So I started this blog and never really kept up with it… I feel bad. 

Would anyone want to help me co-run this blog and get it going again? Just send me an ask or my personal blog.

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zivity:

Raven Le Faye in “Bubblegum Sci-fi" by MuchThump
Space adventures in a Technicolor wonderland. This cute, creative set seems like it’s inspired in equal parts by Barbarella, the Powerpuff Girls, and Lisa Frank. Armed with a laser gun, Raven Le Faye explores a strange planet with two robots by her side.

zivity:

Raven Le Faye in “Bubblegum Sci-fi" by MuchThump

Space adventures in a Technicolor wonderland. This cute, creative set seems like it’s inspired in equal parts by Barbarella, the Powerpuff Girls, and Lisa Frank. Armed with a laser gun, Raven Le Faye explores a strange planet with two robots by her side.

femaleastronauts:

Gabrielle Drake - UFO - 1970

femaleastronauts:

Gabrielle Drake - UFO - 1970

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ianthe:

Guess what I just stumbled upon that’s only $6.29 on Amazon.

MY COLOURING INSSSS!!

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k1tt3h:

I feel like an alien today!

k1tt3h:

I feel like an alien today!

textile-exorcism:

[ITEM #64: Intergalactic Cheerleader Skirt with Black Elastic Band]

(Top is Item #37 for sale; belt not included)

Price: $15

Availability & Size: 1/S, 1M, 1L (US Womens’)

Condition: Brand New (5)

[SPECS]

Colour: Metallic Silver, Black Band

Fit: A-line Pleated

Material: 100% Rayon

Width: 12-17”,12-18”, 13-18”

Length: 14”, 14.5”, 15” 

Model unknown.

Model unknown.

somethingvain:

hussein chalayan s/s 2000, before minus now: 


“I think often we are drawn to things that defy gravity. We think of them as more impossible. Therefore, we find them attractive because the more impossible something seems, at times the more attractive it seems—including parts of the body. The more gravity-defying something is, the more attractive you find it. It’s the same with buildings that feel like they are floating.There is that side, and then there is actually the compositional side … I think, for me, looking at a landscape and the balance you want to see there has to do with how things are set in gravity.” 
- Hussein Chalayan

somethingvain:

hussein chalayan s/s 2000, before minus now: 

“I think often we are drawn to things that defy gravity. We think of them as more impossible. Therefore, we find them attractive because the more impossible something seems, at times the more attractive it seems—including parts of the body. The more gravity-defying something is, the more attractive you find it. It’s the same with buildings that feel like they are floating.There is that side, and then there is actually the compositional side … I think, for me, looking at a landscape and the balance you want to see there has to do with how things are set in gravity.”

- Hussein Chalayan

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