Film / Fashion

Style Lessons to Learn from 1977’s Suspiria

Hiding behind perfect pastel pink tiles and art deco wallpapers is something sinister beyond your most psychedelic nightmares.

Soundtracked by 70s prog rock band Goblin, the film is a hallucinogenic experience of horror and aesthetics alike. Directed by Dario Argento, Suspiria follows ballerina Suzy Bannion who starts at a new German academy, but finds out there’s more than bitchy dance mums to deal with. Having to learn the hard way that satin frills don’t mean a kind heart, and hairspray can keep your perm in place but can’t keep the demons away.

PASTELS DON’T MEAN PERFECTION

wallpaper should be as mad as your world

satin shines through the darkness

hairspray can keep your perm in place but can’t keep the demons away

SLEEPOVER SCARY STORIES CAN COME TRUE

7 September 2018