Director - Kevin Munroe, Cinematography - Steve Lumley
“We live together, we train together, we fight together, we stand for good together… we are ninjas. We strike hard, defend and protected and fade into the night and there ain’t no bad guy or monster that gonna ever change that. That’s what is important and that’s why we will always be… brothers.”
Mi primer amor lo fue todo, un amor del que nunca te alejas, porque ni lo intentas ni lo deseas. Un amor tan grande y tan fuerte que nunca muere, que nunca se apaga, que nunca pierde su luz. La clase de amor por el que luchas, la clase de chico por el que luchas.
This photoset includes those I think is both beautiful, well made AAAAND appropriate for the occasion.
For example, I think Christine’s pink ball gown is beautiful, but it has always bugged me to no end that everyone else dress in black/white/metallic shades while she appears in colour. I *get*the symbolism, but I think it looks moronic. Same for the Phantom’s Napoleonic “Red Death” costume. It’s very well made, but the horror element is totally lacking.
So yeah, these costumes are the one I can envision a late 19th century costume ball to feature (except that first silver one, but I WOULD SO TOTALLY WEAR IT), I think they’re well made, I think they fit the scene, and I think they’re beautiful. I wish I had a better photo of Madame Giry’s Asian inspired attire, but ah well.
Model Monday! Shalom Harlow, the original hippie child, who’s name means peace. Shalom, discovered at a Cure concert in Canada, soon became a favourite of Steven Meisel and Karl Largerfeld. With her piercing blue catlike eyes, swanlike grace and charismatic personality, Shalom earned her supermodel status at the dawning of the “waif” movement of the early 90s , alongside fellow supers such as Kate Moss, Kirsty Hume and Amber Valetta ( whom she shared her first apartment in paris with and became great friends ). With numerous covers and ad campaigns, Shalom is one of the most memorable “supers” of her generation.