“I like balancing things. I’m a mom, too, you know, but I don’t always want to look just like that,” Gordon told the NYT. “It’s the idea of finding things that work and are comfortable, but in which you can still feel like you have an identity.”
The Surface to Air online store hasn't uploaded the items yet, but the NYT has confirmed that snakeskin boots, neon pants and printed t-shirts that Gordon has illustrated herself will be featured in the 12-piece line. If you're really antsy, you can ogle Kid Cudi's leather jacket collection on the site in the meantime.
Below, see X-Girl make a fashion statement at a 1994 Soho street show, organized by Spike Jonze and Sofia Coppola. Oh, and just for good measure, here's my favorite Kim Gordon interview, which takes place on a New York rooftop in 1988. Enjoy.
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