lelaid:

Kylie Minogue by Ellen Von Unwerth for GQ Germany, April 2014

lelaid:

Kylie Minogue by Ellen Von Unwerth for GQ Germany, April 2014


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lelaid:

Sui He in Portrait of a Lady for Vogue China, December 2013
Shot by Mario Tesitno
Styled by Anastasia Barbieri

lelaid:

Sui He in Portrait of a Lady for Vogue China, December 2013

Shot by Mario Tesitno

Styled by Anastasia Barbieri


nightmaresandsexyghouls:

.•°*”˜˜”*°•.★✶*\m/ (◣_◢) \m/*✶★•°*”˜˜”*°•

nightmaresandsexyghouls:

.•°*”˜˜”*°•.★✶*\m/ (◣_◢) \m/*✶★•°*”˜˜”*°•

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thatbohemiangirl:

My Bohemian History  
Vivien Leigh in Caesar and Cleopatra, 1945

thatbohemiangirl:

My Bohemian History 

Vivien Leigh in Caesar and Cleopatra, 1945

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exilednightmare:

Source: diru.ru

exilednightmare:

Source: diru.ru

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y2kbae:

✨💖💎y2kbae 4 Eva💎💖✨

y2kbae:

✨💖💎y2kbae 4 Eva💎💖✨


Shichi-Go-San (七五三) or “Seven- Five Three” is a traditional rite of passage and festival day in Japan for girls (ages 3 & 7) and boys (ages 3 & 5), held annually on November 15 to celebrate the growth and well-being of young children. 

The ages 3, 5 and 7 are consistent with East Asian numerology, which claims that odd numbers are lucky.
Particularly, at the age of seven, a young girl celebrates wearing her first obi, while at the age of five, a young boy celebrates wearing his first hakama pants in public. The age of three marks the first time whereby both boys and girls are allowed to let their hair grow.

(via fuckyeahjapanandkorea)


beesmygod:

notcuddles:

matuska:

croozluh:

beesmygod:

image

Gareth Pugh

fuck this guys designs are so… just dude

very

awesome

OMFG THE BEST

im glad this post still gets around bc gareth pugh is powerful as hell

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