Inspiration: vintage showgirls

Showgirls costumes are extremely attractive to look at, I love the way sequins shine through the movement of feathers.

How the female body is decorated, to represent nudity without being too obvious and above all, the attitude the girls have.

fashion pachanga showgirls

 

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Inspiration: Jewelry as a drug

Because real drugs aren’t legal or convenient, there is jewelry to escape the real world.

fashion pachanga jewelry as a drug

 

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From art: grotesque

gro·tesque

[groh-tesk]  

adjective

1.

odd or unnatural in shape, appearance, or character; fantastically ugly or absurd; bizarre.
2.

fantastic in the shaping and combination of forms, as in decorative work combining incongruoushuman
 and animal figures with scrolls, foliage, etc.
noun

3.

any grotesque object, design, person, or thing.
Origin: 
1555–65;  < French  < Italian grottesco  (as noun, grottesca  grotesque decoration such as was
 apparentlyfound in excavated dwellings), derivative of grotta.  See grotto-esque

Related forms

gro·tesque·ly, adverb
gro·tesque·ness, noun
un·gro·tesque, adjective
Synonyms
1. distorted, deformed, weird, antic, wild. See fantastic.
Taken from: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/grotesque
Everything has a dark side, and I believe grotesque is the dark side of beautiful, so it should be as inspiring as beauty itself:
fashion pachanga grotesque
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The many faces of fashion: sexvertising

Fashion advertising tries to get to our deepest feelings that is what I like about it.

In this case, our desire for sex or something sex-related. We hear all the time that sex sells, and it’s true because everyone likes it.

Here some fashion sexvertising:

fashion pachanga sexvertising

 

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From religion: Ganesh

My opinion of Ganesh is purely aesthetic, it has been represented beautifully every time I see him.

All the shapes are voluptuous and have a very soft type of movement. Extremadamente hermoso.

fashion pachanga ganesh inspiration

Collage by Fashion Pachanga.

 

 

From music: shelter from the storm

Bob Dylan’s song, Shelter from the Storm:

“Suddenly I turned around and she was standing there
With silver bracelets on her wrists and flowers in her hair
She walked up to me so gracefully and took my crown of thorns
“Come in” she said
“I’ll give you shelter from the storm”.

I love the song, so I did this:

fashion pachanga shelter from the storm 1

fashion pachanga shelter from the storm 2

Both collages by Fashion Pachanga

The many faces of fashion: vintage covers

This four vintage Vogue covers are featuring one very speciall element: MISTERY.

fashion pachanga vintage face vogue covers

 

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