Are you fascinated by the dark side of life? Then latest Goth style trends that combine finesse with the somber aura of Gothic. Read these tips on how to adopt the ultra-popular Goth Glam style.
01 Oct, 2009
Goth Glamor, Twilight fashion, Vamp chic, you name it! All these names refer to the quickly spreading virus that infected the population of our beloved planet Earth. It's shiny, it's classy and bold, a mixture of the 60s sexual revolution and the Frankenstein Gothic vibe.
The trends seems to find more and more fans among teens and even prominent figure from Hollywood. This is a proof that we are ready to step to the next level and embed tendencies of alternative fashion into our daily outfits.
Indeed the signature makeup trend as well as the goth clothes are flooding the catwalk. Dark colors as silver, black, dark gray and blue turned the ageless rules of formal and informal looks upside down.
Designers completed their collections dedicated to Goth style in the ideal moment when the new wave of this thrilling trends reached the peak of popularity.
Fashion gurus as Christian Dior, Givenchy and Viviene Westwood all tried their hand and how fabulously, at creating Gothic reveries decorated with corsets, laces satins and sheers.
Mini dresses, oversized coats and skinnies were considered basic pillars of Goth Glamor. The Givenchy Fall/Winter 09 collection combines breath-taking elements that raise the rugged quality of Goth to a Bouffant and 'cathedral' level. Fur and feathers were the details that dominated the show presenting real style-fantasy masterpieces.
Being mysterious and slightly supernatural was one side of the trend, on the other hand there are ready-to-wear outfits that can be pulled off for a casual outwear. No longer the signature look of the rockers, goths and Emo bands, Gothic glamor landed on the street making it appealing to both celebrities and the next generation.
The Goth Glam seems to know no boundaries when it comes of fame and conquer. Without a doubt all fashion capitals were doing their duty, furnishing the fashion forward fans with overwhelming collections. Those who long for the romantic Goth tendencies, should skim through Ann-Sofie Back's Fall/Winter 2009/2010 collection that mingles what it means to look 'horrifyingly' beautiful.
Blood-red and dark lips and pale face are basic accessories to vamp chic creations. It might not be the best trend to adopt during the summer, however Twilight fans will resist the temptation of tanning for keeping their look supernaturally creepy.
The red carpet also flashes some great examples of Goth Glam. Several actresses experiment with this trend that adds a mysterious and alluring aura to their look.
Pairing it with the perfect accessories, their look will resemble that of Queen of Darkness in person. Mary-Kate Olsen, Marion Cotillard and Eva Green are only some of the great names that were captivated by the dark side of fashion.