Black cats, divine witches and the howling sprints of the past All-Hallows Eve which in the Catholic religion, known as the night before All Saints Day, has become a fashion Segway for all ages. A date which marks the transition of the winter season, along with the eternal cycle. Today All-Hallows Eve is relatively known as Halloween, a holiday that is mysteriously fashioned by ones history or upbringing. One instance is wearing costumes, as you roam from door to door demanding the offering of treats parading past grinningly carved candle lit jack-o’-lanterns.From a fashion standpoint, Halloween ensembles should be worn highlighting a chosen era providing a cultural significance. From an age where Halloween, once loosely based on old Celtic legends of witches, vampires and moaning ghost’s has made its way to the silver screen. Throughout the years the silver lining of Hollywood film has provided society with a stateliness of costume design. In return Halloween has become a theatrical platform, for all to stroll through the night inspired by their heroine, villain or character.
*Today’s shoot, inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s 1963 Classic film ‘The Birds’.