Friday, January 31, 2014

DORIAN GRAY {INCOMPLETE} Set-List{s}: Just Put Your Lips Together and BLOW Edition

Oh Dorian much to answer for!!!! ;)

Ive been bad about writing down my set lists....So I'm going to combine two...One from Last week that has an icy industrial edge inspired by the weather and Mr Michael NoWave....and another from this weeks which is VERY Queer and filled with Genderfuckery!!!!

So hope to see you soon you Dandies and Dollies...and until then remember theres a reason they call it a Blow 'JOB"...


SET ONE: January 22

Unveiling the Secret: Psyche
Young Hearst of Europe: U-Bahn-X
Metal Dance: SPK
Des Hommes: Hard Corps
To HAve and Have Not: Curave
WarsawGhetto: Nitzer Ebb
N Upanja, Ni Strahu: Borghesia
Chineese Black: Neon Judgement
Hallucination generation: Gruesome Twosome
Do You Fear {for your child}: My Life with the thrill Kill Kult
Assimilate: Skinny Puppy
Stigmata: Ministry
Lets Get Physical: Revolting Cocks

SET TWO: Junuary 29

Fear {of the Unknown}: Siouxsie and the Banshees
Sex Dwarf: Soft cell
You: Boytronic
Sweet thing: Yaz
Run From Love {Remix}: Bronski Beat
Girls and Boys: blur
Jet Boy Jet Girl: Elton Motello
Hustle with my Muscle: John Sex
So You think Your a man?: DIVINE
Boy: book of Love
Pleasure Boys: Visage
Geisha Boys and Temple Girls: heaven 17
Electric Barbarella: Duran Duran
Burning Up: Madonna
Jack and Jill Party: Pete Burns

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

DORIAN GRAY: ELVIS-BOWIE-KAYVON The Triple Sagittarius Edition!!!!

{It was another insane night at Dorian!!!}

Despite {and in spite of} the cold people turned out {and turned IT OUT} for our very special Birthday celebrations!!!! There was much dancing and merriment...cake and performances....and insane revelry late into the night!!!! All to celebrate the Birthnights of Elvis...Bowie and our very own Spider from Mars...KAYVON ZAND!!!!

I unfortunately didn't write down ALL my sets but heres a little sample of some Glamtastic numbers i spun that night!!!!

See all you Dandies and Dollies next time!!!! And remember GLAM isn't the only excuse to wear glitter!!!!!



Ziggy Stardust: Bauhaus
Brian Eno: Third Uncle
Wheels on Fire: Siouxsie and the Banshees
Funtime: Peter Murphy
20th Century Boy: Placebo
We Are the Boys: Pulp
Major Tom {Coming Home}: Peter Schilling
Fashion: David Bowie
Love is the Drug: Grace Jones
Fame: Duran Duran
White Wedding: Kayvon Zand
Always on my Mind: Pet Shop Boys
Rebel rebel: Dead or Alive
Virgina Plain{Re-Work}: Roxy Music

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Mad hatters: Thom Browne RTW FAll 2014

I KNOW im insane but I'm kinda dying over these hats from the new Thom Browne RTW Fall 2014 collection!?!?!? i mean seriously....SERIOUSLY!??!?!?!? 

I know they are ridiculous and Over the Top but come ON!!! they are so finely crafted and just AMAZING!!! I especially like the skeletal "cage" ones.... like the Bear and Elephant.....they are just too well crafted to be denied....

Even the frayed honds-tooth-y mis matched patterns and tonal greys with a hint of a pleated skirt...I mean....Yes Please!!!! I mean not as a whole...but in pieces and mixed ofcorse......

but the hats are just to magical and ridiculous to deny!!!!


A is for Agnes B

I just LOVE that the first 6 designs on the Agnes B runway look like some kind of Gorey-esque ghosts gone out for a stroll...MMmmmm how DANDY indeed!!!


Monday, January 13, 2014

OBSESSED: 18th Century Coffin Ring

What a beautifully delightful little treat!!


A rare example of an 18th century memento mori skeletal band, dated 1727. A full skeleton, reserved on black enamel, encircles the gold hoop of the ring. Unusually, there is a crown above the skull, signifying death is the master of all, and below the skeletal feet is a tablet engraved with the words memento mori, flanked by symbols of the Passion. The bezel of the ring is in the form of a gold coffin, covered by a faceted crystal, enclosing a skeleton painted in gold on a black ground. To interior of the band are the initials of the deceased, J. B. and the date, 1727.