Dead and Lovely Fashion
A fashion and DIY blog.
Influences: goth, punk, grunge, street, lace, space.
Moderated by: magicpixiedreamfemme
I try and reblog people of diverse races and genders.
Dead and Lovely Fashion
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Hair of Elay Neal Moses, 25.6.14
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jessijaejoplin:

Stay Dripped: High Fashion Shopping Soiree feat. Rojas 
http://jessijaejoplin.buzznet.com/photos/staydripped/
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creepyyeha:

This man
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theartoftransliness:

blackandyellowdoodles:

painted some trainers up ready for my road trip!
(i can’t decide on the laces!)

Very cool!
theartoftransliness:

blackandyellowdoodles:

painted some trainers up ready for my road trip!
(i can’t decide on the laces!)

Very cool!
theartoftransliness:

blackandyellowdoodles:

painted some trainers up ready for my road trip!
(i can’t decide on the laces!)

Very cool!
theartoftransliness:

blackandyellowdoodles:

painted some trainers up ready for my road trip!
(i can’t decide on the laces!)

Very cool!
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punk-puke:

♡♡ matching hair and makeup ♡♡
look at the skirt i posted in my shop im v proud of them
punk-puke:

♡♡ matching hair and makeup ♡♡
look at the skirt i posted in my shop im v proud of them
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instagram:

Playing with Masks with @artedemirar

To see more of Sandra’s work, follow @artedemirar on Instagram.

A leggy flamingo. A quintet of Russian nesting dolls. A bonsai tree. A robot that resembles R2-D2.

These are just a few of the characters Sandra Suárez (@artedemirar) brings to life through the masks she makes, then wears, on Instagram. “It’s for fun,” Sandra says. “Sometimes we forget to do the things that amuse us. Leave out the obligations and worries and just play.”

Sandra, who is an artist and began painting and experimenting with different materials as a child, has built an international community on Instagram that inspires her and informs her work. “This week, a girl from Indonesia wrote me, saying that I had inspired a recycling project she was doing in school,” she says. “How is that possible? From Spain I managed to reach a person who was thousands of miles away.”
instagram:

Playing with Masks with @artedemirar

To see more of Sandra’s work, follow @artedemirar on Instagram.

A leggy flamingo. A quintet of Russian nesting dolls. A bonsai tree. A robot that resembles R2-D2.

These are just a few of the characters Sandra Suárez (@artedemirar) brings to life through the masks she makes, then wears, on Instagram. “It’s for fun,” Sandra says. “Sometimes we forget to do the things that amuse us. Leave out the obligations and worries and just play.”

Sandra, who is an artist and began painting and experimenting with different materials as a child, has built an international community on Instagram that inspires her and informs her work. “This week, a girl from Indonesia wrote me, saying that I had inspired a recycling project she was doing in school,” she says. “How is that possible? From Spain I managed to reach a person who was thousands of miles away.”
instagram:

Playing with Masks with @artedemirar

To see more of Sandra’s work, follow @artedemirar on Instagram.

A leggy flamingo. A quintet of Russian nesting dolls. A bonsai tree. A robot that resembles R2-D2.

These are just a few of the characters Sandra Suárez (@artedemirar) brings to life through the masks she makes, then wears, on Instagram. “It’s for fun,” Sandra says. “Sometimes we forget to do the things that amuse us. Leave out the obligations and worries and just play.”

Sandra, who is an artist and began painting and experimenting with different materials as a child, has built an international community on Instagram that inspires her and informs her work. “This week, a girl from Indonesia wrote me, saying that I had inspired a recycling project she was doing in school,” she says. “How is that possible? From Spain I managed to reach a person who was thousands of miles away.”
instagram:

Playing with Masks with @artedemirar

To see more of Sandra’s work, follow @artedemirar on Instagram.

A leggy flamingo. A quintet of Russian nesting dolls. A bonsai tree. A robot that resembles R2-D2.

These are just a few of the characters Sandra Suárez (@artedemirar) brings to life through the masks she makes, then wears, on Instagram. “It’s for fun,” Sandra says. “Sometimes we forget to do the things that amuse us. Leave out the obligations and worries and just play.”

Sandra, who is an artist and began painting and experimenting with different materials as a child, has built an international community on Instagram that inspires her and informs her work. “This week, a girl from Indonesia wrote me, saying that I had inspired a recycling project she was doing in school,” she says. “How is that possible? From Spain I managed to reach a person who was thousands of miles away.”
instagram:

Playing with Masks with @artedemirar

To see more of Sandra’s work, follow @artedemirar on Instagram.

