Thursday, February 12, 2009

Scene Queen Definitions

Browsing the interwebs I came across a very interesting article in which scene queens and scene queen wannabes (as well as various other offshoots) are described in great detail and to much comic effect.

Real Scene Queens:

The Scene Queens are apparently these people: Zui Suicide, Jeffree Star, Audrey Kitching, Raquel Reed and Hannah Beth.

Zui Suicide:
She has the right idea here with all her childhood nik naks hanging off her person and some colorful synthetic extensions, this woman is a genius, she turned this into a style.

Jeffree Star:
This guy knows the score, he ain't no wannabe. Careful he might feed you something that will make you fat.

Audrey Kitching:
Scene Queen royalty and prime example that multiple wardrobe changes and photo shoots with the exact same facial expression in each one can still make you hot to trot on the Internet.

Raquel Reed:
Well all I can say here is that her hair is pretty, it's blue, she changes her poses up a bit and she employs professional photoshoppers, very nice.

Hannah Beth:

These people are in the know with things like acrylic paint for their eyes (please do not try this at home kids), organising professional photographers to do photo shoots with (all with cash from their own pockets), plastic jewellery and crazy block color hairstyle often with some different colored extensions put in. They are VIPs (very important people) in the realm of their own minds oh and also enjoy some Internet fame....nice!

These scene queens give hope to many and prove that you do not have to really look like a model to be one, just be eccentric and off the wall with some cheap plastic earrings and some funky ass hair and start a photobucket account for your glamour shots.

Scene Queen Wannabes

Then we have the Scene Queen Wannabees who are such hopefuls as Kiki Kannibal, Lexi Lush, Ophelia Vanity, Kat Frappucino and Brittany Kramer.

Kiki Kannibal:
Looks like a right proper scene queen and pretty too however she unfortunately runs in the wrong social circles :(

Lexi Lush:
"Here are all my little ponies from my childhood years, let me tie a cord around their necks and pin them to my hair" wrong social circles...sorry.

Ophelia Vanity:
This is a good example of what happens with no cash, a camera, a tripod and a lonely person.

Kat Frappucino:
So much a wannabe there is apparently no picture of this person available anywhere...hmm that kind of makes her seen like a bit of a VIP. How did she get known about without ever thing you know a trio photo shoot with the Scene Queen Royalty of Audrey Kitching and the older one Zui Suicide will be organised to much Internet audiences anticipation worldwide.

Brittany Kramer:
I personally don't mind this one too much, she looks kinda cool. I guess she just doesn't have the right Hello Kitty paraphernalia about her person.

Remember the Club Kids?

By the way, this kind of thing has been happening for years, google Club Kids, Michael Alig or James St James and see how past generations did it with style. They also did commit murder though so hmmm these bitchy teen politics can end up a bloody mess muahahaha.

Anyway make your way over to the scene queen article for more laughs oh and leave a comment here if you like too.


somerandomchick said...

uhhhmm u cant find a pic of kat frappacing cuz she made all her profiles private and apparently sued people 4 putting her pics up nd starting gossip sites so thts y u cant find her pics newer.

My Hair is Emo said...

Thanks for the info somerandomchick! I guess the harshness of the "scene queen" scene was too much, not everbody can take criticism in their stride and if you put yourself out in the public eye there will always be an abundance of that. Not everybody is going to shower you with roses!

Becca said...

Kiki Kannibal's awesome!

Anonymous said...

yeah so personally I now Lexi Lush and if anything I think she is more real then Audrey Kitching will EVER be. One, she does her own hair. Two, she does her own photoshoots. Three, she has her own thing. She's totally rad to hang with and her looks are amazing.

Anonymous said...

At least [most] of the ones you call "scene quenn wannabes" look like real people. Your actual 'scene queens" look like messed up barbies :(

hannahxbanna said...

ummmm, just wanted to no, how can u be a poser for running in the wrong croud? i dont get it
she dresses and does her hair scene but her friends are girly-girl's or whatever they are and that makes her a poser, and a wanabee. wouldnt a wannabee drop there friends and hang with people they dont like because of there stereotypes.

Anonymous said...

This might be a little random, but I read the other day, that Audrey Kitching doesn't see herself as a scene queen, and she actually don't like the style. I was really choked, because I'm a 'scene kid' and my big inspiration was her. She says she is inspired by the Harajuku girls in Japan, and don't like the scene term.