my lady on fire

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Playlist: sexy timessss

01. let’s spend the night together // the rolling stones

02. light my fire // the doors

03. foxy lady // the jimi hendrix experience

04. you shook me // led zeppelin

05. je t’aime moi non plus // serge gainsbourg & jane birkin

Zutara Week 2017: Day 1- Fire Lady (and Lord)

“Okay Zuko, so I will help you to be the ambassador of peace between Fire Nations and Water Tribes.”

“ Yeah…and also.. *give her betrothal necklace*

….. to help me as my Queen, Katara..”


This is my first time participating in Zutara excited!!! (a bit ironic because I already a Zutarian since…. 2006 I guess?)

PS: Kinda confused to choose the best color for Katara’s Fire Lady outfits..hahaha really need to see a lot of references for design (browsing from google :P)

I think… I am going to upload it in my DA too XD

tag: @zutaraweek


Whenever the other wears the other’s color, they love each other a little bit more.

My headcanon is Katara as a Fire Lady only wears her husband’s colors during important/formal events (and Zuko respects her choice) as well as Zuko humbling himself with not wearing his crown and only wearing Southern Water tribe clothing during their visits in the south. Her betrothal necklace is carved from gold and bronze (cause zuko’s a doting lover) with the shape of the flower Milk Vetch cause I love its meaning


moodboard: brienne of tarth

“Fighting is better than this waiting. You don’t feel so helpless when you fight. You have a sword and a horse, sometimes an axe. When you’re armored it’s hard for anyone to hurt you.”

Tsubaki based on Alphonse Muchas illustration for The lady of the camellias, because, you know, tsubaki means camellia in japanese! :3c

(Click for full size!!)

Tsk. Just how are you planning to represent our liege if you can’t even dress yourself properly?”


Halt and Catch Fire is at its best in the moments in which it crafts a narrative in which women and people of color are in the spotlight, giving rise to major tech innovations as leaders.

In the world of Halt and Catch Fire, the most powerful VC is a woman, the inventor of the first search site is a teenage girl, the lead of a VC firm’s best innovation is a black woman, and the most brilliant coder is, again, a woman.

It’s beautiful to watch, and just as gripping, if not more so, than watching a couple of Bill Gates and Steve Jobs stand-ins vie for control of the nascent tech universe.

- Adario Strange for Mashable