A leggy flamingo. A quintet of Russian nesting dolls. A bonsai tree. A robot that resembles R2-D2.

These are just a few of the characters Sandra Suárez (@artedemirar) brings to life through the masks she makes, then wears, on Instagram. “It’s for fun,” Sandra says. “Sometimes we forget to do the things that amuse us. Leave out the obligations and worries and just play.”

Sandra, who is an artist and began painting and experimenting with different materials as a child, has built an international community on Instagram that inspires her and informs her work. “This week, a girl from Indonesia wrote me, saying that I had inspired a recycling project she was doing in school,” she says. “How is that possible? From Spain I managed to reach a person who was thousands of miles away.”
instagram:

Playing with Masks with @artedemirar

To see more of Sandra’s work, follow @artedemirar on Instagram.

A leggy flamingo. A quintet of Russian nesting dolls. A bonsai tree. A robot that resembles R2-D2.

These are just a few of the characters Sandra Suárez (@artedemirar) brings to life through the masks she makes, then wears, on Instagram. “It’s for fun,” Sandra says. “Sometimes we forget to do the things that amuse us. Leave out the obligations and worries and just play.”

Sandra, who is an artist and began painting and experimenting with different materials as a child, has built an international community on Instagram that inspires her and informs her work. “This week, a girl from Indonesia wrote me, saying that I had inspired a recycling project she was doing in school,” she says. “How is that possible? From Spain I managed to reach a person who was thousands of miles away.”
instagram:

Playing with Masks with @artedemirar

To see more of Sandra’s work, follow @artedemirar on Instagram.

A leggy flamingo. A quintet of Russian nesting dolls. A bonsai tree. A robot that resembles R2-D2.

These are just a few of the characters Sandra Suárez (@artedemirar) brings to life through the masks she makes, then wears, on Instagram. “It’s for fun,” Sandra says. “Sometimes we forget to do the things that amuse us. Leave out the obligations and worries and just play.”

Sandra, who is an artist and began painting and experimenting with different materials as a child, has built an international community on Instagram that inspires her and informs her work. “This week, a girl from Indonesia wrote me, saying that I had inspired a recycling project she was doing in school,” she says. “How is that possible? From Spain I managed to reach a person who was thousands of miles away.”
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iflyastarship:

New blog post up! #iflyastarship.blogspot.com  💦🍡🍧🌻🐬✨🐚💕
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kinyoubi:

長澤 隆太郎/あわつまい(19歳、日美&フリーター)
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arabellesicardi:

i remember the first time i saw this season of comme des garcons. it was late spring or early summer. i was sitting outside on my porch talking 2 tavi on the phone. new york magazine just featured her 4 the first time, the change and tension in the air was palpable. we spoke about this season, this makeup specifically. she was 12 years old i think, still. we were both too young, too new. this makeup was very important to both of us. i remember she copied it for a blog post once. for whatever reason, i never have. 
it definitely changed my life. i remember staring at it and slapping mosquito bites on my ankles in late summer and knowing i was understood deep down in my ribcage somewhere by a few people. the girl on the phone, the makeup artist, the designer of my favorite brand. it keeps me going. on and on and on and on and on and on and on
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wocinsolidarity:

homoarigato:

what pastel hair means for women of color

From the article:
Everdeen Mason: “…I grew up in the suburbs of Cincinnati, a black Latina with nappy roots, with pelo malo. I spent a lot of time letting people tell me what I was supposed to be doing with my hair. It was infuriating. My whole life I’ve been looking for hair that identifies me. Unable to attain (or get my parents to pay for) the elaborate, braided updos and beehives of my black classmates and unable to style my hair effortlessly like my white classmates, I was attracted to the extreme but never fully took the plunge. I was still trying to look normal, which to me meant having straight hair. But, how is relaxed hair any more natural to me than purple hair?…”
Diana Nguyen: “…Up until college, I was surrounded by similar-looking people. The same dark-brown eyes. The same skin tones. The same hair. Except, as I got older, hair colors got lighter and blonder. Meet another subculture: the Asian Baby Girl or, as the locals like to call her, the ABG. She is a doll, an Oriental Barbie, personified. Her makeup is always perfect, with nary a fake eyelash out of place. Her blue or green contacts complement her overly teased blonde highlights or bleached-blonde ‘do. She pops in a club of electro-house-dancing, black-haired peers. She is my brother’s girlfriend. She is, at times, my sister. She is quite a few of my friends. But, she is never me. Until Ott was done with me, that is…” 
wocinsolidarity:

