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Insulting Teacups

Check out these provocative teacups….These will surely make your next afternoon tea party a lively one! Retailing for about $60 a tea set,  Miss Havisham’s Curiosities carries every insult imaginable for every type of guest. “I love the juxtaposition of high brow and low. Here are these delicate and prissy cups …

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Miu Miu- Spring 2016

Miu Miu gave us gothic, housemaid on acid this season…. like a domesticated Blythe doll.  I can dig that. It also has a doll-ish quality that I totally approve of. Excuse me, while I go look for an organza apron somewhere. photos: Vogue Please follow and like us:

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Granny Cross-stitched Tattoos

   Turkish Tattoo artist Eva Krbdk specializes in cross-stitch tattoo designs when she’s not hogging consonants for her last name. Vowels are so passe. Any who, these tattoos are pretty awesome because it has a granny -chic quality to it. I’m always down for granny chic mixed with punk, so this is right …

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Spookshow Pinups By Ant Lucia

Check out these lady super heroes as 1940’s pinups by artist Ant Lucia! I love that pin-up look, but lately I feel like it’s been overdone and can get a little cheezy… I was really into pin-up stuff probably about 10 years, but I guess it is a timeless look. Anywho, check …

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Comic Book Heros almost save the day….

  Check out these enhanced, striking photos by  Brazil-based Art Director Butcher Billy. Each of these iconic war photographs have been photoshopped to include a comic book hero somewhere in the scene. Already these photos are very dramatic, but I feel with the comic book heroes, it sort of trivializes the whole …

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Cabbage Patch Fashion

Japanese designer Jenny Fax dug deep into the 80’s for inspiration for her latest collection. Cabbage Patch Dolls were the main attraction at the show. This would’ve been epic if the Garbage Pail Kids were replaced with those prissy Cabbage Patch dolls. I used to have 2 Cabbage Patch Dolls and I …

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