This beautiful structure is called MUSE. It’s a three-story pagoda overlooking the city and the Burning Man. MUSE was created by Kawika Campbell and Happenstance Clan out of San Francisco. In fact, some of my friends worked on the piece!
For this outfit, I pinned the dress skirt into a sort of bustle, and fastened a corset over the top. I added a yellow camisole underneath for contrast. On my legs and arms I’m wearing designer Lynne Bruning‘s leggies with matching “armies”, which she gifted me for this project.
Out here at Burning Man, everyday fashion is fabulous and much less Puritan than you see in the “default world”; this is probably twice as much clothing as anyone around me was wearing as we took the photo. But you have to love an outfit that covers your extremities and leaves other areas unclad…
See more of Feral Kid’s photos on Flickr/NomadPhotos.
This wear-a-thon is a collaboration with Love&Trash, a DIY blog for people who do things differently.