There's a 'Twin Peaks' clothing collection and it's almost sold out
Indie designer label Suckers Apparel has launched a clothing line inspired by the short-lived but stylish 1990 series Twin Peaks and it’s flying off the shelves.
The Twin Peaks Collection pays homage to the David Lynch created drama with pieces like the “Fire Walk With Me” dress and the “Smoking in the Girls Room” capelet. Most of the garments, which range in price from $64.99 to $189.99, are currently sold out, but the “Welcome to Twin Peaks” velvet skater dress and three styles of graphic-printed leggings — “Log Lady,” “8Bit Lodge,” and “Who Killed Laura?” — are still available.
Costume designer Patricia Norris (Scarface, Blue Velvet, 12 Years a Slave), who collaborated with Lynch on a number of film and television projects in the ’80s and ’90s, took home the Emmy for the pilot episode of Twin Peaks.
More than 20 years later, Norris’ Twin Peaks throwback wardrobe seems to be back in fashion.
“It was a throwback to the 50s,” Norris recently told EW of the characters’ vintage inspired ensembles.
Click here to browse the Twin Peaks clothing line. Oh, and for you David Bowie fans, Suckers Apparel also has a Bowie-inspired line of kimono-sleeved velvet bodysuits, spandex dresses, and patterened leggings inspired by the Ziggy Stardust style icon.