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Yuzuru Hanyu and Febreze collaboration  

–bottles designed with Hanyu’s Olympic costumes!

Hanyu-senshu’s inspiration grew from the (normal) packaging of Febreze. “These look like ice crystals.”  From there, “would it be good to make the packaging itself like costumes?” and this idea was born. The initial plan was to have only one design, but it became 3 designs due to the 3 costumes for this season.

[normal package design: pic below]

In the video, he says:
“unn… I’m seriously having trouble (with this)”
“Because I’m the type that thinks a lot.” [laughs]
“I like that kind (of thing)….”
[pointing at bottle] “This gives the feeling of ice crystals.”
“It should be like Febreze…. and also like me.”
“The image of my costumes is often blue…”
“Shall we do the package itself to be like a costume…”
"This side to be mainly the costume…." 

Some info:  Limited edition packaging;  only 10,000 bottles available – 4000 for short program costume, 4000 for free skate costume and 2000 for exhibition costume.  You have to win a lucky draw in order to buy it. :)

(my translation. Original source: P&G myrepi.com)

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Congratulations to the Netflix Drama Series ‘The Crown’ on their 13 Emmy Nominations.

  • Outstanding Drama Series-The Crown
  • Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series-Claire Foy as Queen Elizabeth II, The Crown
  • Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series- John Lithgow as Winston Churchill, The Crown
  • Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series-”Assassins” written by Peter Morgan, The Crown
  • Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series- “Hyde Park Corner” directed by Stephen Daldry, The Crown
  • Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Period Drama (One hour or more)- “Smoke and Mirrors”( Martin Childs, Production Designer; Mark Raggett, Art Director; Celia Bobak, Set Decorater)
  • Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series-The Crown (Nina Gold, CSA; Robert Sterne, CSA)
  • Outstanding Cinematography for a Single Camera Series (One hour)-”Smokes and Mirrors” (Adriano Goldman, ACS, Director of Photography)
  • Outstanding Period/Fantasy Costumes for a Series, Limited Series, or movie- “Wolferton Splash” (Michele Clapton, Costume Designer; Alex Fordham, Assistant Costume Designer; Emma O’Loughlin, Assistant Costume Designer; Kate O’Farrell, Costume Supervisor)
  • Outstanding Hair Styling for Single Camera Series- “Hyde Park Corner” (Ivana Primorac, Department Head Hair Stylist; Amy Riley, Key Hair Stylist)
  • Outstanding Main Title Design- The Crown (Patrick Clair, Creative Director; Raoul Marks, Lead Composition and Animator; Javier Leon Carrillo, Look Developer; Jeff Han, Designer)
  • Outstanding Music Compostition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)- “Hyde Park Corner” (Rupert Gregson-Williams)
  • Outstanding Special Visual Effect in Supporting Role- “Windsor” (Ben Turner, Visual Effects Supervisor; Tom Debenham, Consulting Visual Effects Supervisor; Standish Millennas, Visual Effects Producer; Kim Phelan, Visual Effects Producer; Oliver Cubbage, Lead CG Artist; Lionel Heath, Lead Compositor; Charlie Bennett, Lead DMP Artist;  Stephen Smith, Lead Roto-Prep Artist; Carmine Agnone, Lead Matchmove Artist)

now, i understand that the team may have had certain restrictions when it came to costume and everything.

but can we really trust how the detective said mark died…?

i mean according to what the detective said, stabbed, beaten, strangled, drowned and shot?

there’d be blood. but, let’s go with “it was cleaned up”

what about what mark was wearing? no tears in the clothing from a knife wound or gun shot. how come no one heard a gun shot? where would he even be shot? (again, i understand they may have had limitations with costume design and the mess, but none of the characters mention anything about a gunshot)

was he murdered ‘psycho’ style? in the shower or something?

i mean for fucks sake the detective sure doesn’t work according to the rules… according to his. methods. we can’t trust what he said about mark’s death. 

we didn’t see much of him before his body disappeared, either. we truly don’t know if the body was even cold or not. we took the butler and the detective’s words.

i think this works for the “mark’s not dead” theory. maybe.

again, i get the limitations they may have had. but we saw in adwm, mark had his suit all cut up plus the little bit of blood after the kidnapping scene, so why wouldn’t they do the same here…?

