Stacked April 2018: National Poetry Month Edition

April is National Poetry Month! In lieu of our regularly scheduled Stacked, wherein we discuss our favorite titles from the past month, the Haute Macabre staff will instead share some of their most loved poetry with you. Who are some of your favorite poets? Let us know in the comments! Sarah: A River Of Stars, […]

Noctex Giveaway!

Haute Macabre has teamed up with Noctex for a massive giveaway! There will be five $100 gift cards and five $50 gift cards for TEN winners, randomly selected from our followers! To enter to win, just follow these steps! Follow both @HauteMacabre and @Noctex on Instagram Repost your favorite Noctex piece from the shop to […]

Post Mortem: April 2018

Haute Macabre’s offerings from April, 2018… Stacked: March 2018 Haute Macabre Shop Sale BloodMilk Semi-Annual Sale Springtime Small Business Sponsors!  Anouk Wipprecht’s Spider Dress: Robotic Arachnid Guardian Chic  Aural Fixation Painted Lady: Kate Moss by Paolo Roversi Elsa Lanchester, Herself (Interview And Book Giveaway) DollsKill 4/20 Sale Genius, Provocateur, Legend: “McQueen”

Haute Macabre Shop Sale

All of our print merchandise is currently marked down in the Haute Macabre Shop to make room for a spring update! These are the final printings of these designs, and will not be available again. Shop now at HauteMacabre.com/Shop

Nevertheless, She Persisted

She was warned. She was given an explanation. Nevertheless, she persisted. In addition to the legions of scents that Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab already lovingly produces, their recent Limited Edition scents have been in benefit of organizations such as the ACLU, Planned Parenthood, UNHCR, and Emily’s List. Visit the Limited Edition page of Black Phoenix […]

Unfolding A Daydream: The Art Of Amy Earles

One might experience a peculiar frisson of nostalgia while gazing at the wistful, winsome subjects of  artist Amy Earle’s earlier works. Reminiscent of  the illustrated plates in a mysterious storybook, dusty and hidden far back in grandmother’s closet and tucked the soft folds of a moth-eaten antique quilt; a discovery stumbled upon one rainy afternoon while the […]

Remembering the Morbid Anatomy Museum

  There’s a Morbid Anatomy-shaped hole in our hearts. Last year, on December 18th, the Morbid Anatomy Museum first announced that they would be closing their doors. Shortly thereafter the museum was beautifully eulogized by Evan Michelson. Now we here at Haute Macabre would like to raise a glass in tribute to a singular institution that was dear to […]

Adventures in Demonology with Vincent Price

Listen to the Vincent Price’s soothing voice on this spoken word album, “Witchcraft – Magic: An Adventure in Demonology“. Nearly two hours in length, Price weaves tales of the history and workings of the occult, including Hitler’s obsessions with witchcraft, the gory details of the persecutions of witches throughout the ages, and then into step […]

The Haute List

Ruffle Cape Top,  $69.90 $19.97  +  Canvas Blazer Vest, $171 $114  +  Dayna Bag, $59.95 Fishnet Seam Bike Shorts, $18  +  Lace Detail Top, $76  +  Flare Sleeve Hoodie, $40 Amy Bucket Bag, $298 $194.99  +  Cropped Blazer, $83.00 $51.00  + Mesh Panel Body Suit, $40

The Skeleton Rocker: A Cozy Reminder of Our Mortality

Until this moment I had no idea that my house has been desperately missing a skeleton rocking chair. Modeled after a mid 19th century Russian chair, these beautiful, elaborately hand-carved rockers were made in the US in the 20th century, most likely during the 1930s. With an estimated auction value of $2,500 to $3,5oo, this isn’t the most […]

Tender, Tragic Treasures: An exclusive peek at Sara Deck’s “Reclaimed Shadows”

For the moment eschewing her signature spooky sirens and scream queens in favor of shadowy woodland creatures and their tender, tragic narratives, artist Sara Deck has offered Haute Macabre readers an exclusive glimpse at her new works, a series she calls “Reclaimed Shadows”, for the upcoming exhibition “Do We Make You Uneasy” presented by The Shadowood Collective. Regarding […]

Post Mortem: January 2017

January 2017 has been a difficult month for many of us, especially here in the USA.  It has veered between extremes of sadness and fear at the wave of hatred enveloping parts of our country, and determination and pride as we watch those around us choose to rise up.  This month we have cried and […]

Ritual and Reverie: The Occultastic Art Of Tin Can Forest

Whilst traversing the dense, darkened thickets of  Tin Can Forest‘s midnight woodlands, one may become disoriented by the bizarre, bestial, visions they encounter: shadowy, hircine cabals solemnly roaming about in ornate, traditional dress; nocturnal gatherings wherein witches, demons, and villagers skulk and cavort with all manner of talking beasts; families taking tea with raccoons and […]