Many people (including myself) consider fashion an essential form of expression, a way to...Read More
Author: Emily Gagne
[Final Girl Fashion] Out of the Ashes: How EVIL DEAD (2013) Gave The Horror Hero A BItchin’ Makeover
Remakes are far from uncommon in horror. In fact, they are more or less expected, with some of the...Read More
[Final Girl Fashion] Skeletons in Her Closet: A Eulogy for Rachel Creed’s Trailblazing Style in PET SEMATARY (1989)
At Final Girl Fashion, every month is Women in Horror Month. This column was specifically created...Read More
“Wrinkled, wrinkled little star, hope they never see the scars.” When you first hear...Read More
Puberty always bites the big one, but, it bites especially hard when you’re a teenage girl....Read More
[Final Girl Fashion] Bloom to Perish: The Cutting Truth About Audrey’s Clothes in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS
When I find myself wilting — likely from the catastrophic combo of the soul-crushing news cycle,...Read More
[Final Girl Fashion] The Bold Shoulder: Expression and Repression in the Costumes of Guillermo del Toro’s CRIMSON PEAK
“Beware of Crimson Peak” This is a warning repeated over and over again in...Read More
[Final Girl Fashion] FRIDAY THE 13TH and the Close-Knit Relationship Between Pamela and Jason Voorhees
All the classic slasher franchises have their famous foes, strong-willed women meant to drive...Read More
[Final Girl Fashion] THE LOST BOYS (1987) and the Battle Between Darkness and Brightly Coloured Blouses
Since it started back in December of last year, Final Girl Fashion has stayed true to its name,...Read More
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