Tim Burton’s Tricks & Treats

Tim Burton Tricks and Treats Haute Macabre

Just in time to prepare us all for the MOMA’s upcoming retrospective of Tim Burton’s work, Burton teamed up with photographer Tim Walker for Harper’s Bazaar Magical Fashion issue.  Entitled Tricks & Treats, you can welcome back some of Burton’s most recognizable characters and familiar cartoony spooks.

Tim Burton Tricks and Treats Haute Macabre

Tim Burton Tricks and Treats Haute Macabre

Tim Burton Tricks and Treats Haute Macabre


Tim Burton Tricks and Treats Haute Macabre

Tim Burton Tricks and Treats Haute Macabre

Tim Burton Tricks and Treats Haute Macabre

Tim Burton Tricks and Treats Haute Macabre

Tim Burton Tricks and Treats Haute Macabre

Tim Burton Tricks and Treats Haute Macabre

Tim Burton Tricks and Treats Haute Macabre

Tim Burton Tricks and Treats Haute Macabre

Special thanks to reader Rachel for showing us this editorial!

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17 Responses to “Tim Burton’s Tricks & Treats”

  1. Prêt-à-Porter P Says:

    pretty cool. but i gotta admit i am so sick of seeing those nini ricci shoes pop up everywhere. they werent even produced!

  2. (In)Decorous Taste Says:

    Love this editorial, and I second the comment about the Nini Ricci shoes. They’re amazing, it’s too bad they were never produced!

    X Lauren

  3. Taylor Says:

    Awesome editorial! The Nina Ricci shoes are amazing.
    xx

  4. Style Odyssey Says:

    super-fantastical!
    and i like seeing those nini ricci shoes, especially for such a shoot as this; SO appropriate.
    thanks for sharing this incredible spread!

  5. Style Odyssey Says:

    oops, i meant “nina ricci” shoes. :)

  6. Katie Says:

    I absolutely adore Tim Burton! Also Helen Bonham Carter xo

  7. Miss Nightingale Says:

    Amazing shoot, thank you so much for blogging this – what fabulously inspiring clothes (and of course a wonderful theme!)

  8. Yve Says:

    I love the trick lighting (well, unless the shot the whole thing in November in Norfolk, which they might have!) :o)

  9. Red Says:

    Amazing photos! The shoot looked like it was so much fun!

  10. tDIYm Says:

    I just saw this issue on the newsstand today. I usually look through it to see whether I want to buy it or not. When I came to the first page of this editorial, it went straight into my cart, no question!

  11. Lady marmoset Says:

    This made my day!!! Thanks :)

  12. f_fiend Says:

    This is awesome. I love everything about it.<3 <3 <3

  13. Lindz Says:

    The picture with the giant mummy is excellent.

  14. MB Photo 13 Says:

    From start to finish this is one awesome amazing killer concept I am totally awe struck !!!

  15. Demi Says:

    This is one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a loong while, to be honest with you.
    The pictures were shot in a very professional way and the models did their job beautifully.
    Not to mention that the concept is exactly what us, goths clap our hands over in joy and throw skeleton candy around for. Brilliant.

  16. rotag Says:

    perfectly, ecstatically funereal; odd how the elements – flowers, soil, sky … – seem so dead in each shot, although looking at them alone, they blossom, shine, etc. … only insufficiency: restriction by use of the elongated model; these pix have value in being obviously modeled, but i wonder if there’s room to go with other types of figures for that modeled effect, while getting a greater variety of others.

  17. JENNIFER EMILY Says:

    Wow this is amazing!!