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Vili Flik is Norse and means Desire Rag. The girls behind Vili Flik are Mari Elise Baustad, Elin Fjøsne and Hanna Marie Volle – three fabulous girls in their twenties who love literature and fashion. And that is just what this blog is about, with the occasional chocolate, hot male and good advice from our very own oracle; the Ancient Ninja, thrown in for your and our pleasure.

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7 responses

  1. Fa-fá

    Gratulerer med moro blogg! =D

    Sees tirsdag for en kaffe på cafe-sito 😉

    October 7, 2010 at 9:15 am

  2. Fuin

    kult! Enda noe som drar meg vekk fra oppgaveskriving..ikke at det egentlig er positivt, men det er et uttykk for min selvkontroll og har ingenting med hvor interessant denne siden er. 🙂 *følger med*

    October 7, 2010 at 10:41 am

  3. Sabine

    I just came across your blog. Your posts and pictures and fashion items are really interesting! You would certainly like a German fashion label called “Blutsgeschwister”. Here is a link to their homepage/ online shop:

    February 8, 2011 at 10:01 pm

  4. Thanks, Sabine!

    We’ve been checking out Blutsgeschwister, and so far we like what we see 🙂

    February 9, 2011 at 8:53 am

  5. Michael Smythe

    Your site is excellent and I am hoping you can help me out.

    Are you able to send me a hi-res scan of the drawing of the 1885 corset?

    I am seeking a good illustration of a whalebone corset for a book on New Zealand product design. This image will illustrate one use of whalebone from the South Seas whaling that began in the early nineteenth century.

    If you cannot supply an image at a higher resolution than the one on screen can you suggest who I might approach?

    My request is urgent I’m afraid – this is a last-minute addition.
    Best wishes

    April 16, 2011 at 6:06 am

    • Hello Michael!
      I found the picture of the corset online through a google search, so I am afraid I cannot help you with a higher resolution version. Neither do I have any suggestions on where to find one, other than consulting your local library to see if they have any books on 19th century fashion or keep searching the internet. I’m sorry I could not be of more help. Good look with your book and I hope you find a good illustration.
      Elin 🙂

      Second thought: This picture might work?
      I found it on Wikipedia and it said that the copyright had expired, so it’s up for grabs:)

      April 16, 2011 at 3:33 pm

  6. Sonya Tayeh

    Hey there this is Sonya Tayeh! I know this seems random but im sending you a note to please take down that picture of me with the red dress and rose. Its just so old and others are using it for press! I will send a new picture if you could please take that oldie down! Thank you and thanks so much for the support! Means alot! Sonya Tayeh

    November 1, 2012 at 11:56 pm

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