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The Clockhouse

by Emily Rose E., Photographer and Vintage Seller from London, United Kingdom

5 comments · July 24, 2011

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My Friend Rose's Flapper Style Hat, Vintage Fox Stole, Miss Selfridge Black Mesh Bodysuit, La Senza Suspender Belt, What Katie Did Nude Seemed Stockings - The Clockhouse - Emily Rose England
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  1. Flapper style hat

    ,

    My friend Rose's

    ,

    My friend Rose's floordrobe

    , in Hats
  2. Fox stole

    ,

    Vintage

    , in Scarves
  3. Black mesh bodysuit

    ,

    Miss Selfridge

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    Miss Selfridge

    , in One-Pieces
  4. Suspender belt

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    La Senza

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    La Senza

    , in Belts
  5. Nude Seemed Stockings

    ,

    What Katie Did

    , , in Legwear

A nice, glamorous civilised evening of debauchery at The Clockhouse.

Pictures taken on 35mm.

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Comments (5)

Alyssa Brooke
Very cool, love your wild locks!
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Steve Holt
The Tiger and Fox ruin this photo. How'd you like it if you were taken away from your home, from your family and used for aesthetic pleasures, if I strung you out, cut out your insides and wore you as a scarf or trod all over you as a floor piece for what?

5 hypes? Well done.



Emily Rose England
The fox died peacefully in London zoo and its remains were made into the rug. As for the fox, it died long before I was born and I believe in recycling items rather than throwing them away and letting it rot in landfill. I see nothing wrong with wearing second hand clothing, be it fur, leather or a natural or synthetic product and believe it to be better for the enviroment. Unless you yourself wear complete second hand garments you're a hypocrite because that clothing you're wearing has been made my kids getting paid peanuts in factories contributing to global warming and destroying local habitat, meaning animals lose their homes. You can't take the moral high ground when you yourself contribute to the suffering of animals, which we all do whether we'd like to or not. Are you vegetarian? Vegan? You know the amount of suffering farmed animals go through in their life, right?

And for the record when I die I want my hair made into a wig, bones made into jewelery or used in art, organs donated to hospitals and flesh made into compost so people can benefit from my remains.

And yes, well done to me! Not everyone is as idiotic and has read too much 1980s propaganda on PETA's website.
Steve Holt
Go over what you just wrote and re-read it. A lot of it doesn't make any sense which shows your intelligence is nil/you're an idiot or you're over excited for the fact someone made a comment of your ridiculous photo. Never the less, we'll get down to business.

No, not landfill that would be a waste you are right there. Give the fox back to the earth and the tiger too, back into the wild habitats where it was born, let it decay naturally as it should've done in the natural world as it should've lived before it was made into clothing or a floor piece; as you would want to be turned into compost so the Tiger and the Fox have their right to be turn into compost, no? What gives you the right to have them as treasures? Don't get me wrong, I agree with your remark on second hand clothing but what is tasteful about parading that dead animal around as a fashion piece? Do you feel glamourous? This isn't about me, its about you. If it were about me I'd happily open your eyes into my world and give you a guided tour through what I do, but I don't want to bore you. If you're adamant that you wish to hear my tales then I'll happily talk about them with you in private.

You are the one spouting the PETA propaganda as seen above, mentioning the whole 'vegan/vegetarian' comment, well you can farm animals in friendly environments and also let them live decent lives, I can show you proof if you'd like? In the end you are the idiot for going back on yourself, this is the second time you've made a mistake. Pray it not be your last.

I'm not from PETA nor do I read their work or 80's propaganda. I simply understand that the animal in that is one that should be showcased in the wild, not with your sprawling body all over it.



I think you are the one who has been greenwashed.
Emily Rose England
I am quite intelligent, let me assure you, and my ideologies make a lot of sense to people including my vegetarian boyfriend who lives with me.

The fox would have been farmed for its fur, not born in the wild. Surely you know that. Foxes and minks were reared in captivity for the purposes of fur. I still don't see anything wrong with wearing them though. People wear leather, it's still the skin of an animal. In all honesty I like dead things. I wear bone jewelry as well. A lot of my art is centered around the theme of death. But really it's my own personal choice to wear fur and I think I'm well educated in the origins of fur to be able to make a decision whether to wear it or not. As for the tiger, it isn't my rug, I don't knwo the logistics of whether it was born in the wild or not but at least it had a good life in comparison to a lot of the cows that are reared for cheap leather. Plus making it into a rug resulted in money for London zoo which is obviously a good thing seeing that they do a lot for animal conservation.

The reason why I mentioned the whole vegetarian/vegan thing is because I can't stand it when meat eaters have a go at people for wearing fur. It's a contradiction. You can't have a go at someone for wear an animal that died decasdes ago when you yourself contribute to the deaths of animals. Whether they are worn or eaten, animals are still dying because of humans. Why is there any difference? Of course I am aware that there are farms that aren't cruel to animals, I did grow up in the countryside surrounded by them, but half the people who are anti-fur will happily go and buy battery farmed chicken and battery farmed eggs after having a go at someone for wearing fur. It makes no sense.

In honesty I don't see what you're trying to achieve here. It's obvious your comment isn't going to stop me wearing fur so apart from throwing your beliefs about to try and make you seem smart to strangers or trolling or whatever you crazy kids get up to these days I really don't see the point.

  

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