Shop the Rebellionheirs!!!

After a million emails from our readers demanding some way

to buy our threads seen at all of our events

.... its finally happening!!!

antidote LA, the Rebellionheirs' online store is up and ready for you to
purchase high end threads at sample prices!

& We accept major credit cards, too!
(click the antidote LA link below)

Limited Quantities available, and its first come first served...
So make your purchase today!!

You'll be so happy you did!


Streetwear goes Haute

I dont know how I feel about this "exclusive Adidas SLVR AW 09 video" i stumbled upon on the Nylon Magazine website. Perhaps I'm just too a.d.d for black and white combo'd with down tempo instrumental background tunes.


I do like the designs though; theyre refreshingly simple and yet oh so chic, with hollow-neck jerseys, tight shiny leggings, and a fusion of comfort and style not seen since the days of Norma Kamali, as reported by Nylon Magazine.

check it out. share your opinon.


Call it a day

BLOOMFEST was a blast! It was great to meet all of you! Your pictures will be up shortly. Sorry for the delay... I've been living off my outlook express reminders as of late. I will have them up in the next few days. Promise!!!

You're all beautiful people. We love you & thank you.


Black drops of Gold

I've been listening to the It's Blitz! album by the Yeah Yeah Yeah's all day. I'm trying to be creative for this weekend... Given that we love fashion here at Rebellionheirs, I came across some really breathtaking art work by Anneli Olander. She's an illustrator from Sweden & I am mad about her pieces. She works with different types of inks on fabriano paper (something I've never done) & adds a touch of water color. I was feeling a bit lazy, but once I stumbled upon Anneli's work, I must admit the creativity vibes started to bloom. Speaking of bloom, are you going to BLOOMFEST this weekend and visiting us? Because you should.

~ we love you ~


Mango Fall/Winter 2009/2010 Ad Campaign with Scarlett Johansson

the vintage pin up with a punk rock twist...

my favorite



I, Faith will be part of ISM:'s Polaroid party & limited edition book.

ISM: and Hibbleton Gallery pay tribute to instant film and the discontinued, long-lost, but never forgotten Polaroid 600 Series with a gallery exhibition + limited edition book.

The opening reception of INSTANT GRATIFICATION: a polaroid party is scheduled for 7:00 PM on Friday August 7th, 2009 at the Hibbleton Gallery in Fullerton, California. Yes, Orange County, but you must admit that Polaroid has done wonders & made its mark in the art/photography world. Let's be grateful! This event also happens to coincide with the projected date of expiration for the Polaroid 600 Series.

So, lets bow our heads in remembrence of the Polaroid 600 Series. will not be forgotten

Like O, like H

Inspired, anyone?

So, I'm doing my first photography show at the end of August. Location and time are TBA right now. Anyway, I could not resist mentioning Monika Stojak's work and letting ya'll know how much respect I have for this woman. Let's not forget that she's only 18. I've been browsing through photographers that inspire me and she's definitely on the list. Have a look-see.

Now, let's take some photographs...


Fashion Trend and Photo Contest: Le Harem Pant

Looks like the Harem Pant might not be a bad trend after all; especially when paired with hip vintage pieces and super cute strappy heels or wedges. Of course we've seen our fair share of Harem pants that would have been better off never created, but we're definitely declaring this trend as A-okay! Its totally do-able if you keep the proportions in perspective.

What do you think about this hot trend? Yay or Nay?

Have a pair of your own? Show us how you sport em!
Send in a photo of you all dolled up in your favorite pair of Harem pants, and if we dig the look you're rockin; we'll post your photo up on our blog to help inspire others that also want to rock the trend! Good Luck!

send photos to:

By entering your photo, you give us full permission to utilize the photo on our blog, and in any of our future marketing campaigns, in any format.

Photo must be in .jpeg format
No photos that are already copywritten, please




Prada SS09

Festival Update

And a bitchin update, thats for sure; check it.

As of this evening, The Rebellionheirs are officially scheduled to set up and host a photobooth for the Bloomfest Music & Arts Festival 2009 Saturday July 18th, 2009 in the Downtown LA Arts District.

The photobooth will be a fun and exciting way to capture the individuality, forward thinking and creativity that goes into the fashion sense and personal style of every Angeleno.

Admittance to the event is completely free (so is our photobooth) and goes on from 11am-11pm, with 14 local bands and many vendors to delight!

Check out our Bloomfest blog for alllll the details and come show us what you're workin with!


