Plastik Magazine: Tea For Two

Posted on December 11, 2012

Darlings, for your Pretty of the Day, let’s all get a little freaky. We’ll let the pictures do the talking, because honestly, we have no idea what we could possibly add to them.


PLASTIK Magazine Winter 2012 Issue
Editorial: “Tea for Two”
By Eli Rezkallah & Ryan Houssari
Photographer: Rabee Younes



[Photo Credit: Rabee Younes]

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  • victor liu

    Describes my day.

  • Eric

    If Playboy ran Disney?

  • kmk05

    Striking as hell and slightly disturbing. Can’t seem to pinpoint why, but it’s the PLASTIK look to everything,with the  50s (?) Barbie setting. 

    • miagain

       … and that it looks like a doll’s house!

    • Candigirl1968

      Her vacant stare matches that of the dolls.  It’s spooky.

  • AlexisPayne

    Bunny in heels is my favorite

    • FridaStaire

      Me too! Magic!

    • Aya Shirai

      Is it just me, or does that shot look post-coitus? The bunny has clearly removed the suit she was wearing in the first photo.

  • marilyn

    Is the modell/mannequin wearing plastic clothes, too?

  • MsOlympia

    That model is stunning.  Despite the ludicrous craziness going on around her, I am fixated by her eyes and face.

    • Vtg Fashion Library

      Looks kind of like a blue eyed Shaylene Woodley.

  • Steven Elliott

    Hmmm…coked out Easter Bunny chic? 

  • Trisha26

    How very Stepfordy.

  • Wendi126

    Creepy and alluring. I really like the images

  • poggi

    That bunny has some fabulous shoes.

  • joything

    Betty Draper on acid.  She’s not giggling.

  • Maya

    i want those heels!

  • PastryGoddess

    Kinda loving it.  Sometimes I wish I had a place like this to send my clients when they are working my last nerve

  • Melissa Sullivan

    Is it bad that i completely ignored the model and was like “bunnies! how cute!”. The model was out done by the bunnies for me. 

  • SewingSiren

    Now I want a tea party. Except with gin.

    • Sara L.

      I would go to that tea party.

  • snarkykitten

    it’s like a cross between Silent Hill & the episode of Criminal Minds where the lady abducts women & turns them into dolls

    • quiltrx

      Oooh, good call!  (and this sounds a lot like something I would say, LOL)

  • EliseC

    Gross.  I hate this.  

  • Ass Kicking Adviser

    Fan-frickin’-tastic! Good to know that someone out there still has an imagination. Or access to a lot of drugs. Either way.

  • rawrgrowlrawr

    I’m just relieved the stylist didn’t attempt to sexualize the scene in any way. Too many shoots manage to infantilize and sexualize the models at the same time and it creeps me out. I’ll take Bizarro World Donnie Darko over sexy kid themes any day!

    • l_c_ann

      Um….the sexually sated, nude bunny in the cute blue high heals could be interpreted several ways.

      • rawrgrowlrawr

        Oh wow, I did not see it that way at all. Ewww….But I am still standing by my original comment. This shoot is twisted, yes, but I don’t think any of the images are overtly perverse. Then again, Rule 34 exists so now my mind is back to ew.

      • Tess Danesi

        I saw that as an innocent gazing at clouds type of pose but agree that it is open to interpretation. 

  • Flora O

    Would make epic set and costumes for Ibsen’s A Doll’s House. Torvald is the bunny.

    • amf0001

      perfect!  It would work so well with this setting!

  • quiltrx

    If I lived in this world I promise I would look SO super-happy…not so dragged down by it all!

    And I totally wish I could be a Minnie-Mouse Lady all the time, too.

  • Kelly Sowers

    I don’t get it…

  • Vera

    Crazy beautiful. Love the heels on the rabbit.

  • frankystein123

    Human Barbies diving into the uncanny valley.

  • crash1212

    So very strange. So very pleasing. So lusting after the red & white bag in photo #3. Already have the Minnie Mouse ears.

  • Rebecca Jay

    Wow, coolest I’ve seen in a long time!

  • Sinéad Doyle

    This set is fabulous. I love a shoot with so much care put into every detail- it could overshadow the clothes but I think reflecting elements from the clothes in the set works really well to emphasise the prints in them. 

  • foodycatAlicia

    The ennui of the Stepford Wife?

  • decormaven

    I’m getting pink eye.

  • Heather

    As a friend once said of Cirque de Soliel, “I can’t decide whether to laugh, or be afraid.”

  • miagain

    fun… and creepy!!

  • Judy_J

    I see little girl fantasies, and the last photo depicts the moment when you realize the fantasies are just that, and all you’re left with is grim reality. 

  • MilaXX

    I’d love this if the model wasn’t made up to look like a doll. That’s creepy.

  • christinewithanx

    Somebody saw David Lynch’s Rabbits. Love the Barbie effect, too!

  • formerlyAnon

    They did an outstanding job of making the model’s eyes look exactly like the eyes of one of my early ’60s dolls – my favorite eyes of all of my dolls, as they were the most realistic, opened & closed and had very brilliant blue and realistic irises.

    (What? I was supposed to have a thought about the clothes?)

  • Pinup Ghoul

    I don’t care about the shoot one way or another from a stylistic point of view, but there are two things I liked:
    1. From far away, some of the flower clusters in the wallpaper look like rabbits mid-scamper.
    2. ALL OF THE JEWELRY. And the accessories in general. I need them in my life.

  • guest2visits

    The clothes aren’t speaking to me, but the pink is.  Wish I could find a wall or a thing for the oversized rose
    wallpaper. Love the chairs, too.

  • Mia Moreno

    I love these photos. Just serious eye candy! Especially the one with one of the models one dressed as a giant rabbit and real rabbits all around munching.