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KILLSTAR And Twin Temple Collab On “Enchanting” Clothing Line

[Photo via KILLSTAR]

Something wicked this way comes with a new collaboration from Twin Temple and KILLSTAR. The satanic doo-wop act mixes the dark and sinister with ‘60s-inspired designs. “We hope you enjoy, just as much as we enjoyed making it,” frontwoman Alexandra James says in an Instagram Reel

The devious collection dropped today on the KILLSTAR site and features a range of pieces. From cozy leggings and sweaters that showcase a bleeding Twin Temple logo to vampire-esqe dresses that’ll frighten any believer. A statement Viper handbag, earrings, and choker are also up for grabs to accessorize to the nines. A spiderweb cowboy long-sleeve is also available so people can embrace their true ya’llternative selves.

Something interesting about garments with the red Fleur-de-lis pattern is that their logo appears woven throughout. Making not only a statement garment but probably some of the most elegant band merch out there. The overall color motif sticks to lacey white, black, and the bloodiest of reds so that you look the most villainous on your way to the next gig, a date, or something more sinister.

[Photos via KILLSTAR]

James’ favorite look she says in a video on their Instagram, is a short, velvet mini-dress with flared sleeves and delicate white fabric cascading out to give a sinister, yet innocent appearance to any ghoulish femme. The line ranges from $25-$70 and some items are already selling out. Fans can browse through the limited collection on the KILLSTAR site.

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The alternative clothing retailer says on their site that this is a “spellbinding union…This exclusive collection intertwines the distinctive statements of Twin Temple with KILLSTAR’s unwavering dedication to quality and originality.”

The duo recently released their latest album God Is Dead last October via their label, Pentagrammaton Records. They also performed at a sold-out show at the Hollywood Palladium in 2023 with T.S.O.L. and Tiger Army

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