There's something about clubbing culture that seems to bring out the worst in people. And Instagram's the perfect medium for this.
Like yeah, looking good and dressing up is amazing. If you worked for years and sacrificed to attain a beautifully sculpted body, that's awesome. But decking it out in weird clothes and paying for overpriced bottles of liquor in a funkily-lit room just so you could snap some photos in Instagram and feel like a boss is super duper lame, in my opinion.
I'm not saying don't go out and have a good time, after all, clubbing can be totally fun sometimes. I just think that there are some people who take the whole "fabulous nightlife" thing in the wrong direction and go for the appearance that they're having a good time more than they're actually enjoying life and truly having a great time.
Well, electrical tape, technically. The Black Tape Project on Facebook clarified that for us. Thanks, Black Tape Project Facebook page.
Hard to believe someone would show up in one of these basically-nude outfits without getting paid or trying to promote themselves or a brand.
Not sure if the inspiration came from the opening to Labyrinth, because if it did, then I have to give it up to Joel. Even if he is a dude who pastes strips of black tape on women's naked bodies for a living and photographs them. Which, despite not sounding like the most noble of professions, actually doesn't seem so bad at the end of the day.