Lip Service Has Returned with a New Collection!

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Did you know that Lip Service, the ultimate Goth brand straight from the eighties, is back with a new look? I didn’t know up until a couple days ago. The brand relaunched way back in April. It is shocking that I haven’t seen Tragic Beautiful or Beserk stocking their new collection. I’ve rarely seen them mentioned online!

The revamped brand is now dedicated to Drew Bernstein, the founder of Lip Service. After his death in 2014 the Lip Service brand stopped production and soon after shut down. But they’re back with a vengence and a new collection filled with the beloved dagger print they are well known for.

You can even shop their “Vintage” section for old goodies by the brand.

While reading their new About section I found that they’re not just back, but back with new ethics! They write “At Lip Service we know how important cool clothes are, but we also want to recognize the importance of a sustainable earth. Although our products are not 100% sustainable, we strive to make little waste and produce locally when possible.” Not to mention, with every purchase they declare they’ll give five dollars towards charities like Peta, Farm Sanctuary, The Nature Sanctuary, Tree People or Mercy to Animals.

Did you hear about the relaunched Lip Service brand? What do you think of their first collection? I like that they have a more modern look. But at the end of the day they’re all old favourites straight from Lip Service’s original collections.

The images above have been taken from the Lip Service website representing the 4 Way Stretch PVC leggings, Dagger Print Baby tee shirt and 4 on the Floor PVC dress.

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2 Comments

  1. It’s basically a glorified Etsy store… With a few dagger print stuff (which I never cared for). I can’t believe they are selling my red motorcycle jacket for $150. I think I paid$40 on clearance. Wish I knew what was going on over there. Miss the old days of the brand

  2. This brings back so many memories of my baby bat days. I do like that they have these new ethics of making clothes in a way that isn’t harming the earth though. I wish more companies did that!

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