By Alice M. Lee
Updated August 10, 2001 at 04:00 AM EDT

Club Kids and celebs are going cuckoo for clothing and accessories from Oakland-based Cosmic Debris etc., inc. (cosmicdebris.com). Featuring Japanese-influenced lines with names like Yum Pop, Emily the Strange (a big hit with ”Goth kids, punks, theater types,” according to cofounder Rob ”Visual Assassin” Reger), and Oopsy Daisy, the labels, available at hip boutiques and Virgin Megastores nationwide, are the brainchild of Reger, a skateboarder/artist, and race-car driver Matt ”Overlord” Reed, who at one time worked out of a Santa Cruz garage. Bjork, Fatboy Slim, Courtney Love, and Britney Spears are fans of Cosmic Debris loot, which runs the gamut from hoodie tanks to skate decks to socks, watches, and shoelaces. Debris product has also popped up on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and MTV’s Undressed, and hits the big screen in American Pie 2, Vanilla Sky, and 40 Days & 40 Nights.

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