chandelyer:Alexander McQueen fall 2013 rtw

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020

chandelyer:

Alexander McQueen fall 2013 rtw

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chandelyer: Heaven Gaia spring 2020 rtw

Saturday, October 26th, 2019

chandelyer:

Heaven Gaia spring 2020 rtw

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chandelyer:Hussein Bazaza s/s 2019 rtw

Wednesday, December 26th, 2018

chandelyer:

Hussein Bazaza s/s 2019 rtw

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chandelyer:Ziad Nakad ‘Elevation’ f/w 2018-2019 couture…

Saturday, August 18th, 2018

chandelyer:

Ziad Nakad ‘Elevation’ f/w 2018-2019 couture collection

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chandelyer:Rayane Bacha ‘Le Cirque Magnifique’ f/w 2018-2019…

Sunday, August 12th, 2018

chandelyer:

Rayane Bacha
‘Le Cirque Magnifique’ f/w 2018-2019 couture

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chandelyer: Elie Saab fall 2018 couture

Saturday, August 11th, 2018

chandelyer:

Elie Saab fall 2018 couture

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I loved all the in-jokes and callouts to previous episodes in…

Thursday, February 21st, 2013

I loved all the in-jokes and callouts to previous episodes in Something Lighter… Please. There was Bing having to stop himself from saying hi to Charlotte, Lizzie saying Jane was busy doing something “super important”, and of course snickerdoodles.

I also liked the callout to ep. 70 (New Jane) in Jane’s dress. That episode included a link to 8000Nerves for people who wanted to pay $123 for Jane’s blue dress. I don’t see a green or sleeveless version there, but the fabric pattern of today’s is so similar that I have to think the reference was intentional.

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victorianmelody: Les Secrets. Reblogging myself to add the…

Monday, February 18th, 2013

victorianmelody:

Les Secrets.

Reblogging myself to add the source: This is The Gallery of H.M.S. Calcutta (Portsmouth) by James Tissot, painted in 1877 or thereabouts.

I liked it when it came through my dash the first time, so I reblogged it then, but didn’t research it further. But yesterday I went to the Getty in L.A. with my wife, my son, and our friend Joanie, and among the paintings that really struck me there was one by Tissot. In looking up more information on the artist I spotted a thumbnail of this painting and remembered reblogging it.

Small world! Or at least, it is when you’re interested in 19th century paintings of fancy dresses and boats.

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