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myturtlespeedy:

Sup?

carlosison:

ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Alfred Roller Costume Design for 'Lohengrin' 1927 worn by Leo Slezak.

Blogging outfit.

one of us needs to change

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bobbycaputo:

“Big Head Poetry” | Maia Flore

notcuddles:

stormtrooperfashion:

Vivien Solari in “Vivien” by Scott Trindle for Twin Magazine #10, Spring/Summer 2014
See more from this set here.

Are pauldrons the new fashion thing?  Cause I’m on board for that

notcuddles:

stormtrooperfashion:

Vivien Solari in “Vivien” by Scott Trindle for Twin Magazine #10, Spring/Summer 2014

See more from this set here.

Are pauldrons the new fashion thing?  Cause I’m on board for that

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vintagegal:

Original costumes worn by Lynda Carter (Wonder Woman), Adam West (Batman), Yvonne Craig (Batgirl), Christopher Reeve (Superman), Michelle Pfeiffer (Catwoman) and Burt Ward (Robin). By Chip Kidd

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I think I’m wearing the clothes of a comic book Supervillain.
This wasn’t going to be my outfit for the day, I just pulled this on while my hair is drying but, I might just go with it.

I think I’m wearing the clothes of a comic book Supervillain.

This wasn’t going to be my outfit for the day, I just pulled this on while my hair is drying but, I might just go with it.

bobbycaputo:

Bizarre Portraits of People Dressed In the Food They’d Like to Eat

Hunger Games is a very… different series of portraits by NYC-based photographer Ted Sabarese. For each of the photographs, Sabarese asked his model one simple question: “What are you craving at the moment?” He then took the food described, had them turned into clothing items, and photographed the models wearing the things they’d like to eat.

The photographs were shot back in January of 2009, nearly two years before Lady Gaga wore her infamous meat dress to the MTV Video Music Awards in September 2010.

15 designers were involved in Sabarese’s photo shoot, and each of the garments took hours to cook, create, and assemble.

The artichoke gown above took a whopping six hours to create. The model had to stand the entire time while the designers attached each individual artichoke leaf.

You can find a behind-the-scenes video showing how the shoot was done here. Head on over to Sabarese’s website to see more of his work.

WAFFLE PANTS

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carlosison:

Tonight’s mood.

carlosison:

Tonight’s mood.

Blogging outfit!  (Not pictured: three top hats)

Blogging outfit!
(Not pictured: three top hats)