George J. Nicholls, author of Bacon and Hams, dressed as a side of bacon for the Covent Garden Fancy Dress Ball, April 1894.
We are less than a week from Halloween and entries are already starting to come in for this year’s online costume contest! One of our entries comes from Shaina Azad, who was kind enough to provide a video tutorial for her… Read More ›
Otherwise known as: “Why Do You Need To See My Upper Thigh?” First of all, I love Halloween. I love it because it’s during my favorite season, because it’s just a fun association in my mind from childhood (I’m from the… Read More ›
As the days grow short before Halloween, we at TYoH will be here with an exhaustive collection of easy DIY and last-minute costumes and projects to help you keep things spooky, even if it’s hours away from the big day… Read More ›
Imagine a dress, part couture and part arachnidian armor, that reacts to the room around you; perching on your shoulders and testing the air with arachnoid grace, mechanical legs moving aggressively to protect your personal space if its sensors identify someone… Read More ›
Just over two years ago, the creative team at The Viral Factory put together this homage to the evolution of fashion for the opening of a East London shopping center. Inspired by music, dance, and fashion from 1911 to 2011, this cheeky… Read More ›
Lovies, as we face the start of a new year, I’d like to take a moment to welcome all of our new readers and writers to the TYoH family. In addition, a big thanks is owed to you, our readers,… Read More ›