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Marilyn Manson and wife Lindsay attend Enfants Riches Déprimés event at Maxfield LA

Los Angeles brand Enfants Riches Déprimés is currently showcasing their Spring 2024 collection at Maxfield LA, and the event was attended by Marilyn Manson and his wife Lindsay on April 17th. On March 16th, Manson posted photos on his social media wearing the Enfants Riches Déprimés brand, which is French for "Depressed Rich Kids". Enfants Riches Déprimés is a Los Angeles and Paris based luxury fashion brand founded in 2012 by the conceptual artist Henri Alexander Levy, who has created a French punk streetwear line based on the movements of the late 1970s and Japanese Avant-garde movements of the 1980s. One of the core precepts of the brand is high price points, with T-shirts ranging on average from $500 to $1,000, and haute couture jackets priced as high as $95,000. ERD consistently utilizes the business model of artificial scarcity. In this regard, all styles are sold on an extremely exclusive basis, and thus in relatively small quantities. In a 2016 interview with Complex

Lindsay Warner Shares Valentine's Day Photos (February 13, 2024)

 
 
On February 13, 2024, Lindsay Warner shared 6 new beautiful photographs on her Instagram page, along with one separate photo in her Instastories, the latter of which was shared by Marilyn Manson in his stories, along with the above photo captioned "Forever Valentine". 

Valentine's Day is a significant theme in the work of Manson that we have seen a number of times, going back to his song "Valentine's Day" from Holy Wood. Besides also seeing it featured in some of his log-term past relationships, February 14th has also been a day when Manson has sometimes released some sort of new material. To add to this, it has been said that three songs from the Triptych were recorded on Valentine's Day ("Irresponsible Hate Anthem" - 1996, "I Want to Disappear" - 1998, and "Born Again" - 2000) to signify the beginning of Manson's revolution, which has been commemorated (repeated?) ever since.

Most interesting among these photos is what appears to be an indiscernible angel-like figure immersed in the shadow of moonlight, whose wings form the shape of a heart. Angels are turning out to be a theme in this new era, if we recall also the use of the "Fallen Angel" by Alexandre Cabanel at Manson's last birthday party. That angel was depicted in a somewhat vulnerable position ready for vengeance, but this one seems to indicate it is more focused and aware of its purpose as a new day dawns, despite being alone. We are still being given glimpses through shadows of what is coming. But it is significant to recall that Manson has also referred to angels a number of times in his work, usually as a reference to himself, such as in his song "Angel with the Scabbed Wings" from Antichrist Superstar, or even his lyric "Sometimes I dream I'm an exterminating angel" from "Unkillable Monster" on The High End of Low.
 



 

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