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Here.

That's a link to one of the most incredible non-historical costumes I have ever seen In. My. Life.

[livejournal.com profile] woffproff, take a look, it's from Dr. Who.

This is hardly faint praise from me. I am generally uninmpressed with non-historical costumes because they usually leave me scratching my head and wondering why someone would bother. This is probably because damn near all of them fail in some fundamental way.

On the other hand, this? Artistry, real creativity and ingenuity, and the drive and determination to bring it off. And then she shows us how she did it. This is not a dress diary with someone showing off how well they sew a regular seam, bucking for extra credit - here I felt like I was truly admitted into her creative process, and I really learned from it.

I don't know this young lady, but I wish I did. Brava. miss, BRAVA.
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