Courtney Love's Clothing Line is Less of a Mess Than We Expected
Oct 26, 2012 - by Emily Draznik
Infamously troubled rocker Courtney Love has recently shared looks from her fashion label Never the Bride and much like her career, the line is focused around her love of things from a "bygone era".
Courtney Love has just released looks from her fashion label Never the Bride that are comprised of customized vintage clothing. Modelled by Chloe Norgaard, the line is made of revamped vintage items that the singer picked up from the Paramount Pictures wardrobe during the 1980s.
The pieces were taken from Courtney's 1983 stint at Paramount's wardrobe department when she was asked to clear out some moldy vintage pieces from storage. Well one person's trash is Courtney Love's treasure and 30 years later, we have a clothing line to thank for it.
It was announced four years ago that the singer would be creating a fashion label, but it was not until 2011 that Courtney actually acquired the license. The singer stated that the collection would be available on Net-a-Porter, but it is not confirmed as to when.
Romanticism and nostalgia reign true in Courtney's vintage collection as Victorian era clothing has been mixed with modern grunge aspects. Leave it to Courtney Love to transform once trash into high fashion and we'll be keeping our eyes peeled for when it hits stores.