Grunge Style Muse: Courtney Love

Girl with the Most Cake: for heidijoe

Courtney Love has a signature style that embodies 90’s grunge in the perfect and most fashionable way possible.  Yes, there may be many people who hate her, but you have to give the girl some credit- she can rock flannel like none other.  Here is an outfit inspired by the rock’n’roll princess herself.

Speaking of, have you guys checked out her clothing line Never The Bride?  It’s made of vintage she’s kept around for over 30 years- crazy, right?

Agyness Deyn for Dr. Martens

Agyness Deyn, English fashion model, actress and singer, has a unique look and an even more interesting style to match.  In my personal opinion, her style is the epitome of the 90’s grunge look.  Although she has done some fashion design before, her collaboration with Dr. Martens, which recently debuted could not be more fitting with her style.  The 90’s grunge, vintage vibe and freeness that inspired her is evident in the collection, which includes apparel, accessories and footwear.  She told Vogue recently, “I wanted the collection to look like someone had gone into a charity shop, like I did when I was a teenager, and come out dressed head-to-toe in what they’d bought.”

The collection includes tartan jumpsuits, button-though maxi dresses covered in daisy prints, tough khaki parkas, checked skirts in green and navy, heart-shaped bags and boots to bring you right back to the last decade.

Here is the film for her collaboration:

Here are some of my favorite pieces from the collection:

This is an acid green heart satchel from the collection, which is a playful take on the classic Dr. Martens satchel.

Oh, this sweater!  Check out the back, below.  So cool, right?!

You can find the entire collection here.  And hey, even if you’re not a fan of the 90’s grunge movement, its still interesting to ogle and reminisce about.  It brings me back to the 90’s, when I got my first pair of Dr. Martens, a nice pair of floral printed maroon boots.

Do Dr. Martens invoke any nostalgic memories for any of you?  What do you guys think of the collection?