The Real Deal New York

Luxe Life from the September/October 2017 issue of Luxury Listings NYC

Use your skull to add edgy glamour
By Mary Elizabeth Andriotis | September 11, 2017 12:21PM

1. SLEEPY HEAD

You probably won’t find a three-dimensional skull in Limoges porcelain at any party store, but L’Objet has what you’re looking for. $450; www.l-objet.com

 

 2. HEADS WILL ROLL

This is certainly not your grandmother’s china. Clearly, the cool factor of  the upcycled vintage gold  skull teacup from Melody Rose of London will impress your  houseguests. $60; www.melodyrose.co.uk

       

3. DAY OF THE DEAD

Skull motifs werethe signature of the late Alexander

McQueen, and the brand’s Italian-made umbrella comes with

a skull handle. $495; www.net-a-porter.com

 

4. SKELETON IN THE CLOSET

The Masked Skull Clock by Amara in fine bone china is

complemented by a hand-painted, 22-karat gold edge and a

brass mechanism. $85, www.amara.com

 

5. HEAD TO TOE                           
 Slip out to do some trick-or-treating with these skull- embroidered velvet slippers. They’re perfect for getting into the Halloween spirit without sacrificing comfort. $350; www.deltoroshoes.com

 

 6. OFF WITH HIS HEAD

Every home can be haunted with this skull print and white neon light from Sonder Living.  $2,997;www.sonderliving.com

 

 

7. CHILLED TO THE BONE

Throw the ultimate Halloween party at any of Cipriani’s four Manhattan locations. Price upon request; www.cipriani.com 

 

 

 

8. CROSS YOUR HEART Induct someone special into your own secret society with skull-and-crossbones cufflinks in sterling silver with garnet eyes. $480; www.kingbabystudio.com

 

 

9. CROSSBONES
The Christian Dior 18-karat white-gold and diamond skull pendant, available at True Facet, is pre-owned, but that adds to the mystery. $2,894; www.truefacet.com

 

10. CRYSTAL SKULL Judith Leiber makes a skull-shaped handbag covered in Austrian crystals look like art. $5,495; www.saks.com