Monday, January 20, 2014
I wanted them to have wild hair, I wanted them to look partly animalistic and even behave like half animals and half very sophisticated humans.(…) And Tilda said, ‘You keep saying ‘animal,’ so why are we just looking at humans? Let’s look at animal fur.’ So we started looking at animals and monkeys and llamas and different textures of fur and hair. (…) So we tried that, and in the end the wigs for John Hurt, for Tom, for Tilda, and for Mia were made of a certain percentage of human hair mixed with goat and yak. Again, why? I just wanted them to look kind of wild. Jim Jarmusch on the vampires’ hair in Only Lovers Left Alive (via le-hiddleston)

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Saturday, March 23, 2013
Monday, January 28, 2013 Friday, January 11, 2013
Friday, December 7, 2012
taxidermy-in-art:

Monica, red wig, deer antlers and wall paper. 
Yacine Naciri 2012

GPOY

taxidermy-in-art:

Monica, red wig, deer antlers and wall paper. 

Yacine Naciri 2012

GPOY

Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Saturday, October 20, 2012
urban-foibles:

I once asked a friend how she’d dress if she were a dude. This is the picture she sent me in response.

GPOY. Although just FYI everyone, it’s totally to legit to dress like this without being a dude.

urban-foibles:

I once asked a friend how she’d dress if she were a dude. This is the picture she sent me in response.

GPOY. Although just FYI everyone, it’s totally to legit to dress like this without being a dude.

Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Today on Hello, Tailor: A report from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
(This is one of the girls from The Sundaes, a girlband I’ve seen wandering around Edinburgh during Fringe season.)

Today on Hello, Tailor: A report from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

(This is one of the girls from The Sundaes, a girlband I’ve seen wandering around Edinburgh during Fringe season.)

Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Karl Lagerfeld and the court of Versailles — to be honest, I can’t believe this hadn’t happened before. Lagerfeld, with his chalk-white ponytail, aura of eccentric aristocracy, and conscious detachment from the everyday wants and needs of the proles, couldn’t fit in any better if he tried.  — from Chanel: Cruise 2013 at Versailles, at Hello, Tailor.

Karl Lagerfeld and the court of Versailles — to be honest, I can’t believe this hadn’t happened before. Lagerfeld, with his chalk-white ponytail, aura of eccentric aristocracy, and conscious detachment from the everyday wants and needs of the proles, couldn’t fit in any better if he tried.  — from Chanel: Cruise 2013 at Versailles, at Hello, Tailor.

Monday, April 23, 2012
"Effie is a perfect example both of a character whose costumes fit perfectly with their personality  and lifestyle, and of a character who is image-obsessed to the detriment of everything else. Now, both from descriptions in the novels and the impression we get of the Capitol in general, the appearance of other citizens should run along those lines as well: strong personal styles, coupled with extremely high-impact, high-budget clothes. The problem is that the background characters look too much like Effie Trinket.” — from Capitol Couture in The Hunger Games.

"Effie is a perfect example both of a character whose costumes fit perfectly with their personality  and lifestyle, and of a character who is image-obsessed to the detriment of everything else. Now, both from descriptions in the novels and the impression we get of the Capitol in general, the appearance of other citizens should run along those lines as well: strong personal styles, coupled with extremely high-impact, high-budget clothes. The problem is that the background characters look too much like Effie Trinket.” — from Capitol Couture in The Hunger Games.