A moon obi on a purple Kimono with starlight. Maybe it isn’t supposed to be starlight, but it gives the impression of one of those time-lapse photos of the night sky to me.
Very romantic and a little dreamy. I think this would be a gorgeous outfit to wear in September in prelude for the Moon festival.
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UM NOW I’M TORN. Kitties or Moon I don’t know. I just dont’ but I think the Moon think it would be pretty cool combo with the crow yukata.
The terracotta warriors inspire awe, wonder, joy, intrigue, and…facial hair envy.
And I wish my hair was as nice as theirs and I could put it up in a bun that stayed put.
That sad moment when an army of stone men have nicer hair then you do.
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Nixon’s 1972 visit to China
When the U.S decided they could kind of hangout (Pfft… After Canada did it first and got cool with them in ‘68). Fist bumping almost ensued.
Though I know Mao didn’t die until 1976 he is not quite the picture of health in that Life cover is he? Perhaps it was an intentional choice it is after all an American publication. But still it’s no this:
I mean: Understood he not as young as he was here. It’s just interesting little quirk because obviously a Chinese publication would have been all like Beyonce’s publicist. By contrast, while there could have been an agenda to show Mao as old and enfeebled it really just captured the man not the legend.
19th Century Chinese Kingfisher Feather & Coral Earrings, 14K Wires,
These were likely adapted into earrings from a hair ornament.
#WANT. I so desperately want a wearable piece of kingfisher inlay. Yet another moment I wish there was Kingfisherinlaymint.