I want Papa Agreste to absolutely adore Marinette; maybe take her under his wing in the fashion world.
His first birthday gift to her is her first fashion show with her designs, and she tears up. She actually starts crying when she realizes Adrien is modeling her favourite designs.
I want Papa Agreste to be 100% in agreement when Adrien tells his him he wants to date Marinette.
Maybe there’s a fashion show for young designers in Paris, and Marinette attracts all the attention because the paparazzi nicknamed her ‘Gabriel Agreste’s daughter.’ Adrien, of course, looks stunning as he models all her designs, and the paparazzi go head over heels for the story behind the ‘power family of Paris.’ They call her something silly, like the ‘the Agreste princess’ or something, leading to Adrien calling her ‘princess’ as a joke.
One night, when Marinette is about to be driven home by Adrien’s bodyguard/driver, Papa Agreste invites her to take over one of the free rooms in the Agreste mansion, so she can stay over and doesn’t have to go home so late. Nobody mentions how the room is next to Adrien’s.
Adrien being so happy that he’s getting to spend so much time with his father and the love of his life. Especially when they begin working on the ‘Adrien collection’, a collection inspired by Adrien’s looks and interests. One of the designs even has gold threads and expensive bright green fabrics which match his eyes perfectly, while another is a design inspired by his fencing gear, which Adrien absolutely loves.
After years of her working under Papa Agreste, and falling deeper and deeper in love with Adrien, Marinette gets told by Papa Agreste that he deems her worthy on continuing his fashion empire after his retirement, and wants her and Adrien to inherit his entire company.
Papa Agreste is pleased when Adrien finally proposes, and has pretty much never been less surprised about an answer than when Marinette said yes. Marinette designs her wedding dress, but asks papa Agreste for advice about certain choices she made.
Papa Agreste feeling pride when she becomes Marinette Agreste, his new daughter.
Derek huffs, arching one eyebrow. “I’m not a fugitive.”
“You look like a fugitive,” Stiles insists, practically beaming. “Maybe you should start wearing cardigans.”
In which Stiles is a hitchhiker and Derek a runaway whose paths cross at a gas station in the California desert.
Zain is just fabulous; she’s an amazing author. I highly recommend checking out her other stuff. Anywho! This was obviously great. I loved the instant connection Stiles and Derek had and how their relationship developed. It happened quickly, but it didn’t feel that way. It felt very organic, and I loved it
Imagine middle schoolers in the hallways, talking like “how cool would it be if Ladybug and Chat Noir came into our school, and told us we needed to evacuate because a monster is attacking? Right before our finals?” and what about high schoolers that are like “I hope some monster attacks so I don’t have to do this presentation.”
Imagine tour guides telling tourists like “If you’re lucky, or unlucky, depending on your point of view, you might be able to see Ladybug and Chat Noir in action. If this happens, please stay close with the group. ”
Imagine a genuine excuse for being late at work/school being “Ladybug and Chat Noir were fighting a monster.”
Imagine news networks warning people like “There’s currently a monster attack happening around the Eiffel tower, so people are advised to stay out of that area unless absolutely necessary. We’ll notify you when the fight is over.”
Imagine people cooperating with Ladybug and Chat Noir when they give them instructions (like the lady in the mime episode). They know that Ladybug/Chat Noir are trying to protect them, so they cooperate and stay out of their way. “OMG, Ladybug touched my shoulder when she told me to evacuate.” “Fucking nice.”
Imagine halloween rolling around, and there are always lots of kids who dress up as Ladybug and Chat Noir. Marinette helps Manon make her own Ladybug costume~