Horse with no name.
by Tara Emily
It’s about time that Muddy Thrills was taken off the streets and into the party scene – I mean, how many times do we ever go out in our day wear? (yeah, ok, it happens more often then not)
I was lucky enough to be invited to the Horse With No Name ‘When art meets fashion’ launch party last night, and I thought this might be the perfect opportunity to test out my ideas to meet and introduce to the world, the ‘party people’ – or in this case, fashion-party-people.
Andy has just started his own fashion label, Anhika. Of course, almost everything that he is wearing comes from his line – what’s cool about the line is that it’s designed to be genderless. If you love what you see, it is being stock listed at Horse With No Name. Andy is loving Melbourne psych folk band Aleks and the Ramps, Check out their song Middle Aged Unicorn on Beach with Sunset
Kamahl is the bubbly and excited owner of Horse With No Name, whose dream is to support local and Australian designers. When I asked him what music he was loving, he laughed and told me that he had pulled out the Angus and Julia Stone album A Book Like This again – which made him feel old! Remind yourself of that stupidly overplayed classic, Big Jet Plane
Rechelle & Zachary.
I first saw these kids trying on clothes inside the shop – in fact, Zachary has just purchased the gold shirt with the skull top button that he is wearing! Zachary has just started his own cafe, My Legendary Girlfriend on domain road. The whole concept of the cafe is channelled around the music of the British band, Pulp. I’m really excited to check it out soon! Zachary is listening to 30 Seconds to Mars, Hurricane. Have a listen below:
Rechelle on the other hand is studying Graphic Design AND interning at Fashion Journal. Lucky Duck. She loves Prince – so appropriately she chose the song Purple Rain (How good are 1980s film clips!?)
Leah & Tamara.
These two lovely ladies were at the party representing Fashion Journal. In fact, I had been perving on Tamara’s shoulder padded tough top for quite a bit of time before I picked up the nerve to come and speak to them! Tamara is rocking out to Interpol’s Slow Hands, whilst Leah is loving the American/New Zealand Indie band Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s self titled debut album – have a listen to their amazingness with Ffunny Ffriends below:
This brand new fiery red head is the owner of No Stone on Greville St. I loved her because whilst she claimed she wasn’t a ‘pink’ person, she was one of the very few people at the party who wasnt wearing everything black or at the very least, head to toe in bleak colours. Musically speaking, she is loving Adele’s superhit Rolling in the Deep – for a treat, I have uploaded a live version so we can all appreciate her talents.
Well that’s that. Until next time.