With Eat Your Heart Out this year being 100% anatomically themed I have started checking out some pretty awesome anatomically designed fashion online. Anatomical fashion being one of those things which is really hard to carry off and generally I find it to be too A Level art student in vibe. It’s even harder to buy, with the only stand out pieces I want to wear being out of reach expensive items such as the spine heels from D Squared, almost everything Kemit Tesero designs or the incredible John Gaultier skeleton corset.
Anyway on one of my recent Pinterest x Google image search quests I discovered Secret Girlfriends Club whose recent anatomical fashions are spot on. Let’s not kid ourselves that it IS expensive but in relation to they Gaultier corset it’s positively Primark prices. I have shared one of my favourites from their collection below.
PS: I love the skull print – does anyone know if the fabric designer / artist is in house?
The classic Santa skeleton…
Jesus these are TERRIFYING. who would have thought adding flowers to something could make it a million times more scary?
My name is Cedric Laquieze welcome to my blog! i’ve been a sculptor fascinated with creatures as far as i can remember,i’ve done many exhibitions in the past in Paris Belgium, Italy, Germany and of course Holland. I Graduated from the Rietveld academy last year where i met many people with the same fascination for organic materials and esthetic shapes. I would like to use this opportunity to share my fairies flower creatures and goddesses with the rest of you.
Great post at Dangerous Minds – it’s TERRIFYING!
If you are of a certain age (cough, hack) then you probably remember the lovely singing Lennon Sisters from The Lawrence Welk Show.
Here, in a somewhat of a departure from their normal shiny happy shtick—this is like the Residents meet Donnie & Marie—the sisters perform in skeleton drag on a 1965 pre-Halloween episode. Watch in amazement as Kathy, Peggy and Janet—along with little sisters Mimi and Annie—do a spooky rendition of “Dem Bones.”
This stuff is INCREDIBLE – Paperboy is a kick arse selection of wallpapers for children – and more specifically boys. How good is this stuff?
(Miss C disclaimer: the comments have gone nuts so can I point out that the “specifically boys” comment comes from Paperboy not me – and I have now added girls as tag too. Got to rush I have cooking and ironing to do…)
This really is wallpaper for a boy of any age with a sense of humour and an enjoyment of the scary or an attraction to the horrid. Here is the dya-think-e-saurus range:
And here is handmade:
I LOVE this Olaf Breuning Skeletons installation (2002) – found in the garden of Villa Medici, Rome, Italy.