Just a Little Devilish



It symbolizes life after death. Washes away human sin. wards off evil and send bad vibes to those who oppose them. An icon of good luck. Symbolizes luck in adversity. Reverses bad luck.

Does not necessarily mean they are part of a cult nor that, “evil is near.”

 

The fact that some skulls are presented on scarfs, signifies to me that death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside you while you are still alive. It has a soft texture to it, although it makes you stronger and braver for having such a past to prepare you for what is to come. While other skulls are covered in crystals, rhinestones or  diamonds-appears that the fashion industry glamorizes death in a glorious, but depressing kind of way. Wearing a jacket with the skull on the back in the texture of leather, seems to say, we are stronger than what has died inside of us. Living in hell is being the person you could have become while you are still alive. Wearing skulls means you can outlive death, you can outdo death! You can create that idea that can live. I’ve got an idea that cannot be fucked with. Do not mess with an artist whose dreams are bigger than your whole team. My ideas can change the whole world in terms of looking at things from a different perspective. That  point of view  is from a rebellious person who doesn’t let anyone get in her way. When she wants something, she goes for it and doesn’t let anyone get in her way. Even if it is wrong to others, so what? I can break that barrier at any time to appease to myself and no one else. Why impress others when you can impress yourself. Death is not waiting for you. You are not waiting for death. You can surpass death at any moment to create something that will live forever; the same way an artist creates music or creates that philosophical idea that lives forever. Everyone will be referencing it-no matter what decade you were born in. That idea is important: it inspires you to become the person who you want to be.

 

Ph. Barneys &

Philipp Plein

 

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