Monthly Archives: June 2011

Sunday’s Primary Outfit

Sunday’s primary outfit brought my own items together with some very enamoring pieces I purchased over the years.

Sunday's Primary Outfit

Starring a floor-length leather coat, built around a twelve-piece, with rings and straps decorated, bodice, enabling fitting snugly while producing a massive broadness falling down the legs, instantly setting the overall appearance of the outfit, maintained by the likewise decorated three-piece tailored sleeves rounded off in a point covering the lower hand; this coat is worn open, restrained only by a central closure-chain exposing a mere strip of skin.
The undergarments continue the trend by being limited to a set of wide leather pants and elbow-length button-closed gloves, only visible through the subtle opening of the coat, yet enough for allowing vision of the bare chest to reach up to the throat where the coat’s standing neck-tie connects the ferocious grey-fur collar covering most of the upper chest and shoulders.
Topped off by a most enchantingly forged crown, dispersing a fragmented mirror glow, reflected by the glossed-plate girdle and majestic pair of silver rings, the outfit’s condensed appearance is reimbursed by the headpiece elevating beset the already confrontative ivory horns whilst retaining the voluptuous blue shaded hair to reveal large portions of the face, imbued with dark-blue shades delineating the deep purple eyes.



Fluffy hand-warmers / wrist-fluffies, with 4 inch glow sticksFurry leg-warmers / boot-covers with 6 inch glow sticks
Augmenting monday’s fur legwarmers and hand-fluffies by the insertion of glow sticks through outward-curving slits into pockets withing the lining, and fixing them secure by bringing a loose backsticth through their lanyard-holes.

Pfingstgef​lüster Shoot

On thursday june 9, I had the opportunity of doing the first official photo-shoot presenting my own designs being photographed by Marcus Rietzsch in the upper hall of the Leipziger Neues Rathaus. The results from this fruitful experience are set to appear printed in the 2011 issue of Pfingstgeflüster, the annual publication documenting the various aspects of the Wave Gotik Treffen, after which they’ll be posted on this website.

The Team, Upper hall Neues Rathaus, Leipzig

The Black Shirt

The Black Shirt, open collarThe Black Shirt, front with jabotThe Black Shirt, sleeve back

The original black shirt was my first experiment at elaborate shirt-making and was based upon a regular box-placket shirt-body with side-insets providing a perfectly tailored fit. The in the shoulder and wrist-seams gathered sleeves are tied down in mid-biceps with a fixated ribbon, supplying a slight puffed effect, and are elongated from the wrist onwards by bias-tape trimmed ruffles.

Most notable is perhaps the accompanying circle-cut jabot, by accordio-folds fixated within a strap re-placeable under a secluded layer in the shirt’s collar, and which is like the ruffles, also finished by matching black satin bias-tape.

Contact Page and Stylistic Updates

Still sorting through many a correspondence generated from the Wave Gotik Treffen festival, while trying to plan further summer activities, I concocted a sleek Contact Page to elegantly replace the previous message system. The new module is set up to open communication channels through a friendly front within the blog interface, adjusting to the individual’s inclinations.

Other performed adaptions mostly involved stylistic modifications to the trusted z-bench theme, going from highlighting post categories on the main and search index pages to more engaging fonts and a new, properly contemplated, navigation system.

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