Keeping up with Julia Fox's shenanigans is one of our favorite pastimes here at Highsnobiety so, naturally, we were delighted to see Ms. Unca Jahms bring a healthy dose of chaos to Vanity Fair's 2022 Oscars after party.

Chaos, you ask? The actor-turned-adult-crafter attended the A-list event in an outfit that would kill a Victorian child.

Designed by Han Kjøbenhavn, a Copenhagen-based label that specializes in leather and fur, Fox's "Grip" dress — made entirely of black hide — featured a bony, claw-like hand reaching around the neck.

For the full Spirit Halloween effect, Fox completed the ensemble with leather gloves and a clutch she alleged was made of human hair. And don't miss her red, watery-looking eyes — a very risqué effect that may or may not have been intentional.

Now, I know Fox and Ye didn't actually split because of her tendency to go "goblin mode," but her Oscars ensemble is the definition of impish behavior!

A catchall for indulgent, high-octane conduct, "goblin mode" became something of a viral phenomenon after a doctored headline attributed the term to Fox — who later clarified on Instagram Stories that she "never used the term."

I'm not saying Fox was lying, but wearing a borderline-NSFW dress, a purse trimmed in human DNA, and DIY eye makeup to an Oscars after party is goblin mode to a tee.

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