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Messy bunch of reblogs contain e.g. art I find impressive, beautiful or interesting, photography, animals of many sort (especially cats!), overall things I find cute, gaming related posts, tattoos, nail art, and fandoms including Assassin's Creed, Pacific Rim, Shingeki no Kyojin, Disney, Ghibli, Pokémon, Mass Effect and Adventure Time, to name a few. You never know.
I by myself am doing this and that. Art doodles, handcrafts, glass work, cosplay, gaming, roleplaying, list goes on. I'm a young woman in my 20s living in Tampere, Finland, and study in Tampere University of Applied Sciences' Degree Programme in Media (an English interactive media program). My dearest dream in the moment is to own a cat. *u*
Today I entertained myself by sketching some Disney ladies in swimwear. :D I’m actually very happy with all of them.
Get your peignoir today <3
Tattle-Crime.com recently did a bit of snooping and ran across the fantastic Trend Custom Tailors who are responsible for creating several of Dr. Lecter’s suits (as well as Ms. Verger’s gorgeous red coat!). Freddie got the inside scoop from the lovely Adriana Meister about Cannibals and Couture.
Their designs are drawn from all over the world- inspired by art, vintage fashion, architecture, textile artisans, and history. Modern style is their focus, but the golden age of couture is never far from their minds. They strive to bring back some of the elegance of the past while intertwining it with modern and future styles.
Designing Hannibal’s suits presents challenges, not only because Dr. Lecter is particular about his designs, but he’s fond of patterns with checks, which can prove particularly difficult to line up. Adriana tells us that Christopher Hargadon, costume designer for Hannibal, mentioned that when designing Lecter’s suits this season, he put Lecter in bright and bold suits whenever Lecter was happy or was celebrating a personal victory of some kind. Ms. Adriana points out that one of their vests was worn during the scene where Hannibal and Alana kiss, and while the vest is dark, the shirt Lecter is wearing is bright orange- a beautiful contrast. When describing Lecter’s style Mr. Hargadon said that colors spoke to him more than anything in regards to Hannibal, and that he wanted his outfits to show a tailoring heritage as well as read ‘old country’ meets contemporary modern tailoring- a style which is perfect for the Good Doctor and comes across beautifully on screen. Hannibal is a formidable man, who has an edge, and never goes unnoticed. As an imposing figure he has to look the part. It takes quite the man to pull off bold colors and prints, and pull it off he does.
Adriana says that her favorite suit of the season was the large bold checked suit in red and brown. It was the first suit they made for Dr. Lecter and she was in love with it before she even knew who it was for. “Someone out there is quite the man to pull that off. Finally we see more men dressing with personality and flare.” She notes that not many people can carry that print or color.
DYING for an outfit of your own? Trend Custom Tailors is available for both private commissions and commercial work. They have a wide selection of beautiful fabrics from all over the world (many of them Hannibal-esque!) and their thumb on the pulse of fashion, so don’t hesitate to contact them! Check out their website for more information, and if you’re in the Toronto area stop in! Trend Custom Tailors is located at 306 Sherbourne St. and I would definitely give them a call ahead at 416-596-8744.
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Thank you so much to Adriana for the inside scoop and the beautiful behind the scenes pics, and keep an eye on trendtailors for more behind the scenes pics!
There you have it, folks, some of the most beautiful clothing in the world! Stay tuned because Tattle Crime has some more exclusives to come!
Please no reposting pics without permission, thank you! <3!
27 Ways to Tie a Scarf. I can’t believe I found a PDF of Hermès Cards released by Hermès here. There are several sets of cards so you can also google “How to Tie a Hermès Scarf” for more ideas. You can no longer buy the Hermès Knotting (Playtime) cards except on places like EBAY for about $50+.
Photographer/ Creative Director: by Nyree Mackenzie Nyree Photo
Model: Gisèle Pletzer
Stylist / Fashion Director: Tamzen Holland Fashion-Stylist
How to Pack Luggage?
Details of Sansa’s new dress from The Mountain and the Viper
A team of Finnish fashion designers have created a new range of swimwear for women with one breast. A series of women who have had a mastectomy after breast cancer modelled the costumes for these stunning pictures, which are being exhibited in Finland, Sweden and Norway. The project, titled Monokini 2.0, aims to re-examine the public’s view of what women, beauty and physical appearance.
DIY Inspiration: Bird Applique on the Back of a blouse or sweater. You could use tee shirt transfer paper to do a quick and dirty DIY of this. I couldn’t find where to buy this - not even on my go-to site wheretoget.it (where you can post what a celebrity is wearing or just clothes you see online and have people help you find where to buy them).
An glorious fuck-ton of kimono/yukata (for females) references.
Yes, the last one is in Japanese… hopefully you’re fluent. And, for the longer images, you gotta reverse-image search ‘em to see the text.
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These leather booties are perfect for transitioning into warmer weather.
Omgomg I thought it was going to be like $90 but it’s like $15 and also comes in gray?!????!
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