Saturday, August 14, 2010

Fashion photo: Cosplay in Hong Kong(2) & A Shaded View on Fashion Film result


Photo: Taken by my brother when he was in Hong Kong.
Again, two girls cosplaying some Japanese anime characters from some Japanese anime, I guess.

The best place to see cosplay is of course in Japan in Harajuku street(they dress like this every Sunday), you will see people dressed in all sorts of breathtaking outfits!



A Shaded View on Fashion Film 2010


And, the results for the competition A Shaded View on Fashion Film 2010 competition is out. I didn't win but THANK YOU TO EVERYONE who voted for me, with your help my video got into the top 25 :D




On a rainbow slide,
BERLIN


13 comments:

  1. love the girls looks, very daring to go out like that!

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  2. Love that turquoise wig!
    Congrats on making the top 25!

    Chic on the Cheap

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  3. congratulations on teh top 25 love! i love thier wigs:)
    xx
    mel

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  4. Love those outfits! And congrats on making that top 25 -knew you would!

    Have a great week

    LOLA:)

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  5. Congrats! You did good. I love your talent. you are bound to win great things in the future...

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  6. So cool in the top 25! Wow, awesome tights she's got on.

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  7. Glad to hear your video made it inot thee top 25!
    Well done on your part. I can imagine wearing that turquoise wig to a Carnival in Rio!
    When are you due in France?;-)

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  8. Hi Berlin,
    I loved the pink fake hair!
    Have a great week!
    xoxo

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  9. i love the cotton candy hair, so fun!

    jadepurplebrown.blogspot.com

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  10. Like the hair.
    Sorry to hear about the competition but at least you tried and you must have gotten something out of it. =)

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  11. their outfits are even better than the ones in the previous post. i love the wigs!

    http://pagesixxx.blogspot.com

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  12. I don't know if anybody has stated this yet, but it's Miku Hatsune and Luka Mengurine from what are known as Vocaloids. No anime, but they are a synthesize group of computers used to preform songs, and videos. These are cosplayers from the song Magnet.

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