Huntington Beach, CA (PRWEB) April 28, 2009
Tattooed Steel jewelry and accessories are emerging into the female rocker scene. Live on American Idol, star Allison Iraheta wore Tattooed Steel military tags and a personalized cuff. Mia Tyler, actress, model, retail entrepreneur and daughter of Aerosmith's Steven Tyler was also recently seen wearing Tattooed Steel during a photo shoot for Revolution 1228.
Military tags, style name Here Comes Trouble and a custom brushed cuff, style name Steezy both by artist Taylor Reeve were worn by the 16 year old American Idol singer, Allison Iraheta.
During the photo shoot for Revolution 1228, Mia Tyler's new, exclusive plus-size clothing brand, which took place in Hollywood, CA on April 18, 2009, Mia wore items such as military tags, style name Snake Venom by artist Rose Hardy and brushed cuff, style name The Soul's Journey by artist Dawn Sercia along with other items.
In the coming weeks, watch Allison and the other American Idol hopefuls, as they are likely to be seen wearing additional Tattooed Steel cuffs, tags and belt buckles.
Photographs from Revolution 1228 are viewable on her social sites and are coming soon to the company's website, http://www.revolution1228.com.
Tattooed Steel, based in Huntington Beach, Calif., is an eclectic jewelry and accessory brand that brings precision technology and innovative web tools to the world. Driven to support artists, Tattooed Steel offers products that reveal their artwork and individual expression; titanium rings and stainless steel cuffs, tags, pendants, buckles, money clips and more are available on the website. For more information, visit our website at http://www.tattooedsteel.com, Tattooed Steel