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Interiors as textiles & Halloween

October 30, 2010

From dollhouses to mouse holes, smaller-than-life interiors are something I’ve been obsessed with since I was very young–and placing interiors in places they don’t necessary belong is another thrill of mine. When I saw the up-close shots of these digitally printed dresses with interior/architectural scenes on the Six Six Six blog, I fell in love.

Tchaikovsky-Darling-Mary-Katrantzou-spring-2011

Tchaikovsky-Darling-Mary-Katrantzou-spring-2011

They’re Mary Katrantzou‘s Spring 2011, and you can see the whole collection here. Mary landed on my watch-list during Fashion Week Fall 2010 with this incredible collection. She’s proving to be a creative master of beautiful digitally printed textiles, and one of the few designers I am actively excited to follow.

Tchaikovsky-Darling-Mary-Katrantzou-spring-2011

Slso, Halloween began last night, officially!

…I began mine last night at the Soviet costume party my Balkan party crew threw at Mehanata. Me and the troops risked our lives to stretch cobwebs across the ceiling, knowing well they will mostly be destroyed by Sunday after three nights of raucus Eastern-European style partying, and we’ll have to do it all over again. Opa anyway!

tchaikovsky darling halloween 2010 mehanata burdel dali presents soviet costume party

tchaikovsky darling halloween 2010 mehanata burdel dali presents soviet costume party

tchaikovsky darling halloween 2010 mehanata burdel dali presents soviet costume party

tchaikovsky darling halloween 2010 mehanata burdel dali presents soviet costume party

tchaikovsky darling halloween 2010 mehanata burdel dali presents soviet costume party

This is only the beginning…

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 30, 2010 12:21 PM

    Those dresses are so unbelievably cool I can’t even…

    • Tchaikovsky Darling permalink*
      November 13, 2010 3:45 PM

      I know, I’m obsessed with this concept on so many levels.

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