I just wanted to point out that kyo takes his shirt off in the cross arm girl way and he does it perfectly…..
Out of my normal re-blogging theme…but I don’t know why I find this so fascinating hahahahahahaha xD My comment has no relation to the comment above,I mean- just watching the Gif itself! haha xD
The Edie Family. Edie Campbell and her family star in Lanvin’s A/W 2014 campaign, shot by Tim Walker and styled by Jakob K.
Christian Dior Haute Couture ateliers
/look no. 5 from Spring Summer 2011 collection
1. step: the coat is made from white canvas to show the proportions and silhouette (it is done by a ‘modéliste’)
2. step: client tries on the mock-up to see how it fits
3. step: designer chooses fabrics, colours and embroidery (The fabrics used in Haute Couture are the most luxurious and most expensive ones)
4. step: each part of the coat is cut (There are two ateliers, one for tailoring: Atelier tailleur and one for the dresses: Atelier flou. Each one has its own head seamstress called Première. At Atelier tailleur it is madame Monique, at Atelier flou it is madame Florence
5. step: the embroidery is done in special ateliers in Paris (maison Hurel, maison Lesage)
6. step: fabric is pleated in special ateliers in Paris (ateliers Logon)
7. step: seamstresses assemble the coat (there are many people involved in making one piece, everything is sewn by hand in Paris ateliers)
8. step: the coat is ironed (it is actually ironed after any manipulation or sewing)
9. step: the coat is tagged (it is the final step, and it means, that the piece is ready for the client)
10. step: the coat is delivered to the client… (this is actually where its story begins)
This is fantastic!
I wish I could just be in the room watching the entire process
Iconic Disney characters gender bended.
Ariel, Cruella, Maleficent, Pocahantas, Elsa, Ursula, Aurora, and Snow White as guys. Hades and Jack Frost as girls.
*MIND BLOWN**EDIT: So after looking up Rule 34 I also learned about Rule 63 which means: “For each male and female character there is a variation of the opposite gender of that character.” How fitting it this?