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Tyche  (from Greek: Τύχη, meaning "luck"; Roman equivalent: Fortuna) was the singular name of the many Greek Goddesses  that governed the fortune and prosperity of a city, its destiny.  Stylianos Spyridakis, "In the turbulent years of the Epigoni of Alexander, an awareness of the instability of human affairs led people to believe that Tyche, the blind mistress of Fortune, governed mankind with an inconstancy which explained the vicissitudes of the time." Scary chica..

Tyche (from Greek: Τύχη, meaning "luck"; Roman equivalent: Fortuna) was the singular name of the many Greek Goddesses that governed the fortune and prosperity of a city, its destiny. Stylianos Spyridakis, "In the turbulent years of the Epigoni of Alexander, an awareness of the instability of human affairs led people to believe that Tyche, the blind mistress of Fortune, governed mankind with an inconstancy which explained the vicissitudes of the time." Scary chica..

Fantasy squirrelicorn shoes. Maybe "kick your attacker in the nuts" shoes got taken a tad too literally here, and they decided to COLLECT nuts too!

Fantasy squirrelicorn shoes. Maybe "kick your attacker in the nuts" shoes got taken a tad too literally here, and they decided to COLLECT nuts too!

Paper Couture - sculptural paper dress; 3D geometric fashion; alternative materials; experimental fashion design // 'Pratt + Paper & Ralph' Pucci Exhibition

Intricate Paper Frocks

Paper Couture - sculptural paper dress; 3D geometric fashion; alternative materials; experimental fashion design // 'Pratt + Paper & Ralph' Pucci Exhibition

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