The Steampunk Heart Necklace by Urška Habjan Jewellery is the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your steampunk sweetheart.
Fight off the wintry weather in the Herald Cowl Neck Long Sleeve Top by Helmouth Apparel, a vegan-friendly apparel and accessories line.
Grab the Nightmare Before Christmas Leggings by Black Milk and carry the holiday and Halloween spirit with you all year long.
Wiggle your way into the new year in style with the Black Widow Cocktail Dress by Tatyana. Oh, what a tangled web you’ll weave.
Krampusnacht is around the corner, meaning soon Krampus is coming to town. This Gruss Vom Krampus Tee by Sourpuss is a must have item to honor Krampus and get in the holiday spirit!
Tomorrowland fashion editorial shot by Sequoia Emmanuelle featuring Gelareh, Rockstar Wigs, Marianna Harutunian, Charles Albert, and more.
Luxury leather accessory brand Contrived to Charm’s leather bats wing boot straps create a deathrock, witchy, and batty inspired look. With all things Halloween in the air, how can you resist?
This Item of the Week from Kill Star bridges the gap between low-key fashion choices and making bold statements with your clothing.
The Desiderium Leggings by Alien Botany by Zoetica Ebb were designed with your body in mind and make an easy yet fashionable fall outfit when topped with a comfy tunic.
Candydrip’s collection shown at at Toronto’s FAT Art & Fashion Week 2014 was one of powerful, sexual, strong femininity. The silicone-infused designs were all individual conceptions of this theme. One-of-a-kind art pieces, made to fit the models who strolled down the runway emblazoned with the spirit of the clothing.
We’ve been fans of House of Etiquette since we first laid eyes on them about four years ago. Designers Ashley Davies and Mina Smart have excelled at filling the gap between fashion and fetish with their latex collections. This year at Toronto’s FAT Art & Fashion Week they expanded on the staples and showcased new showstoppers.
David C. Wigley premiered his new label CLAN GORDON at Toronto’s FAT Art & Fashion Week. He may have blurred the lines between alternative and mainstream, but he does it with flare: a sense of Celtic traditions mixed with grunge rock.
Artiface is no stranger to the runways at Toronto’s FAT Art & Fashion Week, and each year the collection is one of the highlights. Designer Emily Rishea creates timeless pieces out of modern day materials, this year was only enhanced by her collaboration with Posh Fairytale Couture designer Rachel Sigmon.
Atlier Wonder’s collection shown at Toronto’s FAT Art & Fashion Week was an exciting mix of art and underground fashion trends. Paulina Wonder hales from Montreal, Quebec, Canada and this was her first time at FAT and her collection definitely impressed with a colorful mash-up of Japanese flair and punk vibes.
This week’s Item of the Week is anything but low-key; it’s several. Hit a high note in your artsiest ensemble with this Betsey Johnson pleather Piano Wristlet swinging by your side.
With Love Lingerie unveiled a whimsical and romantic collection at Toronto’s FAT Art & Fashion Week, using beautifully embroidered, sheer fabrics, and lace. Nightgowns, robes, and lingerie sets in warm, earthy tones were draped exquisitely in classical early 19th century silhouettes.
Many of designer Mic. Carter’s pieces may be more at home in an art gallery then your closet, though the flowing dark fabrics and hooded cloaks stayed in my mind, making the L’uomo Strano collection shown Toronto’s FAT Art & Fashion Week at stand out.
Designer Luca Galardo’s brand Diodati shown at Toronto’s FAT Art & Fashion Week blurs many lines in fashion and gender, and does it beautifully.
Moonlit encounters beckon and romantic flights of fancy call.
The tried and true classics in indulgent textures, patterns, and colors create attraction with an aura of mystery.
The designers behind accessory label The Rogue + The Wolf are as intriguing and enigmatic as their name implies. Eloise H.R. and Michael W. say they are tech and knowledge junkies. Their collaborations are a labor of love and innovation. The duo use 3D printing technology to craft all of their pieces. Their aesthetic is original yet versatile.
Matty Morbid, model, musician, and boylesque performer known for his trademark hoop dancing, never tries to impress anyone but himself and by this method succeeds in impressing many.