- Eternal Feather. I am not sure if
the pun's intended. A Chinese firm selling feather boas, masks and fans. The
site looks awful by any but mainland-Chinese standards, and it took me some
time to realise "Products" was a link, but if anybody wants to
adorn their girlfriend (or any friend at all) with a nice boa and a feather
mask, I am not going to stand in the way. There have been some complaints
about the quality of the goods. New April 18 1999. And talking about fans:
Fan's Gallery and Feather
Fan's Forum. Update posted May 29 (April
Fashion Group. Normally I don't include Email
groups, but if you're into feathers, this one is good. New entry May 29
(February 10) 2001.
- The Feather Site. An comprehensive
page about all things feather, from boas to fly fishing. Not just pictures,
but lots of info and textual content. New June 22 2000.
Slipper Page. It's clear where the focus is here: black
slippers pictures, white slippers pictures , red slippers pictures ... but
marabou lovers will find some stuff of their liking too, and there is a
Forum and a Link Page. A picture oriented page. New October 4 1998, updated
January 1, 1999.
- Glamnet. Sells boas and
marabou trimmed gloves. New April 17 1999.
Supersonic is a feathered hat designer. She believes
dress distracts from hats, so her models are almost nude, most of them
covered by bodypaint - animals, tribal, abstract. New October 16 1998. (Back
- Lido Paris. Only one or two
pictures above stamp-size, and then only just. The show must be nice though,
let's hope it gets video-ed sometime for the unfortunates for whom Paris is
just a little bit too far away. They have an online boutique, but it only
sells stuff with a logo on it ... BORING! New October 18 1998, update posted
May 29 2001 (August 23 1999).
- Midori. A series of
bodypaint pictures actually, but there is some feathers in it too. Warning:
a d u l t content, very. New October 18, 1998.
- Monterey History and
Art Association. A boa from 1900 and I like it. New May 7
- Moulin Rouge, Paris. The real
Moulin Rouge; apparently they forgot to get their name protected, so there
are some poor excuses for the real thing elsewhere. But like the Lido, and
unlike those of the copycats, you really need a magnifying glass, the
pictures are very, very small. People, this is SHOW business, not entomology
- whatever you do, do it in a BIG way. Judging by my magnifying glass, the
show might be worthwhile at least. Unlike the Lido's, the Moulin Rouge
boutique has some interesting goodies (video cassettes, booklets, slides),
but it's not really online yet.
New October 18, 1998, update posted May 29 (4) 2001.
- New York Angels. A photo series
about young New York models. New October 18 1998. Back online.
- Ostriches Online. One that I knew of
for a long time, but through Mikhail's Fur and Feather Finder I discovered
they show pictures of feathered
girls too ... at last! Apart from that, this site
is a useful if a bit slow linked resource for anything concerning the
ostrich trade and industry. New May 7 1999.
- Ostrich Page. Italian Ostrich
directory. An ostrich abattoir, just what I was always looking for. But also
a forum, recipes ... New May 29 1999.
- Victoria's Secret. Andrew Richard's
pictures of the '98 New York Victoria's Secret show, like Ivy Supersonic
hosted on Canvas 42 (`New York Models'). Gorgeous images of N a o m i C a m p b
e l l and Karen M u l d e r (click on their names to see my
favourites) in feathers. There is also a great backstage section, and there are some
feather pictures in the '97 edition. New October 16
1998. Updated (added link '97 edition) May 4 1999.
- Wearable artist. A designer who
uses a lot of feather. Click around. New May 29 1999.
- NTC: Women wearing
feathers. I know, NTC is mentioned elsewhere on this
site, but it has a feather forum too (which is quite hectic, for feather
lover standards) and a free upload area. (If you have any feather pictures
to show to the world, mail them to Frank and state their direction clearly,
as there is no separate upload directory for feather pictures and Frank is
one busy man). New April 17 1999.
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