I grew up watching the Fraggles. I’d like to say it was just around the time that my parents had gotten cable, whoa, TV without commercials, it was a big deal. Why does saying that make me feel so damn old?
Needless to say puppets, clowns, etc…we’re always so terribly scary to me but Jim Henson had a way of making puppets so less terrifying and utterly enjoyable for me!
As you know from a prior post I did, indie brand Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab recently teamed up with Henson Studios to collaborate on a Labyrinth fragrance collection. With great joy, today I bring you the second collection in the launch, the Fraggles fragrance collection!
Each scent is inspired by the gang including Red, Boober, and even Uncle Traveling Matt himself!
Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab has launched their Labyrinth Collection much to my delight. I went through my childhood (and into my adulthood) with plots and plans to marry Jareth. I, of course, like any good Labyrinth fan thought that Sarah was a complete a-hole for not joining Jareth as the Queen of his Goblin Kingdom. Bitch please, how are you going to say no to Jareth in those tights? Toss the baby, get the hot British Goblin King girl! Who needs a baby? They cry, poo, and spit up how can you trade that for tight, loaded jodhpurs, an accent, and an entire kingdom of god damn muppets!
Jareth, Goblin King of hotness, currently resides over one of my bookshelves in action figure format awaiting the day I come to my senses and realize how I’m much to old for this crap.
Needless to say I’ve seen Labyrinth way too many times. Beth, creator and founder, of Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab obviously understands and obsesses over these geeky things too as she’s created a Labyrinth Collection of her perfume oil blends all inspired by the film.
Indie shops are a celebration in creativity. Most of them are owned by a single person who basically puts their heart into creating either makeup, bath and body products, or skincare just for the joy of doing so, this would be the thing that makes Indie shops so very special. But let’s not forget in many cases Indie products are extremely unique and inexpensive!