Astrid Bergès-Frisbey photographed by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Italia, March 2012
• what happens to ingenues when they get too old to be ingenues anymore? • a question i'm still trying to figure out • the gothic heroine
remember that time christine asked to borrow a handkerchief and erik was like i don’t have a nose
remember when raoul got on one knee in front of a room full on people and kissed christine’s hand and she was like lol who are you
remember that time that erik showed christine his torture chamber of trees and asked christine “what else is in a tree?” and christine replied “…birds?”
Many witches and wizards who possess easily-cheered hearts, friendly demeanors, powerful wands, and little-to-no-common sense share among themselves a fond hope. It is the hope that, when the Muggles are walking out and about in their tar road towns and cement pavement cities, in those spaces that, unknowing, they share with magical folk, they might stop and wonder at a silvery, solitary flower growing up through the street; a weathered pattern on bricks that appears to form the image of a castle; bright bits of glass (or crystal? or diamond) on the lamppost, which seem to twinkle like stars; or a hidden message at the intersection.
These things are the relics of a witch or wizard in a good mood.
• this blog is SO AWESOME • the kind of witch i'd like to be • harry potter
- Christine Daaé, to Raoul de Chagny
Gaston Leroux, The Phantom of the Opera (via incorrectphantomquotes)
- Gaston Leroux’s The Phantom of the Opera (via incorrectphantomquotes)
• about me • the aboutest me • ahahahahahaaahahahahaaaa • christine daae • is the heroine of my heart • gaston leroux • sort of • le fantome de l'opera
• my blog title • christine daae • is the heroine of my heart • Phantom of the Opera
i think the wishing gown is definitely my fave
• this is adorable • christine daae • is the heroine of my heart • phantom of the opera