Industrial Romance Collection by King Baby Featured in MR Magazine

King Baby’s new Industrial Romance collection was featured in the latest issue of MR magazine. We are officially launching the new collection this week at Project Las Vegas. If you haven’t gotten a chance to visit us at the show, check out the images below for a sneak preview!

King Baby Onyx Bead Bracelet

King Baby Studio Industrial Pattern Bracelets

King Baby Silver Steampunk Skull Pendant

King Baby Steampunk Kraken Pendant

King Baby Steampunk Automaton Heart Music

King Baby Raven Bird Skull Pendant

Industrial Romance collection by King Baby will soon be available online at



Sterling silver rings, beaded bracelets by  King Baby Studio.

King Baby Day of the Dead skull bracelet. Sterling silver, hand made in USA.

King Baby Leather journal. Hand made in USA

King Baby Leather Journal with hand carved cross and silver snaps. Made in USA

King Baby Leather Satchel with hand carved eagle.
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Mitchell is always “re-inventing” the skull and looking for new ways to modernize this fashionable motif.  Pictured above are a few (but far from all) of the designs Mitchell has introduced, giving us many options with skull designed jewelery and accessories.  In many ways the skull is a way to add instant edge to any outfit and pairs just as comfortably with a motorcycle jacket as it does with an oversized flowy blouse.  Attitude is the key to pulling off the look and the attitude depends on how you look at skulls.

Sure the skull could be seen as a “bad-ass” edgy design and that’s of course the King Baby style, but the skull has a surprising back story as far as symbolism goes.  Here’s what we found out about this design, “Mostly understood as a symbol of warning, the skull was often used by ancient cultures to ward off any type of evil influence or illness. It’s philosophically viewed as the seat of intelligence, spirit and the spark of human life. Interestingly, the skull is also the remnant of the body that is the least resistant to decay – another sign of its strength as a symbol. Many primitive cultures believed wearing skulls would insure protection and well-being.” (from

This is your assurance that when you wear your King and Queen Baby skull jewelry, not only are you the coolest person in the room, you may very well be the most “protected”