People who hate clowns tend to REALLY hate clowns, and if that's the case for you, you're not going to like this cluster: at all.
From clown wig couture to circus nightmare photography, these are some interesting (and surprisingly fashion forward) uses of clown and circus images. Take a look at these circus inspired fashions and realize that even the scariest clown can be couture.
Implications - The fashion-forward clowns can be seen wearing fashions from high-end designer labels such as Stella McCartney. The bold makeup presented within the clown editorials provides great inspiration for daring fashionistas or ideas for Halloween looks. When clowns are dressed in hot fashions they definitely don't seem as scary.
From Clown Wig Couture to Sinister Clowntography
Eerie Circus Spectacles
Cirque Berzerk Breaks From the Mold for One-of-a-Kind Show
Creepy Circus Couture
Henrik Vibskov Channels the Twilight Zone for Spring 2010
Charitable Clown Couture
Stella McCartney Limited Edition T-Shirts For ‘Comic Relief'
Quirky Clown Portraits
April Fools From Mr Means
‘Buffalo Russian Circus' Directed by Michele Malka is Deliciously Da
Clown Wig Couture
Kelly Thompson's Photography Plays Around With Circus Color
'Paradise the Club' by Erwin Olaf Features Freaky Clowns
Beauty Lindner by Gregorio Trivino & Kattaca
Ronald McDonald Hair
Space-Age Clown Locks in 'Alien Dolls' by Paco Peregrin & Kattaca
Big Top Fashion
'Circus Life' Editorial by Ben Duarte Features Clown Couture
PetOrly Captures Models as Couture Clowns
Circus Nightmare Photography
‘Psycho Clowns & Baby Dolls' Will Give You Bad Dreams
Clown Fashion Editorials
Erwin Olaf's 'The Praise of Folly' for Elle Magazine
Circus-Themed Fashion Photoshoots
The Chicest Show On Earth