Models: Jon Oswald & Hannah Doerksen, Photographer: Lamson To
Alright dudes, here is a sneak preview of the first Tunnel Vision lookbook. You can get a little taste of the craziness on which we have been working. Yes, that's a bindi and a backwards baseball cap paired with a sequined bustier. Wait until you see the rest of the photos. They totally blew my mind.
I've been trying to wrap my head around what I want us to accomplish with Tunnel Vision. There are so many amazing vintage stores on the web; how do you stand out from the rest? What makes our store different? I think I finally wrapped my head around an answer. Our store is just a little nuts. No, really. It's kinda out there. However, that doesn't stop our product from being wearable for the right kind of guys and gals. For example, I don't know what most vintage lovers would do with a sequined bustier, but we paired it with a backwards baseball cap and Harley Davidson motorcycle boots.
What I hope we accomplish with Tunnel Vision is this:
- having tons of merchandise in the store at all times
- having hard-to-find vintage pieces...crazy embroidered maxi skirts and leather-and-fur jackets and beautiful printed dresses
- offering crazy customized vintage pieces
- (eventually) carrying Bad Vibes, the house brand of Brit's and my designs.
- always being a little unexpected
- keeping you all constantly engaged
I am crossing my fingers that when we open, we won't let you down with any of these things.
What do you guys think? What is missing from most online vintage stores?
What could we do with Tunnel Vision that would make you want to high-five us?