This is how we used to celebrate Halloween

Halloween originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, people would light bonfires and wear costumes or mask to "scare" off the roaming ghosts. Now Halloween has evolved and are being celebrated in various ways around the world. For the most part, dressing up and being "scary" it is still the core of the holiday. After having a dog for about a year now, I realize I have more interest in getting clothing and costume for him more than myself. I pre-ordered his Halloween costume about two months ago. And myself? I'm sure I will figure something out. As one of the most talked about character since the date of the trailer release, you would probably end up seeing numerous versions of Harley Quinn from "Suicide Squad" everywhere. It is now only a couple more days until Halloween, I'm sure most of you have already figured out the perfect outfit. If you don't, here are some inspirations from how Halloween were used to being celebrated back in the day. Just a quick warning, you may find some of the photos disturbing.   

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"Past Forward" by David O. Russell in collaboration with Miuccia Prada

On September 22nd, 2016 at Fondazione Prada, Milan, a private screening of the short movie Past Forward, a collaboration between American film director David O. Russell and Miuccia Prada, was held. In honor of David O. Russell, a private dinner hosted by Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli followed the screening. Selected portion of the film is debut on multi-screen installation during Prada's Spring Summer 2017 in Milan. The full film will be premier in Los Angeles in November and also will be available on Prada.com 



PlayStation VR x ANREALAGE

Tokyo Game Show 2016, one of the top game show of the world is currently taking place at the Makuhari Messe. Between September 17th and 18th it will be open to the general public. This year, ANREALAGE collaborated with PlayStation VR to design the uniform of 160 attendant staff at the PlayStation booth. The uniform was designed to visualize the concept of PlayStation VR, "realistic" and "virtual". Using a retro-reflective material and the principle reflection of the light, under naked eye the white and blue symbolizes the PlayStation image. Under camera flash, it's iconic "△ ○ × □" mechanism that icon emerges along with the light of the PlayStation. Check the below video for details.