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In 1959 Mark Shaw photographed the Vicomtesse Jacquline de Ribes wearing her latest Dior gown in the Paris living room of her father-in-law’s house. The ankle length satin gown is shown with a matching stole. A variation of this image appeared in the March 2, 1959 Life article; “Gala Evening Garb for Elegant Continentals.”

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Yang Mi and Mark Chao pose for fashion magazine

Chinese actors Yang Mi and Mark Chao, who starred in the popular TV series Ten Miles of Peach Blossom earlier this year, have featured in the latest issue of fashion magazine Harper’s Bazaar.

Adapted from a popular online novel of the same name, the story tells a love story between a 140,000-year-old fox princess and a 50,000-year-old dragon prince.

The story has won many fans for its beautiful scenes, poetic dialogues and popular stars.

Source: China Daily

This Hozuki no Reitetsu (鬼灯の冷徹) illustration with Peach Maki, Hozuki and Miki is the January/February poster sheet for the Animage Magazine (Amazon US | JP) 2015 calendar. Etsuko Yokoyama (横山悦子) is the artist behind this almost Valentine’s Day themed piece.

details // on body:
skin applier: more more jade
hair: hair sintiklia zoella unrigged/resized new @tres chic
body: maitreya mesh body

//outfit:
jacket: {sallie} kawaii yankee sukajan jacket (maitreya) - blue new @yanfes
boots: [deadwool] patmos boots - black - (fem) - s

//others:
record shelf: 22769 - the record shop - record shelf - common new @the epiphany
vending machine: 22769 - the record store - vending machine - common new @the epiphany
record display: 22769 - the record shop - record display - common new @the epiphany
karaoke: peaches ‘n cream - cesp - karaoke black new @the epiphany
pizza and soda: peaches 'n cream - cesp -pizza & soda new @the epiphany
pizza: peaches 'n cream - cesp -pizza new @the epiphany
magazine: peaches 'n cream - cesp -saucy magazine new @the epiphany
video games: peaches 'n cream - cesp - video games new @the epiphany
soda cans: peaches 'n cream - cesp -soda cans new @the epiphany

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Back before Lucky Peach was a magazine and Mind of a Chef was barely a glimmer in anyone’s eye, David Chang headed to Tokyo with a film crew to explore the ever-expanding ramen scene in the city where he’d once lived. Ivan Orkin hadn’t written an English-language cookbook yet, nor had he opened any ramen shops in America. This is the first time the two chefs met, and the background story of Ivan’s rise to international ramen fame.