homoarigato:

what pastel hair means for women of color

From the article:
Everdeen Mason: “…I grew up in the suburbs of Cincinnati, a black Latina with nappy roots, with pelo malo. I spent a lot of time letting people tell me what I was supposed to be doing with my hair. It was infuriating. My whole life I’ve been looking for hair that identifies me. Unable to attain (or get my parents to pay for) the elaborate, braided updos and beehives of my black classmates and unable to style my hair effortlessly like my white classmates, I was attracted to the extreme but never fully took the plunge. I was still trying to look normal, which to me meant having straight hair. But, how is relaxed hair any more natural to me than purple hair?…”
Diana Nguyen: “…Up until college, I was surrounded by similar-looking people. The same dark-brown eyes. The same skin tones. The same hair. Except, as I got older, hair colors got lighter and blonder. Meet another subculture: the Asian Baby Girl or, as the locals like to call her, the ABG. She is a doll, an Oriental Barbie, personified. Her makeup is always perfect, with nary a fake eyelash out of place. Her blue or green contacts complement her overly teased blonde highlights or bleached-blonde ‘do. She pops in a club of electro-house-dancing, black-haired peers. She is my brother’s girlfriend. She is, at times, my sister. She is quite a few of my friends. But, she is never me. Until Ott was done with me, that is…” 
wocinsolidarity:

homoarigato:

what pastel hair means for women of color

From the article:
Everdeen Mason: “…I grew up in the suburbs of Cincinnati, a black Latina with nappy roots, with pelo malo. I spent a lot of time letting people tell me what I was supposed to be doing with my hair. It was infuriating. My whole life I’ve been looking for hair that identifies me. Unable to attain (or get my parents to pay for) the elaborate, braided updos and beehives of my black classmates and unable to style my hair effortlessly like my white classmates, I was attracted to the extreme but never fully took the plunge. I was still trying to look normal, which to me meant having straight hair. But, how is relaxed hair any more natural to me than purple hair?…”
Diana Nguyen: “…Up until college, I was surrounded by similar-looking people. The same dark-brown eyes. The same skin tones. The same hair. Except, as I got older, hair colors got lighter and blonder. Meet another subculture: the Asian Baby Girl or, as the locals like to call her, the ABG. She is a doll, an Oriental Barbie, personified. Her makeup is always perfect, with nary a fake eyelash out of place. Her blue or green contacts complement her overly teased blonde highlights or bleached-blonde ‘do. She pops in a club of electro-house-dancing, black-haired peers. She is my brother’s girlfriend. She is, at times, my sister. She is quite a few of my friends. But, she is never me. Until Ott was done with me, that is…” 
wocinsolidarity:

homoarigato:

what pastel hair means for women of color

From the article:
Everdeen Mason: “…I grew up in the suburbs of Cincinnati, a black Latina with nappy roots, with pelo malo. I spent a lot of time letting people tell me what I was supposed to be doing with my hair. It was infuriating. My whole life I’ve been looking for hair that identifies me. Unable to attain (or get my parents to pay for) the elaborate, braided updos and beehives of my black classmates and unable to style my hair effortlessly like my white classmates, I was attracted to the extreme but never fully took the plunge. I was still trying to look normal, which to me meant having straight hair. But, how is relaxed hair any more natural to me than purple hair?…”
Diana Nguyen: “…Up until college, I was surrounded by similar-looking people. The same dark-brown eyes. The same skin tones. The same hair. Except, as I got older, hair colors got lighter and blonder. Meet another subculture: the Asian Baby Girl or, as the locals like to call her, the ABG. She is a doll, an Oriental Barbie, personified. Her makeup is always perfect, with nary a fake eyelash out of place. Her blue or green contacts complement her overly teased blonde highlights or bleached-blonde ‘do. She pops in a club of electro-house-dancing, black-haired peers. She is my brother’s girlfriend. She is, at times, my sister. She is quite a few of my friends. But, she is never me. Until Ott was done with me, that is…” 
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creepyyeha:

Best vintage find ever ;-;
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pyrrhics:

release the doves 
pyrrhics:

release the doves