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From Morbid Musical Belt Buckles to Skeletal Safety Caps

By: Zoe Badley - Published: Jul 24, 2010
This morbid icon has been represented in just about every category of lifestyle. From fashion to art, skull creations have been dominating every aspect of innovation. While several years ago the skull was a representation of death, its meaning and significance has been drastically changing.

For example, the late Alexander McQueen was one of the first people to introduce the skull icon into high fashion, while pop culture has been transforming skull creations into a lifestyle.