Friday, 16 April 2010

Incubi plays Dress Up

Meet Incubi.. The demented sibling of the boogyman. According to folklore, this demonic figure is partial to a spot of rudies with his sleeping victims (I tell no lie). Tame in comparison to his younger brother, whom takes pleasure in scratching at the windows of misbehaving children and for those unlucky few, he may even be hiding under the bed giving the misbehaved a tickle whilst they sleep (the lights may be kept on tonight). The Architect turned menswear designer Adam Kimmel may have enjoyed his encounter a tad too much, as he proposed payment to come in the form of his distinctly American designs, rather than the traditional payment of a Benjamin on the bedside table (not that i would know.... Seriously I don't! HA).  Putting my odd fantasies to one side, I came across Adam Kimmel's AW10 look book and was instantly drawn to his gremlin like breed of models and not to the actual looks. After a brief snigger (small things amuse small minds) attention turns to the velvet, which I gratefully appreciate. What I don't appreciate is that weird sensation you get when you touch the mongrel fabric - the very same sensation I get from touching cotton wool (shiver). Plus Im not feeling the whole bow-tie/ dandy malarky - i just don't get it and never have. That aside... Id like to acquire a piece or two - maybe the double breasted red velvet blazer.









Shop online www.adamkimmel.com

Pics courtesy of www.gq-magazine.co.uk

14 comments:

Mat said...

these are just bazaar aren't they, mr kimmel love a bit of that. really like the looks, feel like we should be wearing them in gentlemens clubs playing dominos.

yeah just a cheeky leopard print shirt, it doesn't get worn much. hey well if you have any clothes you don't want that don't fit send them my way(or do a swap)

Caroline said...

thanks for the comment..how did you find our blog?
i thought about writing in english...but this would be really negative 'cause my english is a catastrophe....

but if you're interested in some articles i'll try to make a short summary for you

kisses
caroline

Eri said...

Hi there,

Just came across your blog and really enjoyed it!

Please have a look at mine too.

Hope to see you soon.

x

Piter said...

hahahah so funny! but... i'm so scared!
xx

monstablogga said...

Thanks for your comment! Really love your blog. From one blogger to another; how do you make your photos so big? y'know like your self portrait photo from a few posts ago? Any advice would be great!

THESTREETFASHION5XPRO said...

great

Sofie said...

A little scary but also really cool! :P

monstablogga said...

Thanks a mil dude! You're such a help, can't believe how easy it is to do! Looking forward to the next post! bloggamonsta x

jorge barceló said...

Great!
xxx

pixelhazard said...

Those masks are what nightmares are made of!

Mat said...

well yeah saying that there is some amazing mens shoes currently knocking about. i love a bit of architectural shoes you know, but again i love simple.

but what do i love more? there's only 1 way to find out.....FIGHT!

ps i'm possible she is referring to those bad boys, she hasn't stopped going on about them for weeks

JOWY said...

b.r.i.l.l.i.a.n.t

chaoticsense said...

the masks are an original way to go about things! thanks for sharing.

chrisitne xx

Amy T said...

"I came across Adam Kimmel's AW10 look book and was instantly drawn to his gremlin like breed of models and not to the actual looks. "

I thought the exact same thing when i posted this back in February. I never really paid attention to the clothes.