Warning! Prepare for everything. Duck and cover if necessary.
Russian graphic designer Ruslan Khasonov first became interested in the interaction between oil and water when he was cooking one day and happened to combine soy sauce and olive oil witnessing their separation. More after the jump:
Ichigo’s in Oscar de la Renta spring 2013, Pudding’s Enrico Coveri fall 2006, and Lettuce is in a sequined Balmain s/s 09. Mint’s wearing Oscar de la Renta winter 2012, and Zakuro has a backless jumpsuit by Maison Martin Margiela.
Sailor Moon’s ULTIMATE final form.
Sailor Moon was my gateway to anime. In middle school I was obsessed, I would get up at 6 am to watch it and usually miss my bus to see the whole episode. We didn’t have a computer and the internet wasn’t commonplace yet (I’m OLD) so I had no real way of getting my hands on new SM episodes or movies.
Every once in a while I’d catch a glimpse of a poster or some merch that had Sailor Moon in a CRAZY new outfit surrounded by Sailor Senshi I’d NEVER seen. This lead me to believe the show had 5 million seasons and that eventually Sailor Moon’s outfit would reach some insane high level form that I could only imagine. So basically, here is that.