jeans makers


When my parents bust into my room at 3:00am excepting me to be doing drugs or some shit but all I’m really doing is watching a gay ass anime about a bunch of guys figure skating…

So my mom

Who absolutely hates anime and anything with it. Who hates all the music I like. Who hates the fact I watch anime. Who tells me there’s no point to watching it. Who says it doesn’t teach you anything. Who says it doesn’t make you happy…..that lady.

Is in my house right now singing history maker and I don’t know what to do!?!?!?!?

Originally posted by kirykitsune


Comparison of opening scene between ep 1 and 11 (๑♡⌓♡๑)


bless this


▪Double-Barrelled Flintlock Sporting Gun of Napoleon I Bonaparte.
Date: 1809
Maker: Jean Le Page (French)
Medium: Blued steel with gilt decoration; walnut stock; chiseled mounts.

From the source: The Le Page family firm was the leading maker of deluxe firearms for the French nobility during the late 1700s and early 1800s. Jean Le Page was royal gunmaker to the French king, Louis XVI (1774-93), and after the Revolution to the Emperor, Napoleon Bonaparte (1804-21), who commissioned this weapon. The gun bears the imperial monogram “N” (for Napoleon) in two locations.

Evening dress

  • Place of origin:  France (made)
  • Date:  1928-1929 (made)
  • Artist/Maker:  Jean-Charles Worth (possibly, designer)
  • Materials and Techniques:  Printed chiffon, sequins, tulle, partly embroidered, charmeuse, net, lace, crêpe

This long evening dress of aquamarine chiffon has a printed floral pattern in shades of lilac, orange and gold. The pattern is inspired by oriental designs and is outlined with iridescent sequins. The dress is straight cut with a low round neck at the front and a deep ‘V’ at the back. It is sleeveless. Attached at the hips are four shield-shaped panels of golden tulle outlined in golden sequins. A sunburst pattern is embroidered on them in iridescent sequins. Three graduated layers of gathered aquamarine tulle edge and join the panels. They are longer at the back than at the front. Worth probably made the dress, between 1928 and 1929.

Night life became the focus for the exuberance of the years after the First World War. It gave birth to the most glamorous evening fashions of the 20th century. Throughout the 1920s, and in spite of changing fashions, the legacy of the Ballets Russes remained evident in the exoticism and luxury of evening gowns and mantles. This was seen especially in the continuing use of shiny fabrics, embroideries, tassels and sashes. Evening dresses were sleeveless, long and feminine. They were embellished with exotic embroideries, sequins and metallic threads to achieve the maximum effect of brilliance. This dress shows the characteristic flounces of the later period, when volume made a reappearance in fashion.