— > Upcoming Gacha !  

監獄アンロック~ニートは夜目覚める~ 」— { Prison Unlock ~ NEETs Wake up at Night ~ }

This Thursday ( Oct. 19th ‘17 ) we’ll be treated to a new, prison-themed gacha! It’ll commence on the 19th, and end on the 29th at 12:59 in the afternoon. 

We’ll be getting new costumes and limited edition deco, and keep everyone up to date with info for this set as time goes on  ♪

Mod Kara

Hey guys since it is that lovely time of year again, I have started a thread on Twitter calling out people using racist costumes. 

It’s not limited to just Native costume either, but that is the main focus for now. Anything on this list will be put up for consideration! My inbox, submissions and messages are open if you find any!

Le foutage de gueule pseudo-féministe de Miss France

Cette année, l’organisation de Miss France, une fois n’est pas coutume, a décidé d’innover pour son édition 2018. Malheureusement, cette émission ringarde et archaïque existe encore, mais cette année en plus des images des miss tournicotant dans la campagne française en robe fleurie (mention spéciale à la caméra qui ne zoomait pas que sur leur visage), des costumes multicolores à la limite du ridicule (bon ok ça c'était une remarque subjective et gratuite…mais quand même), des sourires figés, des commentaires ravis de Sylvie Tellier (en plus, maintenant qu’elle a une Miss Univers à exposer, elle est encore plus insupportable) des 56 passages en maillots de bain et de la lourdeur des commentaires de Jean-Pierre Foucault on a aussi eu droit à du féminisme.



Enfin, plus exactement à du feminist-washing, étant donné qu’après des années passées à chercher à transformer la femme en poupée, c’est un peu dur de rattraper ne serait-ce que les bases du féminisme en les quelques mois qui nous séparent de l’affaire Weinstein. Mais bon, vu le contexte actuel, fallait bien faire style on s’y intéresse…

Du coup, j’ai eu envie de voir ce que ça a donné. J’ai pas été déçue. Je ne me suis pas retapée toute l’élection comme l’année dernière, déjà parce que j’étais d’astreinte et de deux parce que ma patience a des limites (vous pourrez retrouver mon débrief de l’élection de Miss France 2017 ici , fort complémentaire de l’article que vous allez lire à présent ) mais j’ai quand même parcouru le replay pour voir ces fameux moments où on parlait de féminisme….


Le clip-vidéo des miss contre les violences faites aux femmes

Apparemment, Sylvie Tellier a beaucoup tenu à ce qu'un clip-vidéo contre les violences faites aux femmes soit diffusé deux fois au cours de la soirée. On se demande toujours pourquoi elle n'y avait jamais pensé les années précédentes mais enfin passons.

Il s'agit donc d'un clip qui ressemblait étrangement au générique de l'émission, si ce n'est qu'ils ont mis un filtre noir et blanc et que certaines miss ne souriaient pas. Il a été diffusé deux fois au cours de la soirée, la première avant le premier passage des miss en maillot de bain, passage où on a eu droit à de merveilleux gros plans sur les fesses de beaucoup d'entre elles (je vous laisse saisir tout.es seul.e.s l'ironie de la situation hein..) et la deuxième avant l'annonce des 5 finalistes du concours.

