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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