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Salon and Parisian Inspired Fashion [Feb. 3rd, 2009|07:56 pm]
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fatal_a
Not sure if this is an appropriate post for this group...hope you won't mind.  We have a keen interest in turn of the century society and style and create modern fashions inspired by the era. Please come by for a visit.
 
 

Etsy
Buy Handmade
tatteredrouge
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(no subject) [Aug. 4th, 2008|02:23 pm]
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semyaza
I'm not sure if this is the best place for a question on militaria. If not, perhaps someone could tell me where I might ask it. I want to know about the uniform of the man on the left in this photograph. I can't give you any information about the photo. I don't know where it was taken and I can't date it precisely.

Mystery photo.
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(no subject) [Jul. 29th, 2008|09:57 pm]
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la_sherazade
Can anyone think of a period drama set in the Art Nouveau period (ca. 1890-1914)? So far I've come up with My Fair Lady (1964) and Klimt (2006). Am I missing anything?
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At this years Salon con.... [Jul. 28th, 2008|12:44 am]
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jaborwhalky
[Current Mood |amusedamused]

Chrononautsparade

Costume contest for steampunk,mad scientist,dandies Victorian and neo-Victorian.
It will be judged by author G. D. Falksen (http://www.myspace.com/gdfalksen)

Include prizes such as from
*hardback of ESCAPEMENT by Jay Lake (http://us.macmillan.com/escapement)
*Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab(http://www.blackphoenixalchemylab.com/)
*Weird Tales ( http://www.weirdtales.net/),
*The Willows Magazine (http://www.thewillowsmagazine.com/index.htm)
*Death Rock Magazine (http://www.deathrockmagazine.com/)
*Alchemy Gothic (http://www.alchemygothic.com/)
*Lip Service (http://www.lip-service.com/)
* Exotic wears (http://www.exoticindiaart.com)
* Jaborwhalky Productions (http://www.jaborwhalky.com)
* Oldies (http://www.oldies.com)
*midnightsyndicate (http://www.midnightsyndicate.com/)
*manic panic (http://www.manicpanic.com/)
* metropolis records (http://www.metropolis-records.com/)
*Master &Mistress (http://www.mastermistress.com/)
and some more.

Prizes will be given for three categories
* best costume male
* best costume female,
* best costume group.
Come dressed in you best and most imaginative costumes, and prepare to
show off and admire each other's creations.


This will take place some time during the afternoon /evening of
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So...whos up for it?
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Events and things of Note. [Jul. 16th, 2008|03:32 am]
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jaborwhalky
[Current Mood |amusedamused]



in Europe, 20th of July
The event "Zirkus Ravenstein" is hosted by VIONA and will take place in Theater Tinnenpot in the centre of Gent, a theater place in the form of a white circustent.

Time Travel Picnic
in NY , August 2nd, this year every one who comes will get skeleton keys, compasses, books, and more military pins.
Come to the one in NY or plan your own via this link.

Dances of Vice
August 22nd to August 24th
Sunday, August 24th: at REBEL NYC 251 West 30th Street
New York, NY 10001 The Münchausen Time Travellers Ball takes place at Rebel NYC, featuring live music by Voltaire (exclusive full band show), The Deadfly Ensemble, Fern Knight & the Stumblebum Brass Band, as well as a theatrical fashion show of Steampunk, New Romantic, Fantasy, & 18th to early 20th century inspired costumes from Azrael Accomplice Designs, La Metamorphose, Miz Candyman, & To Die For Designs.

Salon Convention
A Neo-Victorian convention on September 13th in NJ, USA, featuring a Steampunk Salon by G. D. Falksen, friday night meetup, Abney Park, To Die for Designs, Chrono'nauts Parade, Burlesque.

Things
The Willows Anniversary issue
The Willows
is celebrating its one year anniversary. As you know The willows is a bi-monthly source for Dark Vintage weird victorian and steampunk fiction and art.
To celebrate their one year mark and to hope for many more the editor Ben has set a sale on year subscriptions, to make them about the cost of two cups of coffee from Starbucks.To those out there with businesses there is also apparently some sale on ad space contact the editor Here for the info . So do give the site a look and take advantage of the generosity of the magazine.

For excerpts on the current steampunk and pulp-noir serial it's running:
The Strange Case of the All-Seeing Ear by G. D. Falksen

The Willows web site for more info
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Random Edwardian Beauties. [Dec. 30th, 2007|06:26 pm]
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rockabillyvixen
Hello all!... Here some pictures of some of my favorite Edwardian gals

Victoria Harned





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Happy New Year. Have a ball. [Dec. 28th, 2007|11:21 am]
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infrogmation
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Update on the Willows,Victorian classic style weird tales. [Nov. 29th, 2007|04:57 am]
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jaborwhalky
[Current Mood |awakeawake]



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"Classic Style Victorian Weird Tales"
This is a magazine for the true modern traditionalists, the disciples of writers long-dead, those who yearn for a time
and culture that passed away decades before their birth.
This is The Willows!

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Features stories from are new issue
By
G. D. Falksen, G. W. Thomas, Lawrence Dagstine, Paul Marlowe, and many others!

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We are on Myspace at
http://www.myspace.com/the_willows_magazine
&
Livejournal at willowsmagazine.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Thank you and good night
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BIG BILL IS WATCHING YOU [Oct. 18th, 2007|09:42 pm]
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infrogmation
[Current Music |On the Raft with Taft]



Yes, the disembodied floating head as a political advertisment was used by US President Taft long before it was co-opted by less pleasant office seekers.

Also, did you know that President Taft's personal chef was apparently the Cream of Wheat guy?



Now you know.
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Attn NYC: Roaring Twenties Dances of Vice Blue Moon Masquerade, October 20th! [Oct. 10th, 2007|10:02 pm]
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rattengift
[Current Music |Ruth Etting - 18 I'll Be Blue Just Thinking Of - Ruth Etting]


October 20th: Michael Arenella and His Dreamland Orchestra in
- The BLUE MOON MASQUERADE - $20
in advance

The exclusive DANCES OF VICE Blue Moon Masquerade Ball will take place in less than 10 days, on October 20th! Prepare for scandal as you don your masks and join us in dancing to hot 1920-30s jazz performed by Michael Arenella and His Dreamland Orchestra starting at 11pm. Live DJs (His Masters Voice; Matthew) will follow with the best early jazz, blues, swing, big band, cabaret, and tango music of the 1920-30s for your dancing pleasure.

Just added to the Blue Moon Masquerade program is the enchanting Autumn Ward, who will be plucking the moon from the night sky in a dreamy and theatrical dance performance.

To celebrate the release of Issue 3 of Steampunk Magazine, a variety of gifts from Steampunk Magazine will be offered as prizes and giveaways throughout the evening, with an additional assortment of trinkets offered for the best masquerade costumes!

An elaborate vintage paper moon photo booth will also be featured at the event, so "get out and get under the moon" with your special sweetheart on October 20th! Your photo will be taken by distinguished burlesque and fine art photographers Don Spiro and Jen Zakrzewzski using vintage polaroid cameras for an authentic vintage look.

As always, requested attire for Dances of Vice events remains: 1920-30s Vintage, Victorian, Edwardian, Avant Garde, Decadent- or formal evening attire. Extravagance is surely encouraged for our exclusive masquerade ball, so plan on wearing something special! Finally, don't forget to bring a mask! It has been firmly established that unmasked attendees will be fair game for a good spanking.

Tickets for the Blue Moon Masquerade are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. This event is expected to sell out, and space is limited, so reserve your tickets now! Visit http://www.dancesofvice.com for ticketing information.

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