MissPicoUnion & Fez with Rebel Army Studios presents: "Collective Soul's Flea Market"

MissPicoUnion & Fez with Rebel Army Studios presents:

"Collective Soul's Flea Market"

At an underground location in Los Angeles, Saturday 18th 2009

3333 North San Fernando Rd. Unit#3 Los Angeles CA 90065
Doors open at 10 am and close at 5 pm - which gives you ample time to hit both Bloomfest 2009 Music & Arts Festival (11am-11pm) AND the Collective Soul's Flea Market in the same day! How bout them apples?

Remember to stop at a nearby ATM, because this a cash only event (so is Bloomfest, downtown).
Thank god for free parking

Everyone has a can of food in their kitchen cabinets, so if you bring at least one your entrance will only be a BUCK!

One Massive warehouse dedicated to Men's and Women's Apparel from Local Brands, Art from Local Artists, Bargain Vintage Clothing, DIY clothing and accessories, Creative Crafts, vinyl's and other amazing finds.

Photo Booth BY GlamerOne

DJ spinning: Bulimiatron

Food and Drinks will be sold

They've even provided directions for anyone on a bike, coming from Echo Park...

Bike Ride Route from Echo Park:
-Glendale to Fletcher Dr
-Fletcher Dr to North San Fernando Rd.
end at 3333 North San Fernando Rd.
3.75 miles HAPPY RIDINGS!

If you live Downtown, stick to public transportation or rally the troops and pack the car. It's a tiny trek as the location is about 6 miles away; however no matter the distance, you really dont want to pass this event up.

Definitely make time to hit up both this event and Bloomfest Music & Arts Festival 2009, located downtown in the Arts District. Its a Saturday not to miss out on! Seriously.

See you around!

tres bien

Dip Dye Mongolian Gilet

Vivienne Westwood Anglomania Printed Shorts

L.A.M.B. Spring 2009


Ok, so all of our clothing has been photographed.
We're somewhat behind schedule, though, as we had hoped to have had our remaining selection posted for you by now...but we promise.


We thank you for your patience, and we apologize for the delaaaaaaaayyyyyyyy.

for now, enjoy some leopard print
...we're definitely diggin on it.

Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s A/W 09 RTW


Vintage Chanel
circa 1980's


Chanel connoisseurs eager for a taste of the Eighties and early Nineties should head to Resurrection, the bicoastal boutique hosting a sale of the iconic French fashion house’s vintage accessories.

Logo-laden pendant necklaces and charm bracelets are being sold beside grunge-friendly thick chokers and patent accessories, with prices ranging from $500 for jewelry to $3,200 for an overnight bag.

The sale was prompted by a recent acquisition of Chanel pieces from a private collector who amassed the items over the past two decades, including a patent black bag with gold chain detailing and waist-length pendant necklaces decorated with cobalt-blue beads.

Now, how cool is that?


Balmain Fall 2009 Ad



Put on by ISGOODMUSIC, EVFA and LARABA; Downtown LA Bloomfest is an outdoor festival in honor of Joel Bloom, "a responsible force for bringing the arts district much needed recognition".

The event is free and takes place from 11am to 11pm on July 18 (a Saturday) in the Arts District, Downtown. According to the flier 14 bands will also be playing; and from our music research, it looks like the festival will be playing our kind of music starting around 3:50, with the French Semester. The bands to follow are also definitely ones to show up for.

We went ahead and created links to their myspace pages and websites for ya; so give each one a click and a listen, and we'll see your punk asses there!

The lineup is as follows:
Noon: Christopher Dallman
12:40: Dudley Saunders
1:20: Amiena
2:10: Garland
3:00: Firebug
3:50: The French Semester
4:40: Seasons
5:20: Spirit Vine
6:30: Black Kites
7:20: Tawny Ellis
8:10: Robotanists
9:00: AM
9:50: boxViolet
10:40: Healamonster and Tarsier

Side note: We couldnt help but notice one of our favorite blogs, just happens to be one of their sponsors; Hawkeye. From our experience, If Hawkeye is planning on attending; you better believe its atleast worth checking out.

Festival is located @

716 Traction Ave Los Angeles, CA 90013

And of course, a little history on Bloom before you attend:


Bloom, a legit actor/playwright and longtime activist in the gentrification of downtown Los Angeles --- whose achievements resulted in the L.A. City Council naming a section of Los Angeles after him --- died mid-morning on July 13th in Los Angeles following a seven-year battle with cancer. He was 59.

Bloom, who owned and operated Bloom's General Store since 1994 in the Arts District of Los Angeles, was one of the forces responsible for bringing the Arts District much needed recognition. A sampling of his numerous achievements included bringing the community a bus route, 30 street lights, 75 trees, plus being active in the naming of the area known now known as the Arts District.

On July 3rd 2009, the Los Angeles City Council honored Bloom by officially approving the Motion to rename Third and Traction in Downtown Los Angeles Joel Bloom Square.

