While I was born a little after David Lynch released his cult TV series Twin Peaks, thanks to my older sister I grew up with a distinct regard for the way the show altered the industry and paved the road for masterfully weird television.
This March Paris Fashion Week set the parameters for many of the upcoming Spring and Fall trends. The runway proved to be an inspiration not only for clothing, but also for makeup ideas.
Black and White – the most classic colorless madley that remains ever- modern and in style. Falshion presents some fresh ideas on how to rock this trendy ensemble as we exit the winter season.
If you haven’t yet gotten that special someone in your life a token to show your appreciation for all those little (and big) things he/she does to make you feel wonderful, don’t fret.
Ladies and gentlemen, let us introduce to you lady Lilith – the beautiful (and beautifully frightening) archetypal female-vamp who, as Dante Gabriel Rossetti splendidly versified in 1886, possesses the power to dominate man’s body and heart. Ah yes, and his life as well.
My hands are asking you breathlessly:
Haven’t you longed to be a guitar?
To wait for a musician in a desperate rhythm
thirsty fingers over you to run?
Unlike the little black dress, which Coco Chanel deemed imperative for every woman’s wardrobe, the red dress is something more special and distinctive. Owning a red dress is not a necessity, but rather – a privilege.
Not so much a color but rather a shade, black has probably the most complex symbolism in fashion, analogous only to the color blue.
During the Victorian era black was exclusively the color of mourning and widowhood, demanding not only a strict dress code but a certain etiquette as well
Whether it is an abiding love for animals, a desire to get out in nature as often as possible, or perhaps the impulse to dance and sing madly when no one else is watching – everyone has something of the samodiva in their nature.
Ever wonder how you stack up to mythological archetypes? Ever Dreamed of Transforming Yourself? If you haven’t, maybe, just maybe, you should.
Characters in folkloric traditions and myths were not created in a vacuum.