There was plenty of steampunk everything on display! I wish I had gotten a better shot of this adorable trio! The Captain America USO girls were fab, as always. It's the 1920s version of Wonder Woman! Love it! The Art Nouveau version of Wonder Woman was sublime. Look at that gorgeous parasol! There's no escape from Disney's Queen Elsa -- here she is in flapper style. A little Atlanta Falcons and Tudor crossover fun This guy had so much beautiful detail on all of his accessories! Here it is from the back, sparkly and inspiring. This huge group was one part of an independent film project. This is the other half of their group. Two kimono-clad ladies demonstrated their skill at walking on geta. These costumes incorporated actual animal pieces into the design. I didn't get a chance to chat with them about which details were organic. Queen Nefertari, the favorite wife of Ramesses the Great A gorgeous, beautifully made Tudor gown OK, true confession: This "Nightmare Before Christmas" gown was one half of my favorite entry! This handsome Jack Skellington just delighted me to no end. Queen Elizabeth I has entered the building! Everyone behave! A creative variation on Rococo style The soliders from "300" were very popular. Here they are without their shields up. We could totally make this standard daywear, right? Poison Ivy in a period gown It's fairy godmother! (Get in line; I have a long list of requests.) A historical family affair A pretty Regency gown (made by one of my dear friends) These two were darling, and they looked fantastic! Another handsome gent sharing his love of history! A pretty pink polonaise gown! I always think I'm a gown fiend, but then I see historical menswear and remember I love that, too. A little taste of Civil War era fashion. Lovely fabrics on this one. Really nice accessory touches on these. This coat is just lovely. Another fun twist on historical costuming. I just drool over a good stripe. Time-traveling Frankestein's monster and his lovely bride. (One of my very favorites!) Steampunk hits the desert. Victorian Maleficent, because why not? After the fashion show was over, the models came out so we could get additional glimpses at their gorgeous costumes. Yep, still my fave. I love all the ties incorporated into the sleeves here. Look at this adorable Rococo version of a flying monkey from "Wizard of Oz"! It's so nice to get to see all the little details of the costumes this way. Hello to my lovely friend! This couple had their pose game DOWN. All smiles! Thanks to all the fantastic costumers who shared their incredible work with Dragon Con 2015!