The shooting was inspired by the Victorian aesthetics of opium dens, widespread in the 19th and early 20th centuries. In England, due to strict anti-alcohol laws, opium was cheaper than alcohol, which contributed to its high demand. Drug-containing drugs were popular and were actively advertised as universal remedies for many diseases and were recommended even to children.


The title of the shoot refers to the poem "The Goblin Bazaar" written by Cristina Rossetti, sister of the painter Dante Rossetti, in 1862. In the plot of the poem, two sisters encounter insidious goblins selling delicious but forbidden fruits. The description of "goblin fruit" clearly symbolizes drugs - they are sweet, but once tasted them, he also craves them and slowly begins to fade away. It is believed that the poem was written by Christina under the tragic impression of the death of her sister-in-law, who died from an overdose of laudanum.



Ph: Natasha Yankelevich 
Md: Lulya Vitruk 
Style: Elena Tash 
Muah: Natalia Chernusskaya 
Clothes: Intro Version, Onsitsa

Outfit: fabermuler 

Pp: Sergey Shmakov