SURFER’S HELMETS AND IRON CROSSES! In the early 60’s the iron cross became a symbol of rebellion that many surfers and hot rodders wore. It had no political meaning, after all, many of these all-American kids had dad’s that served in WWII. Roth made these iron crosses and German helmets available to finks everywhere as Surf & Drag Helmets and crosses. But it was not without a mainstream backlash. LOOK magazine called him “The supply sergeant to The Hells Angels” and SURFER magazine, who was still rather conservative at the time, wanted to distance themselves from surfers who were troublemakers and called it “the sign of the Kook”. But Roth paid no mind to these accusations. He knew what his Fink Army wanted!
If you like a garment but dislike the colour, just dye it.
(Case in point, dying formal barongs black)
(You can of course also tie-dye, bleach/colour remove, stone wash, etc.)
(Same for pets)
(Thomas Dishaw) On December 12 1972 Marie-Hélène Rothschild threw a lavish illuminati ball at the Ferriéres. Social elites from every walk of life received a invitation written backwards that had to be deciphered by holding it to a mirror.
The ball was such a big deal that one social figure threatened to commit suicide unless she was invited.
Marie-Hélène is seen below wearing the head of a beast, weeping tears made of diamonds, and Audrey Hepburn is pictured in a bird cage. Below are 20 surreal pictures from The Rothschild Ball.
Is this art? Or just another “illuminati conspiracy” full of hidden meaning. You be the judge!