Minimalism in style is quite easy to grasp, specially when your wardrobe is achromatic and stripped to essentials already. However, the term Minimalist Goth may seem like a juxtaposition since Classic Gothic garments are quite elaborate. But as a creative, style choice the idea is absolutely possible.
The first night was great! I was in front row (Arena) for all the bands that night. Actually, it was the best night since I managed to take my camera inside the Gramercy Theatre during the event (sorry guys!). Happy me is happier with a camera in hand. Here’s what I wore on the first night, pictures of the event and a video. Let the show begin!
They match my Betsy Johnson socks!
This is a little project I did to customize these old sneakers, some acrylic paint and of course my favorite tool: nail polish! After painting them thoroughly and letting them dry I sprayed a little bit of clear sealant. After a pair of new shoelaces… behold my kitsch foot-candy.
I made two dresses today, look.
Do you know these evil artifacts?
Some of the things I’ve been making latetly (some of them I made during summer)
ugly pictures await…
Pink Cupcake pin made of felt.
Above, viktor_exhumed approved.
Showcasing the work of fashion designer Alexander McQueen, fall 2009.
I don’t think my words are needed to describe why I picked these. Every piece shouts decadent elegance and a flawless eye for detail. Thought I don’t approve make-up wise, that Manson-esque big mouth is an instant refusal.
Polkadots from space
Step by step on how I painted old converse sneakers.