Satan's School for Girls Is Bound to Be Your New Favorite Witchy Brand
Inspired by the 1973 film of the same name.
Indonesian label Satan’s School For Girls is inspired loosely by the 1973 made-for-TV horror film of the same name, but reimagined as a contemporary fashion brand by artist and graphic designer, Natasha Tontey.
Although the name, and the movie it references, clearly have dark overtones, the label itself takes on a playful style, whilst still retaining an aura of general gloominess – just take the signature satan text enveloped by a heart graphic as an example. Key pieces include simple graphic T-shirts boasting the brand’s emblem on the chest, black and white tees with the name “Maria” placed upon the front a long-sleeve top that no doubt acts as the school’s unofficial uniform.
A standout look comes in the form of the label’s mismatched t-shirts, which have a cut-and-paste feel and are formed from differently-colored tees stitched together. For fans of merch, you can also invest in branded vegetarian soaps and a show-stopping satan-emblazoned rug.
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