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Brand Profile: Pirate Kisses


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Pirate Kisses is a scene/emo/indie-pop style clothing brand owned and operated by Michelle Broadway out of Bath, Somerset. Founded in July 2007, the company makes apparel aimed at young people from the ages of 12 to early 20’s, both girls and guys, mainly in the UK.

Pirate Kisses draws influence from the bright colors and unique style of fashion found on the streets of Japan, especially the fashion-phenomenon of Harajuku, Japan. Because of this, their apparel is delivered with cutting-edge style and unique designs exclusive to the company. Inspired by Japanese ‘Kawaii’ and ‘Decora’ style, Pirate Kisses aims to bring the cute style, bright colors, culture, and diversity of Japan to the UK.

To get more information on Pirate Kisses, visit their Myspace, Bebo, Facebook, and online webstore.

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3 Responses to “Brand Profile: Pirate Kisses”

  1. shelley lockheart.
    31. Aug, 2009 at 1:58 pm #

    Hey there :)
    my real name is jess and im 13 ! I love all of the fashion for pirate kisses.com .. and i was wondouring would i be aloud to be a model and advertise there clothing please? It’s just one – im trying to get into the modelling buisness..2) i love the clothing 😀 3) it would mean so much to me and would help me for the rest of my life
    let me no to my email as.ap
    thankyouu xxxxxxxxxxxxx

  2. Shelbyy
    07. Sep, 2009 at 2:21 pm #

    Hello,
    I saw the comment of Jess and am also wondering the same. Modeling a little but I’m more into designing and I like the style of your clothing and feel I could help with some ideas for new clothing. I’m only 14 but i have been designing for 2years now. I wanna grow up to design and model my own line but i need some exprience first. So if you would just be willing to let me send you some examples just to look and see if I have anything you would be intreasted in from me for modeling or designs please email me.

  3. Jonathan Kvicky
    09. Sep, 2009 at 9:25 am #

    You guys could probably try sending them a message via myspace or facebook. That’d be a better way of getting into contact with them directly. :)

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