Le Miel Portent
bohemea:

“It is important to look at death because it is a part of life. It is a sad thing, melancholic but romantic at the same time. It is the end of a cycle - everything has to end. The cycle of life is positive because it gives room for new things.”
- Alexander McQueen, Autumn/Winter 2009-10

bohemea:

“It is important to look at death because it is a part of life. It is a sad thing, melancholic but romantic at the same time. It is the end of a cycle - everything has to end. The cycle of life is positive because it gives room for new things.”

- Alexander McQueen, Autumn/Winter 2009-10

suicideblonde:

Dita Von Teese at the ITV Studios in London yesterday

suicideblonde:

Dita Von Teese at the ITV Studios in London yesterday

bohemea:

“I think there has to be an underlying sexuality. There has to be a perverseness to the clothes. There is a hidden agenda in the fragility of romance. It’s like the Story of O. I’m not big on women looking naïve. There has to be a sinister aspect, whether it’s melancholy or sadomasochist. I think everyone has a deep sexuality, and sometimes it’s good to use a little of it - and sometimes a lot of it - like a masquerade.”
- Alexander McQueen, Autumn/Winter 2009-10

bohemea:

“I think there has to be an underlying sexuality. There has to be a perverseness to the clothes. There is a hidden agenda in the fragility of romance. It’s like the Story of O. I’m not big on women looking naïve. There has to be a sinister aspect, whether it’s melancholy or sadomasochist. I think everyone has a deep sexuality, and sometimes it’s good to use a little of it - and sometimes a lot of it - like a masquerade.”

- Alexander McQueen, Autumn/Winter 2009-10

suicideblonde:

Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 1994 photographed by Sølve Sundsbø for Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty
“The inspiration behind the hair came from Victorian times when prostitutes would sell theirs for kits of hair locks, which were bought by people to give to their lovers. I used it as my signature label with locks of hair in Perspex. In the early collections, it was my own hair.”

suicideblonde:

Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 1994 photographed by Sølve Sundsbø for Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty

“The inspiration behind the hair came from Victorian times when prostitutes would sell theirs for kits of hair locks, which were bought by people to give to their lovers. I used it as my signature label with locks of hair in Perspex. In the early collections, it was my own hair.”

Emperor’s New Groove.  Love this movie. 

Emperor’s New Groove.  Love this movie. 

Charlize Theron wearing Dior.  Golden Globes 2005.  One of my favorite looks of all time.  Hair, dress, makeup, everything looks timeless and absolute perfection.

pussylequeer:

Judith Bedard photographed by Filippo Del Vita

pussylequeer:

Judith Bedard photographed by Filippo Del Vita

bohemea:

Dior by Demarchelier

bohemea:

Dior by Demarchelier

suicideblonde:

Corset, Autumn-Winter 1996-7Lilac silk appliqued with black silk lace and embroidered with jet beads
From Alexander McQuenn Savage Beauty photographed by Sølve Sundsbø

suicideblonde:

Corset, Autumn-Winter 1996-7
Lilac silk appliqued with black silk lace and embroidered with jet beads

From Alexander McQuenn Savage Beauty photographed by Sølve Sundsbø

suicideblonde:

Elena Sudakova photographed by Sølve Sundsbø for Numéro #91, March 2008

suicideblonde:

Elena Sudakova photographed by Sølve Sundsbø for Numéro #91, March 2008

The fact that Dita has two doxies makes my love for her grow tenfold. 

The fact that Dita has two doxies makes my love for her grow tenfold. 

Alexander Wang.  The Kirsten Satchel.  825.00
I will eat one potato and one apple a day until I have you.

Alexander Wang.  The Kirsten Satchel.  825.00

I will eat one potato and one apple a day until I have you.