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.
From my well known collection of hats and fascinators called “Steampink”
Professor Maeltromme’s outfit “Steampunk Tomb Raider” for the Asylum Steampunk con fashion show; created by myself and Wyte Phantom clothing and not forgetting Kate Cox for the armour!.
Professor Maelstromme: She sells amazing stuff on Etsy: ProfMaelstromme.etsy.com ans she has a facebook page she would like you to like!
While clearing out my mums attic I found a wonderful childs doll small china tea set. My mum gave me a bottle of Pimms for doing it! so after a couple of glasses I made the teacups and saucers into hats. I immediately went out searching all of the local antique shops for more, the mismatched the better. I have added artificial flowers, hair net, hat pins, spoons, vintage odd earrings and even a spider!
Professor Maelstromme is exhibiting exquisite items at this new Museum which opens to the public in March, located in Stratford-upon-Avon, the hometown of Shakespeare, UK
The MAD museum is a wonderful and exciting collection of machines incorporating gears, chains, pulleys and whirligig paraphernalia. The exhibits fall into three areas:
- Kinetic Art = art in motion
- Automata = interesting mechanical contraptions
- Steampunk = modern gizmos with a Victorian twist
Freaky doll head fascinators made by Professor Maelstromme called Clockwork Cannibal Charlottes. Little lost dolls with scary faces created into jewellery and fascinators, when you buy one and keep it in your bedroom make sure you lock it away at night!
Please read previous posts about Cannibal Charlottes for their full story.
Always fascinated by skulls I have created a range of mini top hats and fascinators using faux cat and crow skulls. As we loved them to death, and beyond; Not texidermy; Professor Maelstromme’s taxifackery. The structure that remains after life, is still beautiful (faux or not).
For sale on etsy, which will soon be accepting payment with credit cards as well as paypal.
I have listed new doll head items on my etsy ~ selling fast so please take a look quick. Thank you and Happy New Year.
Due to a great amount of interest in my cut throat razor necklaces I have made two more and here they are. Thank you for your interest in these.
Made from disassembled vintage straight razors and adorned with little artifacts telling a story. Don’t cut your own throat on the dance floor!
Model; Cas wearing the cut throat razor I made for her. Leather corset and clothingmade by Engineers of Desire.com
DISCLAIMER; I have done my best to blunt the razor and protect your delicate necks from the blade using resin but take care when you wear this it is a real blunted blade. I take no responsibility for cut throats on the dance floor!
Handmade in Winchester, the ancient capital of Wessex and the Kingdom of England. Winchester is a unique heritage city just an hour south west of London, with a magnificent historic Cathedral, surrounded by fabulous rolling countryside and pretty Hampshire villages.
Please like/join me on facebook for updates on new items http://www.facebook.com/pages/Professor-Maelstromme/243301422348426