Miyu Decay by Stephanie Inagaki

Earlier this year, fine artist Stephanie Inagaki’s wearable sculptures made the rounds on fashion blogs such as Haute Macabre. Much like Paddy Hartley’s modified uniforms and Úna Burke’s medical armor, these pieces, susceptible to being read as fashion on account of their stylish form, were actually designed to express the anxiety that surrounds physical trauma and recovery.

Though the gorgeous pieces above are not meant for the purpose of lookin’ good, those of us craving to wear Stephanie’s work are in luck, for her jewelry line, Miyu Decay, has just launched after months of hard work. The line features gorgeous unisex fineries cast in sterling silver and featuring bat skulls, vertebrae, Old World hair ornaments, and feather pelts. The line is dedicated to James Ribiat-Finley, Stephanie’s fiancé and friend of Coilhouse, who passed away tragically last year.

In addition to the current offering of jewelry, new products will be added in the months to come. The images below were taken by Issue 01 contributor Taslimur, and modeled by performer Yellow Strange.

4 Responses to “Miyu Decay by Stephanie Inagaki”

  1. stephanie Says:

    thank you for the beautiful write up, nadya! I am honoured to grace the walks of Coilhouse.

  2. Zoetica Says:

    Hurrah, everything looks gorgeous. Congratulations on the launch, Stephanie!

  3. Jessica Says:

    Love the tiny bat skull bracelets…beautiful!!! :D

  4. Heidi Says:

    These are beautiful pieces! And I just adore the male model! Congratulations!