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Les Createurs de La Mode 1910 - 1 - Callot Sisters Salon (by CharmaineZoe)

Callot Soeurs was a fashion design house opened in 1895 at 24, rue Taitbout in Paris, France. It was operated by the four Callot sisters: Marie Callot Gerber, Marthe Callot Bertrand, Regina Callot Tennyson-Chantrell and Joséphine Callot Crimont. The eldest sister, Marie, was trained in dressmaking and they were all taught by their mother, a lacemaker. The sisters began working with antique laces and ribbons to enhance blouses and lingerie. Their success led to an expansion into other clothing and in 1914 they moved to larger premises on the Avenue Matignon. Marie, the elder sister was in charge of design, having earlier worked for Raudnitz and Co., prominent Parisian dressmakers.

Les Createurs de La Mode 1910 - 1 - Callot Sisters Salon (by CharmaineZoe)

Callot Soeurs was a fashion design house opened in 1895 at 24, rue Taitbout in Paris, France. It was operated by the four Callot sisters: Marie Callot Gerber, Marthe Callot Bertrand, Regina Callot Tennyson-Chantrell and Joséphine Callot Crimont. The eldest sister, Marie, was trained in dressmaking and they were all taught by their mother, a lacemaker. The sisters began working with antique laces and ribbons to enhance blouses and lingerie. Their success led to an expansion into other clothing and in 1914 they moved to larger premises on the Avenue Matignon. Marie, the elder sister was in charge of design, having earlier worked for Raudnitz and Co., prominent Parisian dressmakers.

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psych0-olll3city:

Really long, but bear with me here:
Imagine a young Yamaguchi being so excited about finding out about Tsukki’s favourite food and turning up the next day at school with a slice of strawberry shortcake he bought with his own pocket money, taking so much care to hold it properly in the flimsey cardboard box it comes in.
He’s really excited watching Tsukki take a bite of the cake, only for it to be replaced by crushing dismay upon seeing Tsukki’s face immediately scrunch up in distaste because the cake’s the cheap kind, with fake whipped cream and overwhelmingly sweet strawberry syrup.
They unenthusiastically finish the cake between them and Yamaguchi’s remains really upset until the next day, where Tsukki brings him home and feeds him real strawberry shortcake he got his brother to buy home yesterday, teaching him to sample cake like a professional critic aww yeaaa.
And then Akiteru comes home to find Tsukki sharing his cakes with Yamaguchi and he’s positively stunned and whines about how “Kei never shares his cake with me ; A ; !!” and Tsukki just grumbles at him to shut up.
Roflmao ok I’m done over and out -rolls away-

psych0-olll3city:

Really long, but bear with me here:

Imagine a young Yamaguchi being so excited about finding out about Tsukki’s favourite food and turning up the next day at school with a slice of strawberry shortcake he bought with his own pocket money, taking so much care to hold it properly in the flimsey cardboard box it comes in.

He’s really excited watching Tsukki take a bite of the cake, only for it to be replaced by crushing dismay upon seeing Tsukki’s face immediately scrunch up in distaste because the cake’s the cheap kind, with fake whipped cream and overwhelmingly sweet strawberry syrup.

They unenthusiastically finish the cake between them and Yamaguchi’s remains really upset until the next day, where Tsukki brings him home and feeds him real strawberry shortcake he got his brother to buy home yesterday, teaching him to sample cake like a professional critic aww yeaaa.

And then Akiteru comes home to find Tsukki sharing his cakes with Yamaguchi and he’s positively stunned and whines about how “Kei never shares his cake with me ; A ; !!” and Tsukki just grumbles at him to shut up.

Roflmao ok I’m done over and out -rolls away-