She didn’t know that my heart was a sandstorm waiting to open her skin in a desert of cuts. She didn’t know the animal that waited in my stomach, silently shredding the walls. For her, my heart wore small white shoes and carried a purse, went to bed early. I wanted to shoot myself into her arms so she understood the need to crash cars with me, to tear up pavement because we were beautiful.

Michelle Tea, Valencia

gothiccharmschool:

Look! Look at babyfaced clintcatalyst! I do not know who the charming young lady with him is, but I’m pretty sure that they’re both wearing clothing from the long-gone Raevyn Clothing. How do I know that? Because that designer made my wedding dress and frock coat.

Ah! Totally remember this campaign…and the female with him is Gabriele Hess, whose style was fvcking stellar.  She appeared on the cover of Carpe Noctem Magazine, Volume III Issue 2, which I venture to guess you have in your collection. (Smile.)  I’d love to see pictures of you in your wedding dress gothiccharmschool…Are they posted anywhere?    

gothiccharmschool:

Look! Look at babyfaced clintcatalyst! I do not know who the charming young lady with him is, but I’m pretty sure that they’re both wearing clothing from the long-gone Raevyn Clothing. How do I know that? Because that designer made my wedding dress and frock coat.

Ah! Totally remember this campaign…and the female with him is Gabriele Hess, whose style was fvcking stellar.  She appeared on the cover of Carpe Noctem Magazine, Volume III Issue 2, which I venture to guess you have in your collection. (Smile.)  I’d love to see pictures of you in your wedding dress gothiccharmschool…Are they posted anywhere?    

Germany, late 1980s

Germany, late 1980s

Inna Zobova for Yves St. Laurent Haute CoutureSpring 2002

Inna Zobova for Yves St. Laurent Haute Couture
Spring 2002

(On Model’s Arms): The Dancing Bag, from Season FourA fashion accessory/handbag hybrid by Amalia Mattaör

(On Model’s Arms): The Dancing Bag, from Season Four
A fashion accessory/handbag hybrid by Amalia Mattaör

NIGHTNIGHT by DEDDY