The Dead Weather CD Release: less than 2 days remaining....

Jack White has gone and done it again; And I'm bursting with ridiculous excitement because of it!

The Dead Weather , a gritty quartet featuring lead vocalist, Alison Mosshart of the duo, The Kills, releases their debut album in the states in less than two days!

Instead of fronting the group with an electric guitar—as in the White Stripes and his other current act, the Raconteurs—Jack White primarily plays drums and shares vocals for the new act.

According to Wall Street Journal online, "The new group took shape last winter during what was intended as a one-off recording session. Next came the group’s single, “Hang You From the Heavens,” built around a grizzled riff by guitarist Dean Fertita, and featuring churning drums from Mr. White."

And, quite frankly the song kicks ass; naturally leaving Mr. White and Miss Mosshart's fan base feigning for more.

While currently on a 28+ date tour,
The Dead Weather’s debut album, “Horehound”, will be released in Europe on July 13th and in North America on July 14th (less than 2 days from now). We're pretty friggin stoked about it, too!

Visit their website for details on concert tickets, and other cool bits of dead weather related info.

Remaining Tour Dates for The Dead Weather:

07.13.2009 9:30 Club, Washington, DCw/ Screaming Females
07.14.2009 9:30 Club, Washington, DCw/ Screaming Females
07.16.2009 Terminal 5, New York, NYw/ Screaming Females
07.17.2009 Terminal 5, New York, NYw/ Screaming Females
07.18.2009 House of Blues, Boston, MAw/ Screaming Females
07.21.2009 Olympia De Montreal, Montreal, Canadaw/ Screaming Females
07.22.2009 Kool Haus, Toronto, Canadaw/ Screaming Females
07.24.2009 The Fillmore, Detroit, MIw/ Screaming Females
07.25.2009 The LC Pavilion, Columbus, OHw/ Screaming Females
07.27.2009 First Avenue, Minneapolis, MNw/ Screaming Females
07.28.2009 Vic Theatre, Chicago, ILw/ Screaming Females
07.29.2009 Vic Theatre, Chicago, ILw/ Screaming Females
07.30.2009 War Memorial Auditorium, Nashville, TNw/ Screaming Females


We Heart LA: An Art Walk Success + Website Update

i heart la Pictures, Images and Photos
Art Walk Success:

The Downtown LA Art Walk, July 9th, was a huge success, yet again, for The Rebellionheirs! We sold Q U I T E a bit and also met so many amazing celebrities and individuals that stopped by and shopped our booth; all with their own incredibly unique sense of style!

The Rebellionheirs offered, yet again, collections from local designers; Biya, Johnny Was, Pete & Greta, For Love and Liberty and 3J Workshop; at up to 75% off the retail price. We often carry the same items as Neimans, Saks, Bloomies, and Anthropologie; No one has any trouble realizing our deals are THE BEST DEALS IN TOWN.

Here is a photo of our booth as the event began. Our booth just keeps getting better, and honestly, we're mighty proud!

Thank you again to everyone that came out and showed their support.
We're quite excited and looking forward to more events, similar to this, in the Downtown LA area.

And now for our website update:

Over the past couple of days, we've been working on photographing our remaining merchandise from the artwalk, and will be uploading onto our website, where you'll be able to purchase goods with a credit card, and have delivered right to your door.

We're pretty down to earth Janes, here at The Rebellionheirs, and we know our photography skills are definitely lacking; so to make your shopping experience that much better, we're planning a REAL photoshoot with REAL models and a REAL pin-up photographer, Michael Calas. Michael is a really talented photographer with an amazing portfolio. We know his photographic talent will help you to be able to see online, how amazing our selection really is.

For now, though, we're uploading the artsy (hah!) images we currently have, along with their price, size, and description so you can buy what pieces you know you want, right away. The remaining pieces of our collection will be available for a Limited Time Only, though; so when they're up, GET EM WHILE YOU CAN!

Thank you again, Downtown LA. WE HEART YOU.



Lily Allen, whom never ceases to surprise me with her wardrobe choices; is snapped here, Monday, while at Spectator Magazine in Westminster, London, rocking neon leopard print leggings with her oh-so-enviable, Sergio Rossi purple slingback platform sandals.

The artist completed her ensemble with a bitchin
black jacket with peep-hole, fringed back; which has me drooling over here!

check it!

Cant say I'm too enviable of the blue Chanel purse she's seen here, toting around; but suuuurrrriously....snag one for me in black, and I wont complain. Not a damn word.

Oh, and while we're at it; since I cant get this damn Lily Allen tune out of my head,
(for days now; literally)

I'm going to share it with you!
You can thank me later really....thank me later