Feb 19, 2012

~about my outfit for the Gala Nocturna 2012~


Wie hier bereits angekündigt, fand am 11. Februar die Gala Nocturna in Antwerpen statt. Obwohl das erst eine Woche her ist, hat Viona bereits die Gästeportraits in klein auf die Facebookseite gestellt, sodass ich euch mein Outfit und meine Gruppe (ein Teil der Loryva Familie) zeigen kann. Ich selbst habe leider kaum Bidler gemacht und dank meiner Kamera sind die wenigen Bilder fast alle unscharf geworden >_<'

Das Thema der diesjährigen Gala war „A Russian fairytale“, also habe ich versucht mein Outfit ein wenig folkloristisch im Dolly Kei Stil zu gestalten. Ich habe keinen Fellbesatz benutzt, wie ursprünglich geplant war, aber der hätte eh nicht zum Outfit gepasst. Aber ich bin bei der Idee der Snegurotschka (Schneeflöckchen) geblieben und habe mich ganz in weiß gekleidet.
Hier also die Fotos:
Unsere Gruppe minus Athoriel
Luching und Harcole

Gruftkitty und Karumi

Nana und ich

Ich habe auch Bilder von (fast) allen Kleidungsstücken gemacht, die ich getragen habe: 

1 gestrickter Schal, von meiner Mutter gestrickt, 2 Bloomers von Bodyline,3 + 5 Vintage Röcke, 4 selbstgenähter Rock, 6 Trachtenartige Bluse von H&M, 7 selbstgemachte Brosche, 8 Rocking Horse Schuhe von Montreal, 9 Spitzenstrumpfhose von Primark, 10 Handschuhe (ein Geschenk von Harcole), 11 Kokoshnik, selbstgemacht aus einem Halsreif von Primark, 12 Armreifen in Camden gekauft, 13 selbstgemachte Schuhclips, 14 selbstgemachter Miedergürtel, 15 Söckchen von Primark

Ich hoffe, es gefällt! Sobald die großen Bilder rauskommen, werde ich sie noch nachreichen.Vorher könnt ihr noch hier im Clockworker einen ausführlicheren Bericht zur Gala selbst von mir lesen.

Eure AyraLeona

PS: Danke für 100 Leser!

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As I announced here the Gala Nocturna 2012 took place at the 11th of February. Although it's only a week ago Viona already released the small versions of the guest's portraits on facebook, so I can show you my outfit and my group (part of the Loryva Family).
Unfortunately I didn't took that much pictures and due to my camera which is not the best, the few that I took are mostly blurry >_<'

The theme was „A Russian Fairytale“, so I tried to go for a folkloristic Dolly Kei look. I did not use fur trims as I wanted to do in my first plannings but I think they wouldn't have fitted the outfit anyway. But I sticked to the idea of Snegurotschka (~snowflake) and dressed up all in white.
And know on to the photos:
Our group
Luching and Harcole

Gruftkitty and Karumi

Nana and myself
I also made a picture of (nearly) all the clothing I wore^^

1 knitted shawl made by my mum, 2 bloomers by Bodyline, 3 + 5 vintage skirts, 4 self-made skirt, 6 self-made brooch, 7 folkloristic-like blouse by H&M, 8 Rocking Horse shoes by Montreal, 9 lace tights by Primark, 10 gloves present by Harcole, 11 Kokoshnik self modified by me (originally they where a choker by Primark^^) 12 bracelets bought at Camden markets, 13 shoe clips self-made by me, 14 belt self-made by me, 15 ankle socks by Primark

I hope you like it! As soon as the bigger sized images are released I'll show them to you, too! Meanwhile you can visit the Clockworker and read my article about the Gala Nocturna there. It's german only but you can see the pictures and/or use google translate ;) 

Yours
AyraLeona

PS: Thank you for 100 readers!

3 comments:

  1. Really nice pictures! I feel like I know some of this folklore! I'm not Russian but I did own this cartoon video of different Russian tales all tied together in one called "The Magic Pony". So I recognize some of these. Great job :)

    ~ Kieli ~

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  2. NICE pictures, i wish to go one day in an event like that!!!!!!!!! T_T

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  3. What an interesting blog, introduced by a thought-provoking photo. The unusual wall painting of the dwellings is also a strangely modern interpretation. Something like this hieroglyphic view of a park by Swiss painter Paul Klee, http://EN.WahooArt.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8LT475.
    The image can be seen at wahooart.com who can supply you with a canvas print of it.

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