Saturday, October 12, 2013

High fashion Halloween inspiration

Claudia Schiffer pic via wicked halo

 Dubious about what to wear for Halloween? Get inspiration from the dark side of fashion. Spiders, phantoms, black wings, elements of the classical halloween atmosphere have acttracted many designers during the years and inspired them to create unique clothes and accessories that sometimes became collector's items like the Dsquared2 spine boots. The inspiration from the horror iconography is at times evident, other times is an unconscius mood inside the collection that contributed, along with other elements to create the image of the misterious and a little dangerous woman we often see in fashion editorials. Get a hint from these incredible collections to create your own halloween look. Be spooky and super chic.


pic via main stylist

 Kate Moss ghost/hologram at McQueen fall 2006 show



Armani Privè fall 2012 pic via glamour

Armani Privè fall 2012
 Glue some crystals over a mesh veil to become a chic phantom.

Alexander McQueen via spooky fashion
Tough girls wear studded gloves with a floaty dress.

McQueen pic via exhibiting fashion

McQueen shoes  pic via exhibiting fashion
Dsquared2 rib cage dress pic via social bliss
 Crystal rib cage dress, decorate a dress with open back.

Dsquared2 spine boots pic via fashion freak out
Iconic shoes
John Galliano pic via Spooky fashion
Why not wear a red chiffon cape? Little red riding hood by Galliano.

Masaya Kushino a/w 2013 pic via spooky fashion
Zuhair Murad fall 2013 pic via spooky fashion
Zuhair Murad fall 2013 close up pic via  bcr8tive
Twig trees decoration.

Chanel Couture s/s 2013 pic via Diamond dolls Couture
Incredible fake lashes at Chanel, very dramatic.


Chanel Couture spring 2013 via backstage confidential
Dior Couture - Vogue Japan pic via zsazsa bellagio
Cavalli spiderweb shoes fall 2012 pic via lyst

spider rings at met gala pic via liketka

Zanotti spider shoes pic via Lyst


2 comments:

Deborah van den Berg said...

I love them all! Unfortunately we don't celebrate Halloween in The Netherlands! :(

Confeti en los bolsillos said...

Todo me mola, pero los zapatos que nos has enseñado uaaaauuuu!!!
Confeti en los bolsillos