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Instead of a traditional presentation of her 2012 Spring/Summer Collection, jewelry designer Pamela Love is setting up a pop-up tattoo parlor at Milk/Made’s Digital Bar from September 8th to September 9th.
Jewelry designer Pamela Love is taking a break from showing her collections, but in order to still be involved in fashion week she is setting up a pop-up tattoo parlor. Manned by two of Love’s close friends Minka Sicklinger and Patrick “Fish” King, the parlor will have a selection of designs that were illustrated by her husband, Matthew Jameson Nelson Love.
All tattoos are inspired by Love’s classic collection featuring arrowheads, skulls, and dreamcatchers. From September 8th – 9th, Love and her friends will be hanging out at the Milk/Made Digital Bar at the tattoo parlor shop. They will be showing the film The Holy Mountain and Nokia will be spinning music all day long, so who can resist a chance to get tattoos and music while hanging out with one of fashions most innovative jewelry designers. Sign us up.