Christian Dior, 1950s
It is the same day, but at the feast the king held for me, people came up and gave me buttons. It didn’t seem as an act of cruelty but rather them being sad on my behalf. They all came up to me and said something like, ” I am truly sorry my Queen.”
Either way, those were the prettiest buttons. I even found my sigil. It’s a brown leatherbutton (also my icon) which I was given by my maid. She’s so kind, I really do like her.
Queen Button now with her own sigil.
A ‘juban’ (under-kimono) made of kinsha (very fine crepe) silk. This garment features an unusual shishi-mai-head ( head of shishi dance equipment) motif. Late Meiji (1880-1911), Japan. The Kimono Gallery
Lace-like beaded necklace
Zulu, Southern Africa
So here are a couple of the like 5 pictures I have for my dress that I slaved over. Enjoy me pretending I’m tall.
The geiko (geisha) Kofuku \/ \u82b8\u5993 \u5c0f\u3075\u304f\u3055\u3093 \/ Kyoto, Japan by momoyama
Lily McMenamy by Juergen Teller for System #2