Friday, 29 October 2010

Trick or Treat Party!

With the most frightening weekend of the year upon us, we can’t ignore the opportunity to join in, having craftily come up with our very own scary spectacle to introduce some new treats to the Wolf & Badger boutique. We will be sure to provide all the glorious eye candy you will ever need in the form of our exciting array of new designers coming into the boutique this coming quarter as of November 1st.

Ahilya, Catherine Zoraida, Clag Design, Fernando Jorge, Henry Christ, Jacqueline Clark, James Dougall, Jasper Garvida, Karen Bartlett, Leonardo Pieroni, Lilee, Lu Flux, Lipop London, Momocreatura, Piano Necktie, Posthuman Wardrobe, Prive Jewellery, Richard Brendon, Rus In Urbe, Shan Valla, Tactile Wonderland along with all the other existing designers shall be introduced on Wednesday the 3rd of November at Wolf & Badger’s very own Trick or Treat Party. Of course Fancy Dress is compulsory, with our event being held only 3 days after Halloween there is no excuse not to recycle those creepy costumes, and with top tunes provided by DJ Rowdy Superst*r you'll soon find yourself under his spell, forgetting any inhibitions you once had. As you can see on our invite only those dressed up can gorge on our sickeningly scrumptious sweets and cocktails – you most certainly won’t want to miss out on those!

And don’t forgo your chance to mingle with a bunch of other creatures of the night at the after-party just round the corner at the Lonsdale in conjunction with their First Wednesdays...we look forward to seeing you all there!

In screaming woods and empty rooms

or gloomy vaults and sunken tombs;

where monks and nuns in dust decay,

and shadows dance at close of day.

Where the bat dips on the wing

and spectral choirs on breezes sing;

where swords of ancient battles clash

and shimmering shades for freedom dash

Where silver webs of spiders weave

and blighted lovers take their leave;

where curses lay the spirits low

and mortal footsteps fear to go.

Where death holds life in grim embrace

its line’s etched on the sinners face;

where e’er the march of time is flaunted

Voices cry - “this place is haunted”

The Haunting by Richard Jones

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