Suspiria (2018) dir. Luca Guadagnino
Hereditary (2018) dir. Ari Aster
Jennifer’s Body (2009) dir. Karyn Kusama
Mother! (2017) dir. Darren Aronofsky
Black Swan (2010) dir. Darren Aronofsky
Gone Girl (2014) dir. David Fincher
The Witch (2015) dir. Robert Eggers
The Sentate Haute Couture 2022 Collection draws on my favourite aspects of fashion; a dark story told through design... A coven of witches hidden in plain sight! They speak in ancient whispers, conjuring incredible power and looking devistatingly chic whilst they do so. Inspired by my long term muse Cassandra Goth, the genius of Alexander McQueen and...SUSPIRIA (2018)!
This years collection features harsh yet feminine silhouettes with tailored cuts, re-imagined wadrobe staples and almost psychedelic prints. The collection is completed by mysterious accessories fit for only those brave enough to wear them.
Included in the Collection are 22 items available across my standard 25 swatch colour palette in addition to 5 bonus swatches.
The collection will be publicly available on the 30th of September.
There’s hardly a frame of Argento’s Suspiria that doesn’t feature at least a glimmer of red somewhere. The walls of the demented ballet school that serves as the film’s nightmarish setting are blood red, both inside and out. When the walls aren’t red, the backlighting is, frequently casting a red glare over everything. The lipstick on the pale faces of Suspiria’s unwary ballerinas, and their nail polish, is red. And when the horror comes, it’s sumptuously, terrifyingly red as well. [...] Argento’s Suspiria put red everywhere, right from the jump, because the evil within the dance school was everywhere — and so was the bright red creative passion that fueled said evil. The film’s emphasis on color made death dazzling; it transformed its witches’ gleeful bloodlust into a sensory-overloading, overwhelming breed of terror.