Adding a dash of Peter Lindbergh in here.
Animal Pelt (fox fur) scarf.
Uniform: Alexander wang sweater, alaia thigh highs, trippnyc jeans, pierre hardy bag.
wow those boots look amazing on you! such eeriness to this post…
agggh epic outfit as always!! those shoes are just friggin siiiiick and they look like they’d be so comfortable! i’ve gotten some good vintage bags from edith, though I’d never be able to buy vintage gloves with my monster sized hands lol.
yeah kunjip’s kimchi jiggae is so good! aggh. and the free gaelanjjim just kills me. free only makes things taste that much better
id KILL for those boots!! its nice to see your face finally too! you’re gorgeous. love the pics, the sweater, everything. x
Love all these photos – you have such a badass sense of style!
spooky. wonderful. love it.
Sweet boots! I love the blurred photography too.
I love that even though you used this A.Wang sweater with those exquisite masks before, this shoot is a fresh take of it.
The animal skin just works with the carnal landscape and the dynamic movements.
This is really amazing. I love how it’s shot. Who takes your photos? I love how you look like a cloud of smoke, there one moment, gone in the next…well done.
Those Alaia boots are amazing seriously, oh my god I want them!
tell ya what, i really wouldn’t mind having lovely long hair and a pair of thigh high alaias
absolutely love these pics- dark, spooky, beautiful. you’ve got the best blog going, mama. i guess you’re out on the east side, right?
Victoria (Mobeard girl)
i mean, fur coats are cool, but having a dead fox’s head around your neck is kind of gross.
oh my god, oh my god, oh my god- speechless. completely. blown away. oh my god.
Amazing! Love those Alaia boots. They are def killer.
Really crazy coincidence—this Thursday my friend Joshua did photographs of Christina and I at a very very similar looking rocky waterfront in Williamsburg dressed as ghosts!!!! What are the chances? I don’t know how his photos turned out but he took a couple on my camera and I’m going to post them later. So funny.
66sickI can’t wait to see your friend’s version!
Loving this spread. Where did you shoot these?
I’m love fur. I think you either get it or you don’t. My friend saw a silver fox tail i had attached to my purse and raised an eyebrow. Later that evening she sat in my living and after spotting the rabbit pelt on the arm of the coach said, “What is the deal with you and all the fur?!” Awesome post. That purse is killing me softly.
Love this–last night I was watching vintage X-files, and just happened to watch the episode that was an homage to Frankenstein movies shot all in black and white in kind of a surreal little town and lots of creepy circus music–somehow, your shoot reminds me if this…I mean that as a compliment. judy
Gorgeous, interesting photography. But that fox pelt… I’m not insulting the look itself, just the fact that an innocent fox died so you could wear it around your neck. It baffles me that anyone could find the look of a dead animal worn around one’s neck anything other than grotesque and wrong. I just thought I would be the one to say it.
this is perfectionthose boots are perfection. i love wedges and i love thigh high boots so those are like my dream boots.
oh my, these photos are gorgeous! i love the delayed shutter ones. love the alex wang sweater and those boots!
Although I love fur just as much as the next girl, I don’t think I could ever wear one with it’s face still intact. Love the sweater and boots though!
I’ve worn a pelt like that as part of a Halloween costume (I think Megan’s done that before too) and people just can’t get down with the whole attached head thing. Even as a joke. Even people who wear fur and leather are totally appalled. The death isn’t sanitized enough for them I guess, they have to think about the actual animal. No one cares about your suede boots because they don’t resemble a cow.
Ohh mann! What season are those Alaia thigh highs? They remind me of the A/W 2006 Balenciaga boots that I totally snoozed on! I love ittt!
These are really awesome shots!!! I can’t believe I didn’t stumble across your blog earlier! Your food posts are simply devine!!!
Babystrange–The Alaia’s are actually from early 2007, maybe late 2006? Got them a while ago and there are a bunch of stains on them. Ugh.
Cindy–Thanks! I’m getting the feeling that people enjoy the fashion posts more though.
One part fashion. One part food. Please!!!!
Hitting up Jewel Bako this week for a friend’s birthday. We want to do live…
Natalie-Glad to hear it-I’m afraid the live lobster is most likely out of season but I would definitely ask I’m not 100% sure. Good to hear from you.
jesus. . . everything was going crazy already and then you added the pierre Hardy bag!! I’m speechless. best outfit post ever.
beautiful photos – obviously I enjoy ghosts.
First off..YES!!! Finally, someone else who loves full body animal pelts! I’m yearning for a skunk pelt myself.
BTW, this whole shoot is absolutely fantastic.
This post is so good on so many levels, especially the pelt because it’s like a good metaphorical middle finger to anyone who has tried to emulate this style, but fails because it’s just too “lite”. Anyways, always a fan of your posts!
PS I cooked the black cod!! It was sooo good!!
GORGEOUS….seriously is there anything that you cant do fantastically well?
god you are so fierce. where are these photos taken?
i just had to peep the incredible picks again and i must say, you do that alexander wang sweater the best!!
yes! i love doing ghost photos too. these are great
Spooky cool. Love your blog.
you do this jumper justice.
I have just come across your blog, and I am completely blown away – yours is by far one of the est blogs around, and this set of images is beautiful. Love it!
I LOVE THAT SWEATER!!!!!!!!!!!!!soooo very much!!!!!!!!!!I am super jealous, seeing as i will most likely never see it. but it looks fantastic on you!
i love your blog!
you have all the best pieces…i especially love the fox pelt.
such striking photos, i want to do a “ghostly” photoshoot too, for this white dress i just bought!
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I loved the photography – very ghostly… I suppose that’s what the black and white image, and water, inspired.
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