Tag Archives: dark

AQUIRAX UNO

Psychedelia with strong Aubrey Beardsley and ero guru influences = the sheer brilliance of Japanese artist Aquirax Uno. Enjoy.

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HERE IT COMES

So much good stuff in stock right now: 

Pretty Belladonna 90s crepe, net, chiffon, and lace bell sleeve top w/ floral embroidery. here

Black Angel 90s velvet top w/ macrame fringe flared sleeves. here

She’s a Killer incredibly sexy slinky disco dress w/ 11″ dripping fringe! here

Kundalini Express vintage crushed velvet duster jacket. Indian meet Masonic chic! here

Electric Gypsy 70s tiered chiffon ruffles dress. here

Sweetness and light vintage Bali crochet top. here

Superstition 70s Indian mini dress w/ mirrors. here

Madelaine black boho summer dress w/ tons of rainbow embroidery. here

Moonage Daydream 70s Indian floral/geometric print summer dress. here

Immortal Beloved vintage angel sleeve blouse in sexy peek-a-boo stretch lace. here

Angelica cutie pie boho summer dress w/ lace and bows. here

Use enter discount code ‘cosmic’ during checkout to receive 20% off! More stunners land in stock tonight too. xoxo, Goldmine Trash

 

3’s A CROWD

I wish I knew who to credit for this brilliant photo. Ellen Rogers perhaps?

KATY RODRIGUEZ S/S 2011

It’s times like this when I regret my blog lacking video uploading capabilities. Instead, please click here to view a short film featuring this cosmos inspired collection, aptly named Galaxia. The colors. the prints, the soft flowing silhouettes… so good.

STYLE ON SCREEN: VALERIE AND HER WEEK OF WONDERS

Menstrual blood. Jealous lovers. Incest. Pedophilia. Ritualism. Bestiality. Lesbianism. Orgies. Violence. Vampirism. Torture. Partial nudity. Public Executions. .. and an animal killing for good measure. Not exactly your average film, even by 70s European standards, and how it stayed off the banned lists is beyond me. But what’s even more odd? A 13 year old girl (Anna Karina-esque Jaroslava Schallerova) played the female lead.

Like the Annunciation and Maladolescenza, one can’t help but wonder who the target audience for Jaromil Jires’ gothic fantasy film Valerie and Her Week of Wonders was. At first glance one might assume this is a childrens movie, yet it’s anything but. Its overt darkness lies in perfect equilibrium with the innocence of the young girls flaunted throughout. The line between ingenue and lolita blurred.

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THE FLAMES CREPT HIGHER AND HIGHER

Troyka ‘burning of the witch’

LE PETIT CHAPERON ROUGE

I love Chelsea Greene Lewyta’s renditions of Little Red Riding hood. Morbidly delicious!

¬†Crabs! ‘le petit chaperon rouge’