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Androgynous Underground

Tuesday, 19 May 2020 09:31

This collection from Monster House London conveys a glimpse into the London underground queer scene, where styled and aesthetics are not defined or standardised by gender.

Creative Team duo, Enric Genesis and Adrian Exposito, worked with Photographer, Danius Monoceros and Make-up Artist, Bix Moreno, to break away from moulded, conventional archetypes to create this Avant-Garde collection which defies stereotypes and flies in the face of conformity. 

Hair: @monsterhouselondon (+ @enric.genesis Look 2 & 3) (+ @adrianexpositoprado Look 1 & 3) 

Photos & Editing: @danius_monoceros

Make-up: @bixmoreno

Model:  @__amphibian

Accessories:  @industrial_time Look 3

Corset: @__caicedo__ Look 1

Nosepiece: @inaurem__ Look 2


SEE VIDEO BELOW FOR INTERVIEW WITH ENRIC GENESIS 

 

  • Hair: Monster House London (Look 1)



  • Hair: Monster House London (Look 1)



  • Hair: Monster House London (Look 1)



  • Hair: Monster House London (Look 2)



  • Hair: Monster House London (Look 2)



  • Hair: Monster House London (Look 2)



  • Hair: Monster House London (Look 2)



  • Hair: Monster House London (Look 3)



  • Hair: Monster House London (Look 3)



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