Setting the record straight, PMM was established in November of 2006, and was the FIRST female clothing brand to transform into a female social group in our scene. Do not accept Poser companies out there that tell you different. We believe in supporting our local musicians, artists, tattoo artists, car clubs, barbershops, make- up and hair babes, photographers and concert venues such as Spike's in Rosemead, Characters in Pomona & Mission Tabacco Lounge in Riverside. Mad love to our homies from the Rumble Cats, Scoundrels CC, DeadSleds CC, Viejitos CC , Gatos CC, Curb Creatures CC, Rumblers CC and Dueces CC, for always showing support! Special thanks to our new staff photographer Pedro Rodriguez and A SolidMind Productions for our documentaries and La Vida Rockabilly for promotions.
Our achievements has giving us an opportunity to appear in POWER 106 to discuss the unique style of PMM, to making television appearances on shows that support Latino communities like Thee Mr. Duran Show to guest appearances such as the " I Love Jenny". PMM has also been featured in various magazines ( i.e. Rebel Ink, Urban Ink and Deadbeat Magazines) in two book publications "City of Style" by Melissa Magsaysay and "Bodies of Subversion" by Margot Mifflin and a fashion magazine STYLE.COM. Our recent accomplishment was to have our clothing debut in the motion picture "Blaze You Out" and the list keeps on growing.
Founder/CEO Latina Vamp (LV) and her lovely ladies from the Los Angeles Chapter dolls can be found on any given day on the streets of the city they love so much which include the I.E, L.A, SGV and O.C but don't forget we are also across the states ( New Mexico, Florida , Texas) and globe ( Japan, Brazil and France).
To own and wear PMM clothing, is to represent our lifestyle proudly and support our revolution to break free generic mold society feels we should be.
We would not be here without your continued support from our fans! Thank you for helping spread the word~