December 15, 2006
London stylings at CYBERDOG: Tish and stylist Thom Cammer flew to the UK for a special MANIC PANIC® promotional pre–holiday event which featured modeling contests, photoshoots, training sessions and MANIC Makeovers.
Thom Cammer giving a crash course in MANIC PANIC® glamour and the use of our products to the staff at Cyberdog.
Two Cyberdog vixens: Vivien (modelling MANIC PANIC® Marilyn™ lipstick, Vampire™ Red blush, and Fierce™ Glam™ Lashes) and Lorna (modelling MANIC PANIC® Glam™ Dust and Nightqueen™ and Electric Banana™ Glitter Shadow).
Photos by Peter Perenyi.
November 13, 2006
California Happ-nin! Celebutante author of Party Monster and the soon to be released Freakshow James St. James, with Manic Panic® Goddess Snooky, and actress/Frontiers magazine columnist Lenora Claire at the Paper Magazine: Paper invades LA party in Hollywood.
Lenora always combines Manic Panic® hair colors to create her very own unique shades. Here she wears a mixture of Pillarbox Red™ and Wildfire™.
October 21, 2006
The Sydney Australia alternative scene was treated to a hair, fashion and music spectacular as presented by hairdressers John and Kylie, the owners / directors of Furr Hair, Newtown.
The event was held in celebration of Furr’s 11th year birthday and coincided with the official launch of Manic Panic® products in Australia. Featuring 26 models, the event showcased the awesome range of Manic Panic® hair colour and makeup, and confirmed Furr’s standing as Sydney’s leading alternative hairdressing salon.
Garments were supplied by Reactor Rubber, the Wild One, Gallery Serpentine, Psydeways, Holey Moley and Tokyo Joe. Joining in the celebrations on the night, were Sydney bands Toydeath, Dead Inside the Chrysalis and Bad Art, as well as leading goth Sydney Djs NeoTokyo and Caterwaul.
A truly wicked night was had by all! Photographs courtesy of Jo Lukis.
October 7, 2006
MANIC PANIC® JAPANIC! Another MANIC PANIC® Salon opened in Shibuya, a shopping and entertainment district situated in west Tokyo. Here are some party shots from the opening bash that hosted some famous musicians andthe renowned illustrator ISSEI, who drew a beautiful butterfly for the occasion.
October 4, 2006
Rational Animal™ — NYC’s non–profit organization dedicated to increasing public awareness about NYC’s at-risk animals — and the ASPCA® hosted “GIMME SHELTER: Rock & Rescue NYC,” a rock concert celebrating NYC’s animal rescue work.
NYC’s 2nd annual rock celebration jam for animal rescue was held on St. Francis of Assisi Day, October 4, from 7–12pm at the chic Hiro Ballroom at the Maritime Hotel in NYC. Crowds at the sold out show enjoyed performances by the Beastie Boys, Blue Oyster Cult, Debbie Harry, the Buzzcocks’s Tony Barber, Sic F*cks, the Dictators’ Handsome Dick Manitoba, Marshall Crenshaw, Miss Guy, Nellie McKay, The Star Spangles, and The Choke. MANIC PANIC® was one of the sponsors of the hugely successful event.
This photo of Tish & Snooky getting ready for their Sic F*cks set shot by legendary rock photographer Bob Gruen. See more awesome photos taken by Bob Gruen.
This just in from one of the Beastie Boy message boards: “Sic F*cks — Legendary NYC Punk band. Great energy. At one point I thought my ears were going to bleed and I loved it.”
But seeing is believing…
How high is your hair? Tish, Snooky, and Diana Mae (far right) performing as the Creamtones, show off their fab retro looks by the great Thom Cammer and editorial hair stylist pal Ellen Lawlor.
Tish and Snooky are pleased to welcome FURR hair salon of Australia to the MANIC PANIC® family. Owners John and Kylie are cutting edge stylists. At left, their models wear MANIC PANIC® cosmetics and Glam™ Strips in this shot for Fiend, the country’s “ultimate dark alternative magazine.”
INTERNATIONAL MANIC PANIC® FAMILY! John and Kylie visited some of the MANIC PANIC® Salons in Japan. They stopped off at MANIC PANIC® Roppongi, Harajuku, and Omote Sando.
John writes us: “It was really awesome to meet up with other stylists and to feel part of the MANIC PANIC® family! This was actually one of the highlights of our trip… that and the squeals that Kylie got whenever she showed her leopard print undercut!”
July 8, 2006
Venice Beach, California...Tish and Snooky hosted a Grand Opening Bash at the new MANIC PANIC® Retail Store/L.A. Showroom. It was a star–studded event at the purple palace and a great time was had by all.
June 24, 2006
Cyndi Lauper joined pals Tish and Snooky and super stylist Thom Cammer backstage at Threepenny Opera on Broadway. Cyndi starred as Jenny in the show and proved that she can do sophisticated theatre as well as rock.
April 30 — May 2 year 2006
Tish and Snooky and the MANIC PANIC® crew at the International Beauty Show in New York City. We really wowed them this year!
At right is our glamorous sales diva and in–house make up artist herself, Jessica.
Our special guest: Stylist Thom Cammer who worked his magic before the crowds. Not only did he style the models hair and make up, but he also photographed them and created the fab MANIC PANIC® posters you see in the background behind Jess.
March 13, 2006
This year Blondie was inducted into the Rock and Roll of Fame. At the awards ceremony Debbie Harry gave a special thanks to Tish And Snooky… original Blondie members.
Debbie said, “there are so many people we’d like to thank… some of them are performers… some of them are girls… TISH AND SNOOKY!”
We are all so proud. Here is a clip from the awards ceremony.
February 28, 2006
The fabulous Creamtones starring Tish, Snooky, and Diana Mae Munch reunited for a Huricane Katrina benefit on Fat Tuesday. The ladies blended their sweet voices in 3–part harmony for some renditions of classic cajun as well as rock.
It all took place (where else?) at Manitoba’s in NYC, with host Handsome Dick.
Photos by Peter Perenyi.
February 15, 2006
MANIC PANIC® exhibited at some way–cool rock ’n’ roll style tradeshows and some celebs came by to say “hi.”
On Feb 6, 2006
MANIC PANIC® Sponsored the Redbuttafly fashion show at CBGBs. the models wore MANIC PANIC® hair color, cosmetics, Glam™ Strips and Voodoo Dreads to match their cool rock and gothic clothing designs.
Also this February…
Manic Panic Sales Goddess Lauren and Webmistress Gooby travelled to foreign lands to spread the gospel of MANIC PANIC and recruit more devotees.