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ala-con:

gordblossom:

intrepidheroine:

albinwonderland:

rainedragon:

andariel-sirene:

fraise-du-mal:

Middle Earth skirt. Made by me <3

Took me three months and how you see is hand embroidery, no printed :3

I hope take pictures with a full coordinate soon!

WOW

This is utterly insanely amazingly impressive. I’m absolutely floored. How many stitches is that! I find just samplers tedious, and this is a whole skirt-sized copy of the LotR map? And clearly it had to be adapted onto a skirt from paper…

holy shit

Wow, this is amazing!

I want to learn embroidery so I can make one of my own.


WANT!

One skirt to rule them all!

fuckyeahreading
cannibalhymn:

Tales of The Unexpected , UK Vogue 2010
“Never smile at a crocodile…Unless you’re wearing Giles’s blood-curdling red silk dress.”
Photographed by Tim Walker

Roald Dahl created some of the best-loved children’s stories of the 20th century, such as “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, “Matilda” and “James and the Giant Peach”. Having that in mind, Vogue UK enlisted Tim Burton (who of course directed one adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and produced another for James and the Giant Peach), actors Helena Bonham Carter, Imelda Staunton and Jamie Bell, and musician Lightspeed Champion amongst others, to help bring to life, Dahl’s powerful vision through fashion.
The editorial takes its name from Dahl’ successful short story collection.

cannibalhymn:

Tales of The Unexpected , UK Vogue 2010

“Never smile at a crocodile…Unless you’re wearing Giles’s blood-curdling red silk dress.”

Photographed by Tim Walker

Roald Dahl created some of the best-loved children’s stories of the 20th century, such as “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, “Matilda” and “James and the Giant Peach”. Having that in mind, Vogue UK enlisted Tim Burton (who of course directed one adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and produced another for James and the Giant Peach), actors Helena Bonham Carter, Imelda Staunton and Jamie Bell, and musician Lightspeed Champion amongst others, to help bring to life, Dahl’s powerful vision through fashion.

The editorial takes its name from Dahl’ successful short story collection.