Fire Stone - Dragon’s Breath Opal
Leaf Stone - Moss Agate
Water Stone - Ocean Opal
Moon Stone - Opal
Sun Stone - Fire Opal
Dusk Stone - Fluorite
Dawn Stone - Opal
I kept seeing these around Tumblr and my mind kept going one place.
The purple one reminds me of Endermen.
“In the evening you have to knock ’em dead with glitter,” proclaimed Norman Norell. “Silver and Gold Fashions since 1960,” on view now at the Perelman Building, explores the ways he and other designers used sequins, lamé, and metallic elements to produce luxurious, sensuous, and innovative designs.
“Woman’s ‘Mercury’ Evening Dress,” Fall/Winter 1994-95, designed by Geoffrey Beene
“Woman’s Evening Dress and Belt,” 1967, designed by Norman Norell
“Woman’s Dress,” 1966, designed by Paco Rabanne
“Woman’s Evening Dress,” Fall 1982, designed by Hubert de Givenchy
“Woman’s ‘Mermaid’ Evening Dress,” c. 1960, designed by Norman Norell