theomeganerd:

Dark Souls II Life-Sized Statue

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fashion-runways:

MICHAEL CINCO Couture Spring 2014

fashion-runways:

MICHAEL CINCO Couture Spring 2014

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fucking-history:

A Turkish Yatagan, made in Ahmed Tekelü’s workshop between 1525 and 1530, Istanbul.

According to the Metmuseum: “The gold incrustation on the blade depicts a combat between a dragon and a phoenix against a background of foliate scrolls. These figures, like the gold-inlaid cloud bands on the ivory grip, are Chinese in style and were probably introduced into Ottoman art through contacts with Persia. The extremely high relief of the delicately modeled goldsmith’s work, and the use of rubies for eyes, silver for the dragon’s teeth, and a pearl set into the phoenix’s head, exemplify the opulence and refinement of Ottoman luxury arts.

This sword is one of the earliest known yatagans, distinctly Turkish weapons characterized by a double-curved blade and a hilt without a guard. Yatagans were commonplace in Turkey and the Balkans in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and served as sidearms for the elite troops known as janissaries.”

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adolesc:

darkclothes:

Givenchy fall 2009 couture details

Royal

adolesc:

darkclothes:

Givenchy fall 2009 couture details

Royal

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caravanwithoutwheels:

kitsoru:

Military style lolita coords via Frasco blog.

oh

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syrahde:

jackmyswagnoir:

calantheandthenightingale:

The weather’s finally starting to get a little nippy, so have some coat porn :D

Coats and waistcoats all by Atelier Boz.  Seriously, I love their coats so much <3

jodo

my love for waistcoats ,can’t hide it

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defunctfashion:

Adrian | c. 1937
I finally got a chance to get to the Elegance in an Age of Crisis: Fashions of the 1930s exhibit at the Museum at FIT before it closed. This gown was AMAZING in person. It was worn by Joan Crawford in “The Bride Wore Red”.

defunctfashion:

Adrian | c. 1937

I finally got a chance to get to the Elegance in an Age of Crisis: Fashions of the 1930s exhibit at the Museum at FIT before it closed. This gown was AMAZING in person. It was worn by Joan Crawford in “The Bride Wore Red”.

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