Blackbird Meets My Chemical Romance Meets InAisce

Last Week,  we received an e-mail from rockers My Chemical  Romance asking if wed like to be their VIP guests at their show that evening. We are dorks, so we of course jumped up and down and cancelled any other silly plans

 we had. My Chemical Romance said they had been long time fans of Blackbird and were very excited about InAisce, and the boots shown below. Gerard, the lead singer was looking for just the right boot as inspiration for the look of the bands upcoming album. Nicole, Blackbirds owner and creative director, shared stories of hanging out and sharing ideas with Jona, InAisces lead Designer while Gerard made sure these were just the boots he was looking for. Thanks to all the guys for a great time, your humble hearts and talent will continue to take you far


Gorgeous fully lined reverse horse leather boot with a waxed finish. Square deerskin laces, 9 eyelets, angled full zipper at inner left with deerskin pulls, reinforced ankle with double stitched details through out. 3 stacked heel finished with 1/4 rubber heel cap. Distressed detailing along sole and heel.

Handmade in Italy Sizing: These fit approximately one size small. 

 InAisce, meaning in vain in Gaelic is the work of a designer based out of New York, Jona. Inspired by historical figures, events, art and photography, as well as incredible stories of actual history the designer creates visions of utilitarian clothing from the past with a modern touch and unique fabrics. $1212





Posted on 09/12/2011, in My Chemical Romance and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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