Le tout accompagné d'un texte provoquant une réelle prise de conscience, on a vraiment vu que quelqu'un a mis du cœur à essayer d'écrire quelque chose de marquant, de fort visant à faire changer les mentalités…

Non, je rigole. En fait, ils ont mis un petit fond de musique jazzy-lounge, avec une voix de femme toute douce qui chuchotait un texte du genre « J'ai le droit d'accepter…de ne pas accepter…je suis fière…je suis belle… je suis toutes les femmes [LOL….on y reviendra]…Nous sommes libres de penser et d'agir…etc etc », bref une séries d'évidences qui en deviennent des banalités pour celles et ceux sensibilisé.es au féminisme et qui ne déclencheront jamais aucune prise de conscience chez les autres. A noter, que le clip est passé deux fois sans doute pour que toutes les miss puissent y participer mais ils ont même pas pris la peine d'écrire deux textes différents. Déjà que la personne qui a torché ça a du y passer 20 minutes grand max…

Messieurs, vous pouvez dormir tranquilles, le patriarcat ne risque absolument rien.



L'élection de Miss Pérou avait fait le buzz parce qu'à la place de leurs mensurations, les candidates ont déclamé les chiffres des violences faites aux femmes. Je n'ai pas plus d'affection pour l'élection de Miss Pérou que celle de Miss France, mais les nanas sont venues sur scène, elles ont crié, elles y ont mis du cœur, de la niaque, de la force, de l'engagement, c'était créatif, c'était original, et ça a marqué les esprits. C'était super bien. Sincèrement. Mais chez Miss France, c'était tellement ridicule qu'elles auraient largement mieux fait de continuer sur leur lancée et de ne rien faire.


Une chronologie plus que risible


Vous avez tous et toutes déjà du entendre une interview à la télé d'une miss quelconque qui expliquait que pour être Miss France il y avait pas que le physique qui comptait, que les miss étaient amener à parler etc etc… Bon, certes, elles parlent mais elles passent quand les même les neuf dixièmes du temps à défiler mais en plus ce qu'elles racontent n'est absolument pas pris en compte…


En effet, samedi, les cinq finalistes ont été annoncées trois bon quarts d'heure avant de les faire parler. Durant ces trois quarts d'heure il y a eu le temps :

-de les faire repasser en maillot de bain…

-de les faire repasser en robe de soirée.

-de les remontrer cinq fois en gros plan avec les numéros qu'il fallait composer pour voter pour elles. LA MEME IMAGE EN BIKINI CINQ FOIS.


-de faire passer une page de pub. Voir deux je sais plus.

-de poser des questions aux membres du jury.

-de nous montrer des tas de reportages inintéressants au possible genre les cadeaux de Miss France.


Et enfin iels les ont fait parler en posant des questions des télespectateur.trice.s de TF1 qui étaient pas trop mauvaises et les nanas s'en sont super bien tirées. Franchement. Ce n'est absolument pas évident de parler en public, encore moins dans une salle énorme et des millions de personnes qui vous regardent à la télé quand en plus on ne connaît pas la question à l'avance (et vue la tronche qu'a tiré Miss Corse quand on lui a posé la sienne..on va y revenir…on peut se dire qu'au moins il n'y avait pas de triche et qu'elles ne savaient pas ce qu'on allait leur demander). Et elles s'en sont toutes tirées à merveille.


Sauf que dès la fin de la réponse de la dernière, Miss Corse, ils ont mis un reportage pourri de deux minutes ,et dès la fin de ce reportage JP Foucault a annoncé que les votes étaient clos. Puis ils ont annoncé la gagnante… Je sais pas ce que vous vous en pensez, mais si l’ intelligence était si importante que ça pour l'organisation Miss France, elle aurait peut-être réfléchi deux minutes (avec la rédaction du texte ça fait 22 minutes en tout mais apparemment c'est trop leur en demander) pour planifier les choses un peu différemment.

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p-r-i-d-e007  asked:

Ohh dude I gotchu with the request (as long as no one has asked this yet?) how bout a class 1-A sleepover AU? Like they're all trying to cram for exams and someone came up with this idea but they all end up doing other teenager things instead of studying the whole night? Idk thats all I got so take it away hahaha

Sorry this took so long I just started school. also u didn’t specify if u wanted a scenario or imagine, so I just did headcanons ^.^ I hope that’s alright and if not you are always welcome to request this again with specifications. Everything is under the cut bc I had a lot of fun with this.

