Vogue Italia Oct 1992 - Kate Moss by Arthur Elgort
A vintage witch’s hat made of Impundulu feathers. While the feathers no longer crackle with lightning, when storms are near they will shiver and occasionally spark.
Hats like these became fashionable among English (and Cape Town) witches in the mid-19th century, when the British began to colonize what is now South Africa, taking control of Cape Colony from the Dutch. Wizards who settled in the area took to hunting the notoriously hard to kill Impundulu as a sign of conquest by Britannia over the region. The feathers were then sent to millinimages, or wixen hat-makers, to create fashionable designs such as this.
a bunch of the plein air sketches I was working on during my Utah trip! A week drawing rocks, getting mistaken for a ranger twice- pretty ideal.
im reading deathly hallows again and
Someone else was moving not far away, stooping over another prone figure on the ground. He was feet away from her when he realised it was Ginny.
He stopped in his tracks. She was crouching over a girl who was whispering for her mother.
hello my name is fleur, and this is my apartment
Marauders’ Era Dreamcast.
Carey Mulligan as Alice Longbottom.
some more sketches from last semester, found in the margins of my notebooks- starring Harry and Ginny!
i draw them so often, almost subconsciously at times.