Lindsay Fleming Very
nice medieval style dresses. Modeled by a lovely redhead. The site
layout is a bit confusing due to small font. I recommend browsing as
quickly as possible to the "Celtic 2001" area. There's some more
modern stuff too but I like the medieval ones best. The dress titled
Janel one of my favorites. Made to order.
Fairy Fashion - LOTS of nice
princess-seam A line cut dresses. Oodles of lace and beading. Made to order.
Yosa very nice fantasy, medieval,
etc dresses. Not a huge selection, but has nice photos of some of the
styles in a variety of colors and fabrics. Time period goes up to
around 18th century. Made to order.
A Festive Attyre
She's got a very nice collection of early renaissance costume
photos from all kinds of really talented
and (get this) different costumers. She's also a
really talented (and obsessive) costumer herself. The features on her
site are of people who've made accurate or mostly-accurate reproductions.
Gypsy Moon Renaissance
and gothic type clothing. They are wise the the ways of photo editing.
Though they do tend to repeat themselves between their subpages.
Iulstan (Stephen Gold) pointed me at the Heraldry in
Gilling Castle page. It's got a number of actual shields
emblazoned in low bit gif format for fast loading.
Anne Parillaud, a french actress, is the original (and my favorite)
Nikita. The script for the original movie La Femme Nikita was
written specifically for her. The movie was a hit in France in 1991 and made
it's way to the US in 1992. The American movie remake was alright, but
doesn't really have the style, flair, or visual impact.