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Sengoku BASARA + Tumblr text posts, part 2

a new trailer for SenBASA 4 Sumeragi is out and it’s as ridiculous as you’d expect

(preordered my copy already)

so now we have Darrell in a cowboy costume along w/ Darrell in a sailor suit, so now i kinda headcanon that Darrells all like dressing up and have their own favourite costumes.

sometimes Boxman uses this as a marketing ploy and sells some Darrells in their costumes as “special limited edition”. maybe that’s why Darrell wanted to wear his costume in “we’re captured”. to show off to Venomous and help his dad.

Rescue

Hello,due to a mistake I had to post this again, sorry for the trouble

Anyways…

This is my secret santa present for @whisperbinder

I’m sorry for any trouble I might have caused but I hope you like this and that you have a merry christmas (even if it’s early for that)


The music was blasting on Saeyoung’s house making Vanderwood wonder if it had actually been a good idea to listen to the redhead’s invitation for his Christmas party, he should have known that the former agent obnoxious personality only seemed to raise with the ambience the parties provided.

He stood uncomfortable in one corner smoking from his cigarette, from his current spot it was easy to get a general hold at the party, the woman with short hair seemed like she hasn’t gone to a party in her entire life he observed in mild entertainment as she was drinking and dancing. The actor was singing in the karaoke crying how he needed love into his life. 707 was jumping over the blonde boy asking him for a piggyback ride and the blonde boy complained how heavy the former agent was. 707´s brother was in a similar fashion as him observing everything from a corner, and maybe it was just his skills but Vanderwood could have sworn he saw the ghost of a smile on his lips. The CEO was pouring wine on a glass complaining how childish their attitudes were.

Vanderwood wasn’t good with names, everyone had a code name at the agency more often than not composed by number or keywords, he never had the affinity with anyone to actually care about learning their name. Even in missions he stuck with basic nicknames as an alternative most of the time instead of learning the target’s name.

He felt a small tap on his shoulder, with a scowl thinking it was agent 707 who was going to ask him to clean he turned his sight and lowered his cigarette only to see a young woman standing by his side. Her hair tied up, he couldn’t recognize her name either but her could remember she was the one who joined Saeyoung to that cult and impromptu rescue mission.

-Merry Christmas- she smiled, Vanderwood furrowed his eyebrows and stared at her up and down she had another bag now hanging from her elbow as she had her hands busy with a small cheetah printed box

-We were supposed to bring presents? -He asked perplexed, fucking 707, of course he would prank him with something like that.

-No, not at all! -The young girl beamed -But it’s Christmas everyone deserves a present- she pushed the present closer to his face, with a scowl Vanderwood took it from the girl’s hands taking a look at the label with his name and the girl’s in it.

Opening it carefully he found an empty wallet in it. He looked at it with curiosity, opening it to be sure there was nothing inside of it.

-Do you like it? -the girl asked, -I thought that since you are making a new life you’ll probably need a wallet-

-It’s okay I guess- he said as he placed it in the back pocket of his jeans.

He could observe her smile drop for a second, probably because she couldn’t get the reaction she hoped he would have. However, said smile returned in an instant and wished him a merry Christmas. Just as he was going to return the gesture, no matter how useless he thought it was the sound of glass shattering filled his ears and he only saw a flash of red before hearing the blonde one complain about it.

-You should look after your boyfriend- he commented pointing at the redhead who was now hiding in the most stupid place Vanderwood could have thought of.

-Who? Saeyoung?- The girl glanced at Saeyoung laughing for his antics -No, we are just friends. We agreed that would be better- She commented shrugging -I have to give these to the others, happy holidays Vanderwood- She raised the bag and walked towards Jumin who seemed to be the calmest at the moment.

Vanderwood shrugged turning of his cigarette making his way towards the entrance, this was going to be a big mess and he was not going to stay there just so 707 could sleep while he cleaned.

The next time he saw the girl he was quite surprised.

He had gotten a new job in an office and he got bored too quickly of it so by the end of the first week he quitted and went for a job on a bar Saeyoung recommended, at least he would get to kick drunk’s asses.

