The Black Parade: A Gothic Shoot for Rock n Roll Bride Magazine
January 21, 2022
the gothic issue, featured one of my all time favourite shoots (do I always say this? Yes, probably!) We wanted to elevate the idea of a gothic bride and to create a shoot with a high end, high fashion feel, yet something still super attainable for anyone wanting to embrace the dark side.
Its important to us that the shoots we put together for the magazine aren’t just beautiful, but that they feature wearable pieces which you can incorporate into your own wedding day look, whether you’re going for something more traditional with a subtle gothic twist or you want to be a full-on gothic princess.
Our stunning non-binary model, Nan, has albinism and when we found them, we know they were the perfect face to bring our gothic meets high fashion vision to life.
Here are all the looks we put together:
Skirt & Top: Sweet Caroline Styles via Rock the FrockCrown & Claws: Carbickova Crowns
Dress with Detachable Cape: Kimberly Phillips Clothier Veil: Holly Winter Couture Rings: Kipkalinka
Dress: Vivienne Westwood via Browns Bride Crown: The Lucky Sixpence Veil: Sash and Veil Earring: Alexandra Bespoke
Dress: Ritual Unions Crown: Alexandra Bespoke Shoes: ASOS
Dress: Ritual Unions Crown: Carbickova Crowns Boots: Dr Martens
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