be plucked on someone’s face, and that’s only the beginning…” Reneata is in the harrowing and hilarious throes of a warm Mancos, Colorado winter. … Continue reading
When Jenny Romaine calls your phone, you know there is something awesome happening somewhere and Jenny wants you to be a part of it. The conversation may go like this, “I’m uptown everyone is wearing plushy heads and we’re dancing … Continue reading