petrole:

shalom harlow at calvin klein spring summer 1999

petrole:

shalom harlow at calvin klein spring summer 1999

morsure:

shalom harlow at alexander mcqueen spring summer 1999

morsure:

shalom harlow at alexander mcqueen spring summer 1999

american-idolatry:

Shalom Harlow and Angela Lindvall at Yohji Yamamoto S/S 1999“Suitchi”

american-idolatry:

Shalom Harlow and Angela Lindvall at Yohji Yamamoto S/S 1999
“Suitchi”

horreure:

Shalom Harlow at Yohji Yamamoto S/S 1999

horreure:

Shalom Harlow at Yohji Yamamoto S/S 1999

hautekills:

Shalom Harlow at Christian Lacroix haute couture s/s 1994

hautekills:

Shalom Harlow at Christian Lacroix haute couture s/s 1994

Shalom Harlow @ Eclect Dissect, Givenchy F/W 1997 Haute Couture by Alexander McQueen

Shalom Harlow @ Eclect Dissect, Givenchy F/W 1997 Haute Couture by Alexander McQueen


Shalom Harlow at Hussein Chalayan S/S 1999“Geotropics”

Shalom Harlow at Hussein Chalayan S/S 1999
“Geotropics”


Shalom Harlow at Hussein Chalayan S/S 1999“Geotropics”

Shalom Harlow at Hussein Chalayan S/S 1999
“Geotropics”


Shalom Harlow at Yohji Yamamoto S/S 1999

Shalom Harlow at Yohji Yamamoto S/S 1999

“Suitchi”
Shalom Harlow and Angela Lindvall at Yohji Yamamoto S/S 1999

bitchismad:

Shalom Harlow at Christian Dior haute couture f/w 1997 by John Galliano

bitchismad:

Shalom Harlow at Christian Dior haute couture f/w 1997 by John Galliano

hautekills:

Shalom Harlow @ Valentino haute couture s/s 1994

hautekills:

Shalom Harlow @ Valentino haute couture s/s 1994

hautekills:

Shalom Harlow at Christian Dior haute couture s/s 1994

hautekills:

Shalom Harlow at Christian Dior haute couture s/s 1994

stopdropandvogue:

Shalom Harlow in Christian Dior Haute Couture Fall/Winter 1997

stopdropandvogue:

Shalom Harlow in Christian Dior Haute Couture Fall/Winter 1997

Eclect Dissect, Givenchy F/W 1997 Haute Couture by Alexander McQueen

For this show, McQueen’s art director Simon Costin imagined a fictional surgeon who traveled the world collecting exotic objects and women, whom he took apart and reassembled in his laboratory. The runway staged the return of these murdered women who came back to haunt the living. The models embodied their ghosts, dressed in unique garments of Scottish tartan, Spanish lace, kimonos, and Eastern folk dresses decorated with feathers and animals. McQueen acted like a surgeon with the collection, dissecting traditional clothing and reconstructing their forms to create a morbid aura.