Guns In Fashion

Awesome Guns in Fashion

There are times when reviewing collections or simply looking through the pages of Vogue when fashion can get a bit dull. Too many of the same things, too many fluffy chiffon dresses or frilly feathered dresses and it’s that moment when my eyes glaze over and I lose focus that my mind wanders and I usually come up with some great fashion ideas. Like today for example. Today I want to write a tribute to Uzi’s Machine Guns, and all other types of handheld shooting devices in the world of fashion.

So without further ado, I present The Marquis of Fashion’s Runway Gun Range! Step right up and see the oddities that have graced the runways or music videos that have a gun attached to a necklace, a gun embedded in the heel of a shoe, or a gun somewhere on the articles of clothing that follow. Don’t be shy they won’t shoot, their simply captions of items both recent and from the recent past that have made an impact in fashion’s history. Get it… Impact… it’s a gun! … Tough crowd.

Flip through the pages below to see the amazing gun/fashion products that are busting a cap in fashion’s @ss. But in case you are too lazy to flip through I’ll provide you with this first image of Karl Lagerfeld and his Chanel Gun Shoe! Chanel… I know right! I’m sure Coco is rolling in her grave. Oooooor laughing hysterically I can’t quite peg it.

Who could forget the fembots and their interesting gun bras? Or Lady Gaga for that matter and her Machine Gun dance sequence for Alejandro? Or this photo for Rolling Stones Magazine… Amazing!


If you can’t accessorize with a gun then what is the point of guns in the first place… Don’t answer that. This Uzi ring is exceptionally complimenting for a ombre colored nail polish. or this glittery machine gun necklace. GORGE!

This flashy gun belt buckle is so hot in Japan right now but lets let our love of high-powered embellishments cross borders and bring this trend right into our homes.


Okay this is hilarious and scary at the same tie because it’s a real gun. The hat is I believe a concept mostly because the gun is fired by using your mouth. Or something. I’m not sure it’s all very confusing but never-the-less, the thing is an accessory. I dont’ recommend letting a youngster play toy soldier with this one though.



Congrats you made it to the end and for that I give you this spectacular treat. A hoof heel, that has been made into a high heel, that has a gun as the heel… I know what you’re thinking, “Mark, Where do I get one?” and the answer may surprise you. I’m not going to tell you. To be honest if I saw someone wearing this I would run in the other direction screaming something about the Apocalypse and Quentin Tarantino. So to avoid my embarrassment let’s just stick with the Chanel pump.



SOURCE: Original text by: Mark St.James – 6/14

Paula Lindgren’s Ammo Cuff Links


OBSESSED with my new ammo jewelry from Paula Lindgren’s Hunting Jewelry!!! Earrings and necklace made from my favorite .270 Nosler bullets!





Made from actual bullet casings. Pick the caliber you like from our stock or send us your own casings.

Material: brass and sterling silver plated in either 24 carat gold or platinum.

Price is per pair.




The Looper Flash Bang Bra Holster

The Looper Flash Bang Bra Holster

The Looper Flash Bang Bra Holster
The Looper Flash Bang Bra Holster

Lisa Looper is founder of Looper Brand, makers of the new The Looper Flash Bang Bra Holster.

An open-bottomed kydex mold is made for specific gun models like snubbie revolvers, Kel-Tec‘s, Ruger LCP‘s, Sig P238‘s and similar guns. The leather strap with a metal snap attaches the kydex assembly to the bra, and tucks up between the cleavage.

Looper-Flash-Bang-HolsterWhen the gun is needed, the user simply pulls downward on the grip and the gun snaps out of the kydex holster. Nifty!

Beretta with black lace handle

Black Laced Handle Beretta

Beretta with black lace handle
Wicked’s Black Lace grips for the Beretta 92 are one of their hot sellers. This is what combining fashion and grip design is all about.

I think there’s been a huge misunderstanding about the whole “pink gun” controversy. Certainly, plenty of Neanderthals have mistakenly assumed pink guns equate to guns for women. Even manufacturers and retailers have mistakenly made this type of generalization. I have a different point of view. I am all in favor of pink guns. I’m also in favor of yellow, tan, olive drab, and purple guns. Charcoal-gray also interests me. To me, the whole color issue is about personalizing a possession that’s important to us.

Many people buy distinctive cell phone cases, and we’ve all heard those embarrassing custom ring tones at inopportune times. So I think the pink gun thing gained momentum because some women like pink. Then again, some women don’t like pink. My daughter happens to be a woman, and she prefers black guns. Looking around nearly any golf course or country club cocktail party, you can tell a lot of guys like pink, too. Colored guns aren’t all about men and women; they’re about personal preference.

Here lies the real point. People have different tastes. Recently, I’ve really been digging polymer guns with desert tan or flat dark-earth frames. They look particularly spiffy with a black slide. Unfortunately, it’s not as easy to customize your gun’s color scheme as it is to find an iPhone case to suit your tastes. But if your pistol or revolver has removable grips, the odds are that someone out there is making some pretty darn unique custom replacement grips. Here are some examples that caught my attention.