A Camp style for Halloween? Why not!

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If you are tired of throwing out your costume ideas for this Halloween or don't want to copy someone's look, then take a break to read this. First of all, this is not a serious reason to be aloof from the general celebration and fun. Although the Met Gala is still a long way off, Camp style is your lifeline! Feel free to wear whatever you want - the brighter and more comical your look, the better you will spend this day and have fun from the heart! In the meantime, we hasten to remind you what is camp fashion.



Camp fashion can be described with a few words – extravagant, exaggerated, catchy, kitsch, and even mind-blowing. The aesthetics of this style is mainly in theatricality and gross exaggeration - if, for example, you cannot decide which dress to wear, wear both at once!

A similar extravagant visual and approach to self-expression are demonstrated by Gucci, led by Creative Director Alessandro Michele. The designer focuses on androgyny, skillfully erasing the boundaries between masculine and feminine, and also combines the incompatible. In his collections, Victorian dresses coexist with streetwear T-shirts, while innocent pink ruffles make a mad union with BDSM corsets and belts. Georgian designer Demna Gvasalia creates no less crazy looks in a similar style for Balenciaga fashion house.



Deliberate bad taste, farce, and irony are another permanent component of camp aesthetics. If you are not afraid to seem funny and strange and know how to ironic yourself and others with the help of style, welcome to the Camp club!



As James St. James from "Party Monster" said, "if you have a hunchback, just throw a little glitter on it, honey, and go dancing." So, don't waste your time and put on more stuff with pockets for trick-or-treating - the more pockets you have, the more candy you'll get!


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