Category Archives: fashion

Puzzling Out the Procession of the Martyrs

The Procession of the Virgin Martyrs is an incredible piece of art from 6th century Ravenna (see also the mosaic of Theodora with Attendants, also located in Ravenna and completed during the reign of Justinian and Theodora).  Created with thousands … Continue reading

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Project Disco Ball; or how to really bling an outfit

Remember this outfit?  It’s what I wore when I stepped down from being Principal Herald and I love it still. Except it’s not blingy enough for my liking. So, enter Project Disco Ball. Bezants are little metal bits that are … Continue reading

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Teaser!

Yeah, I’ve had a lot of secret projects on my plate (which means there will be post about them as things happen).  This, however, is a not-so-secret one, of which there will be an upcoming tutorial on.  I’m also procraftinating. … Continue reading

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Byzantine Influence in the Modern World

Where I talk about Byzantine influence on the modern fashion world. Continue reading

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