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There is a Temple of Freya on the island of Hindarsfjall. A great statue depicts the goddess as a heavily pregnant woman in long robes.
According to legend, Freya travels the area disguised as a cat.
The goddess Freya is only mentioned in this module, there is no mention of Freya in the main game.
On the islands of Skellige, you’ll find priestesses still worshipping the old goddess Freya.
It’s surprising because (a) I only know of 1 queer model couple in fashion history – Freja and Catherine Mc Neil who dated in 2008 – and (b) who knew Arizona was queer? Dolce & Gabbana For Dolce & Gabbana’s F/W 11 runway presentation, they sent a series of dresses down the runway in what looked like a sartorial version of a 4th of July Parade.
(I had assumed she was straight after hearing she had a baby just a couple of years ago. But why are so many foreign designers using this motif in their collections? The dresses varied from sexy, form-fitting cocktail dresses, to flowy, formal gowns.
I never intended for this space to feed into the fashion rumor mill (this is a classy blog, damn it! Whatever the reason, American flag-inspired motifs are having a moment. This look from Japanese designer Miharayasuhiro’s S/S 11 collection offers a darker interpretation of American patriotism.And though she most probably could bribe a few prominents, the priestesses of Freya would not accept her.Reportedly Deidre caused a huge wolf to suddenly emerge from behind a house and before it could be stopped, the beast shredded Isildura's throat.), but if gossip about same-sex models dating emerges, you can bet it’ll show up here sooner or later. The grey, washed out image of the American flag looks as if the flag were up in smoke or inside a war zone.On that note, Elle reports buzz from the Paris Couture shows about a courtship between my favorite lesbian model Freja Beha Erichsen and the face of Prada’s baroque-gone-bananas S/S 11 collection, Arizona Muse. I like the overall mood of the look as well as the sense of movement in the blazer.