What was your first costume and why?
Because friendship make people blind. I would never do a character with green wavy hair now.
What is your favorite costume and why?
Vivid ( Venus and Braves)
Because Ariah was a goddam divinity.
Have you won any awards for your costumes?
I can't tell how many, but I can tell this is the less important thing in cosplay and what I never think about.
Tell us a little about yourself
I am specialized into french XVIII° century litterature.
My hobby is all about reading and making costume. I used to ride horses many years ago, but now I'd like to make fence or theater.
I'd like to study psychology and Art's history a day.
Is there anything else you'd like to add?
I enjoy sewing and elaborate costume; it is a real pleasure to me to take time on making a costume, to think about jewelry to complete it; I also like to make my costume as I want to, following my inspiration and giving all my attention to the details: embodering instead of painting, etc.
I do NOT pay attention about rumors; I don't feel like being from any "elite" as sadly I have already hear. I just like to make my costumes and I am always pleased to do it with my friends.
Be nice or leave !
My favorite anime
Versailles no Bara, Dear Brother, Glass Mask
My favorite book(s)
XVIII° century novels, Dangerous Liaisons, Clarisse Harlove, Lost Illusions and all the Balzac's Books, Madame Bovary, The Miserables, The three musketeers all the following books, Chateaubriand, Rousseau, Jean Cocteau, Molière, George Sand, Proust etc. and Harry Potter of course.
My favorite character(s)
Milady from The Three Musketeers, Clarisse Harlove, Jean Valjean and Madame de Merteuil ( dangerous liaisons).
I think I like dangerous and glamourous women or at least the one with a strong personnality. And Jean Valjean because he is the symbol of the man who payed for his fault and who became a martyr.
My favorite movies(s)
The Libertine, dangerous liaisons, Jean Gabin's movies, and Jean Marais's too.
My favorite actors/actresses
Johnny Depp, Glenn Close, Jean Marais, Alice Sapritch