From Regal Gothic Fashion to Wicked Woman Editorials

By: Michael Hemsworth - Published: Feb 27, 2013
This collection of villainous fashion editorials prove that sometimes being bad can look ever so good. The damsel in distress look can get become a little dated, so mixing things up in the fashion world by including women in powerful, more assertive roles helps to emphasis a certain feminine dominance.

These editorials span a number of fashion publications and include a variety of designers, but most notably highlight designs by Alexander McQueen because of the line's inexplicably dark clothing creations that send shockwaves of energy through to the viewer. Villainous fashion seems like an interesting concept because in actuality there might not be that many girls out there who want to come across as being bad. However, these editorials prove it might be time to switch things up and have a little fun on the dark side. Stats for 38 Vivaciously Villainous Fashion Editorials Trending: Older & Popular
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