(apparently you can’t use touch screen in leather gloves)
And here is his equally lovely nemesis! (Not Johnny Snow.)
Beware - here are some new members for the Evil League of Evil!
Saturday the 18th of August I participated in a small alternative fashion show in Copenhagen. I had chosen “Evil League of Evil” as my theme, which was basically me showing five fashionable villain outfits, based on the concept of Evil League of Evil from Dr Horrible (weird villains, oh yeah!).
My self-invented chosen villains were:
Scarab-Juice: Based on BeetleJuice and therefore quite Tim Burton inspired. Lots of stripes, long restraint-suit-ish closed sleeves, that ends in a sandworm head, and a fascinator shaped like a scarab.
Fraülein Vasst-Binder: I miiiiight have watched a movie too maany with Michael Fassbender when this name came to me, and I realised that I should make a military-styled outfit with lots of ropes… The sleeves have long ropes circling the arms (can be used as whips), the corset has all the rope you see on the front bound separately on the back… I’ll hopefully get a better photo of that detail at some point.
Lady Nemo: A most ladylike Victorian villain with a heap of tentacles hiding under her bustle, she’ll seduce you any day and drag you into the ocean… She is of course inspired by Captain Nemo, Cthulhu and the deep, deep sea.
Tinker Tesla: The wonderful and crazy Vanessa, who starred as my mad scientist, is from GeekPhysical, and well… I suppose all I needed to do was make her a lab coat, she does the evil mad scientist villain thing all by herself!
Ghastly Geisha (me): A lovely, stripy geisha, being ever so cute, but hiding dark secrets behind her back - as you can see below, where I’ve put a photo of the back of the kimono/obi. I totally needed a stripy kimono, so I needed a villain for that ;)
Detail from the back of the kimono/obi:
The whole team: