I love nintendo, I really do. For many years it replaced friends in my life and to a degree it still does. Also, I look extremely graceful playing the Wii, it’s like a dance. Anyway…the holy grail of Nintendo titles for me has always been the Legend of Zelda. From NES, to gameboy, to SNES, to N64, to Wii and everything in between it’s fucking amazing. The story’s heroine is Zelda, princess of Hyrule. She keeps pretty busy you know, protecting the triforce and helping defeat that jerkoff Ganon. So clearly you’re not dealing with a girl content to wait for some prince to rescue her, she means business.
1. Yo, this is my castle
Dress by John Galliano, shoes and socks by Meadham Kirchoff
2. Chillin’ in Kakariko Village with my homegirl, Impa
Jumpsuit and bag by Diane Von Furstenberg, shoes by Lanvin
3. Ganon, get the butt out of my Kingdom
Dress by Mary Katrantzou, boots by Emilio Pucci
All images from Vogue UK.
with yesterday’s zelda post, i figured today would be a good day for link. link is the hero of the legend of zelda, whether it’s ocarina of time, the wind fish egg, a link to the past, majora’s mask, twilight princess, wind waker or any of the other ones that have sucked my life away. anyway, link has three different tunics that give him different abilities. the first is the green tunic—your standard ensemble for hanging around hyrule market or kokiri forest. the red tunic protects him from fire and the blue tunic allows him to breathe underwater (best used with iron boots). basically, the legend of zelda is awesome and now that i’ve been blogging about it for two days…i may just have to start playing again.
1: hanging in kokiri forest: jacket by richard chai, cardigan by marc by marc jacobs, henley shirt by gilded age, pants by michael bastian, vintage shoes
2: heading to goron city and the fire temple: coat, hoodie and scarf by john varvatos, shirt by burberry prorsum, pants by bottega veneta, vintage boots
3: lounging around lake hylia: jacket by burberry prorsum, shirt by richard chai, jeans by gilded age, vintage boots
All images from Style.com.