Angela Clayton is an eighteen-year-old costume designer from Long Island, New York. She first started sewing three years ago when she got interested in cosplay; now, Clayton attends events less often, and has evolved to focus more on original designs. Her projects can take as long as 250 hours, and Clayton once used 11 meters (12 yards) of fabric for a costume!
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They’re really getting fancy with these router designs
One-Minute Time Machine
Nature and land photography of the year.
Here are the best tattoo designs of the year.
Leonardo Dicaprio and 88th Academy Awards…
We are big fans of spending quality time on food and eating. Eating is one of the most important things you do all day long, so for physical, mental and spiritual health, it is vital to spend time and thought each part of the process from selecting ingredients and recipes, to preparing your food, to enjoying your meals to their fullest. But we also know that sometimes weeknights can be hectic and you want to have some recipes handy that are healthy and delicious but that come together in a hurry when needed. So here you have 25 great vegetarian meals that can be made in 30 minutes or less.
These people took their love of weed a bit too seriously.
Who said getting old is a drag? 93-year-old grandma Emiko beats all the stereotypes by being one of the most vibrant models on Instagram. She models her granddaughter Chinami Mori’s colorful handmade clothes, which Mori makes in a freestyle Japanese weaving technique known as Saori.
While some are born stars, others climb the ladder of stardom one step at a time. TV celebrities come in the second category. After successful stints in the telly world, many aspire to make it to the silver screen. And like every year, 2015 also saw some smashing Bollywood debuts of famous TV stars.
Japanese Women are the Masters of Makeovers.
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According to Excipio, a IT security firm, these are the films we have all been illegally downloading in 2015.