On his first day he bumped into someone on the way inside, just as he was going to help the new person to standup he saw a pair of eyes staring at him and a soft smile gracing the mouth.

-Vanderwood, hi! You’re the new guy the boss mentioned?- she questioned lifting herself from the ground.

-What are you doing here?- he questioned as she stood in front of him with a purse on her hand.

-I work here- she said with eyebrows furrowing and her lips curving in a smile, he raised an eyebrow -What are you doing here? -she questioned back following his path as he traced towards the manager’s office like his main intention was to get away from her.

-The redhead sent me here, told me this place wouldn’t question my background- MC nodded understanding that, Vanderwood would certainly be appropriate for the job, they needed someone who would be strong and willing enough to take out the drunks during the busy weekend hours.

-Good Luck! -she put her hand on his shoulder and finally exited through the door, he stared at her with furrowed eyebrows as he made his way to the manager’s office with a fake I.D in his hand.

Seeing her became a common occurrence for Vanderwood, whether it was on his way in to his shift at the bar or when she was having a sudden change on schedule and working in the night shift alongside him. Vanderwood discovered she was a entertaining companion for easy conversation, she never pried too much unless he unknowingly gave her the clue that she could.

It was unknown to him when the feelings of comfort and commodity evolved into something more. Something he didn’t dare to admit and had been forbidden ever since he was a teenager. He knew questioning Saeyoung would only bring laugh into him at Vanderwood’s expense, even if he got along better with the redhead it was still something he was unwilling to allow.

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TIMELESS, 10 REASONS TO WATCH

[Continuing with our list of reasons to watch Timeless, a little belated, to be completed (hopefully) before we hear about the renewal. Really hoping we will get one! #Timeless #RenewTimeless]

#4 THE COSTUMES

It’s wonderful to watch these characters in their costumes. Every week we look forward to where they’re gonna go so we can appreciate the amazing work the wardrobe crew does. It’s educational and fun, and really true to the time periods they’re in. Plus, have you seen Abigail Spencer in all her fantastic costumes? That has got to be the best part of it. There’s not one time period she can’t pull off. The costumes are not limited to the main characters, the extras and guests also have amazing outfits to go with the eras. The whole ensemble is amazing, it feels like going back in time with them.

#1#2. #3.

Coming Soon: Reason #5

in collaboration with @officerparker

This was supposed to be made in the week leading to the season finale, but that plummet in ratings left me really down and I had no motivation to continue. SORRY! And then after that real life got kinda crazy. But this shall be finished. 

On 13 epic Emmy nominations and 3 wins, during your very first season!

Outstanding Period/Fantasy Costumes For A Series, Limited Series Or Movie

The Crown

Wolferton Splash

Netflix • Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television

Michele Clapton, Costume Designer

Alex Fordham, Assistant Costume Designer

Emma O’Loughlin, Assistant Costume Designer

Kate O’Farrell, Costume Supervisor

Outstanding Production Design For A Narrative Period Program (One Hour Or More)

Smoke And Mirrors

Netflix • Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television

Martin Childs, Production Designer

Mark Raggett, Art Director

Celia Bobak, Set Decorator

Outstanding Supporting Actor In A Drama Series

The Crown

Netflix • Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television

John Lithgow as Winston Churchill

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I’ve been carefully following the artist and photographer Kirsty Mitchell’s breathtaking Wonderland series over the years, and I’m delighted to see she is self-publishing her own Limited Edition book chronicling her journey. The project has been funded in less than 10 hours via Kickstarter and is one of the fastest funded photobooks of all time.

The fantastical world was created over six and a half years in honour of Kirsty’s mother Maureen who passed away from a brain tumour in 2008, as an escape from reality and a way of coming to terms with her grief. Maureen had been an English teacher and had read her daughter countless fairytales as a child. Kirsty began the project with hair and make-up artist Elbie Van Eeden, and each photograph could take as much as five months of prep work - so I’m really looking forward to seeing behind-the-scenes in the first edition of this spectacular tribute book.