Nearly 30 years later, the Madballs are as popular as they ever were, and this past Wednesday they made their most unexpected debut on the runway,
Horror and high fashion may sound like two things that don't quite go together, but there has been an interesting trend of late that has seen a fusion of iconic horror movie imagery with elegant fashion.
Ukrainian designer Bob Basset specializes in shocking fashion accessories, including this one-of-a-kind purse modeled after Hannibal Lecter's ominous face mask.
Designer Thom Browne is no stranger to weird, gothic fashion collections.
Crimps, mullets and mohawks... these horror hairstyles seemed like a good idea at the time, but they just don’t quite hold the same sense of wonder as they did back in the day.
We got to chat with L.A.'s famed “Underground Pop” artist about her creative inspirations, her spooky new fashion line and an upcoming blood-drenched music video. Check it out!
Paris art gallery La Gaite Lyrique currently has an exhibit running through April 7th called "Arrrgh! Monsters in Fashion!" As a follow-up to the gallery's 2011 show, Pictoplasma, Arrrrgh! features 58 designers and 80 looks that are all monsters in one way or another.
The Museum at FIT in New York City is holding an exhibit called "Shoe Obsession" with over 150 incredible pairs of shoes on display. So why does this matter to FEARnet readers? Because many of these shoes look like they stepped out of some of our favorite horror movies.