The Bram Stoker International Film Festival Fashion Show continued.

Part three of photos from The Bram Stoker International Film Festival Fashion Show held in Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK.

This is our third model; the scumptious Evie Wolfe wearing a shocking pink bird fascinator and matching beautiful corset and skirt. I designed the hat to contrast with her blue hair!  I wanted to keep the collection themed by Gaslight romance and Victorian horror.

model: Evie Wolfe, Image: Rob Taylor

model: Evie Wolfe, Image: Rob Taylor

Pink bird fascinator with matching pink/purple eyes.

Pink bird fascinator with matching pink/purple eyes.

From my well known collection of hats and fascinators called “Steampink”

Evie Wolfe at Professor Maelstromme's booth

Evie Wolfe at Professor Maelstromme’s booth

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Second part to Bram Stoker’s Film Festival Fashion Show

Part two; at the Film Festival held on the shores of Whitby; Here are a few more photos taken while spending a brilliant weekend watching horror movies and being entertained by brilliant dancers, bands, circus acts and music.

The fashion show was great fun and I made lots of new friends – One of them is Lisa http://www.facebook.com/tygrysekasia#!/ladylushlisa The following photos are of her and you can read her story here: http://www.pacerehab.com/lisa-eagleton-real-lives

~ Lady Lush Lisa ~

~ Lady Lush Lisa ~

Image: Jon Tzm Dea

Bram Stoker Fashion Show

Bram Stoker Fashion Show

Image: Rob Taylor.  We wanted to keep a theme of Autumn, Halloween and Horror – so this is our Autumn outfit.

Image: Les Auld

Image: Les Auld

Headdress: Professor Maelstromme http://www.etsy.com/shop/ProfMaelstromme?ref=si_shop
Clothing: Wyte Phantom http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151276214914924.525018.711384923&type=3#!/pages/Wyte-Phantom/119904928081954?fref=ts
Model: Lisa Eagleton http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151276214914924.525018.711384923&type=3#!/ladylushlisa?fref=ts
Image: Rob Taylor

The Bram Stoker Film Festival Fashion Show

My creative partner and I were invited to take part  by providing outfits and accessories for The Bram Stoker International Film Festival Fashion Show held in Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK ~http://www.bramstokerfilmfestival.com/

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We had a fun weekend, with great friends, excellent entertainment in the wonderful town of Whitby and finished it off Sunday at midnight watching the 1992 Dracula film directed and produced by Francis Ford Coppola, based on Bram Stoker’s novel.

Whitby is a seaside town and port situated on the east coast of Yorkshire, England. Once a year it holds the film Festival and twice a year the Gothic music weekends in April and then at Halloween.

Whitby is the home to the ruins of Whitby Abbey, has a history of fishing and whaling, was where Captain Cook learned seamanship, the steam railway arrived in 1839, jet and alum were mined locally with Whitby jet being sort after and fashionable by the Victorians and is associated with the horror novel Dracula writen by Bram Stoker.  Dracula leaves his castle and boards a Russian ship, the Demeter, taking along with him boxes of Transylvanian soil, which he needs in order to regain his strength. During the voyage to Whitby, he sustains himself on the ship’s crew members. Only one body is later found, that of the captain, who is found tied up to the ship’s helm. The captain’s log is recovered and tells of strange events that had taken place during the ship’s journey. Dracula leaves the ship in the form of a dog.

These are the first few photos – more to follow ……

Professor Maelstromme's stall

Professor Maelstromme’s stall

Back Stage with Frankiichan

Back Stage with Frankiichan

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Galleon Fascinator: Professor Maelstromme
Clothing: Wyte Phantom
Model: Francesca Dunn
Image: Rob Taylor

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