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(When I find an awesome movie or drama that made my list, I make a silly manip of it. That’s how I keep track.)

"Ace Attorney"

Go watch this movie. It’s awesome in a lot of ways! 

Pros: Mirei Kiritani and Hiroki Narimiya were so awesome as Maya Fey and Phoenix Wright. They portrayed their characters so well that it didn’t feel over the top. They stood out from the silliness that was unnecessary in the movie  (Ugh so much so that I made a manip of this); Cool special effects; awesome courtroom!; and the “Objections!!!” were so cool! 

Cons: Takumi Saito did a good job portraying Edgeworth, but I feel his character is so lacking; Silly game traits did not translate well on screen; and it was kind of blotchy in some spots.

I started playing the Phoenix Wright games in anticipation of the new Professor Layton Vs. Phoenix Wright game coming out. Maybe it’s my love for puzzle games and Professor Layton that I am thoroughly enjoying Phoenix Wright as well!

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How’s this cosplay of Ace Attorney's Phoenix Wright and Maya Fey?

Masamune as Phoenix Wright || Kazuki as Maya Fey


Riding Spencer




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People will stare. Make it worth their while → Julien Macdonald prêt-à-porter | S/S ‘13

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"1774 Doll" from the Gratitude Train

Jean Desses


"Les Adieux" by Jean-Michel Moreau le Jeune provided the inspiration for this dress by Jean Dessès. Moreau le Jeune (1741-1814) was a French illustrator and engraver best known for his illustrations recording fashionable dress and interiors in the "Monument de costume physique et morale" published by L.F. Prault in 1776-1783. The original etching and engraving is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art collection. (VIEW HERE)


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Krikor Jabotian - Spring Summer 2013 + Details

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Muslin Round Gown, ca. 1796

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Wedding Dress

E. Karolou Bridal House


Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation

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"1791 Doll" from the Gratitude Train

Martial & Armand


Martial & Armand, a long-standing and reliable, if minor part of Paris couture designed this dress after an engraving by Boilly. Léopold Boilly (1761-1845) was a French genre painter and engraver, known for his depictions of Parisian life and culture.


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