sirensongfashion:

Arizona Muse by Mark Segal for Dazed & Confused March 2011

sirensongfashion:

Makeup by Violette

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cosmogyraal:

if not, winter – fragments of sappho by anne carson

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Amanda Seyfried photographed by Craig McDean for W Magazine (April 2014).

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lelaid:

Jacquelyn Jablonski by Miles Aldridge for Vogue Italia, September 2011  

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stormtrooperfashion:

Magda Laguinge in “Sidewalk Stories” by David Bellemere for ELLE, August 2014

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Eiffel Tower of macarons

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iambluedog:

Rod Sterling ,The Twilight Zone

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lookdifferentmtv:

YES to all of this! The always inspiring Laverne Cox on the VMA red carpet talking about how she’s breaking stereotypes. 

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ohmyfreakinggodric:

September 1st

"Yer ticket fer Hogwarts, first o’ September — King’s Cross — it’s all on yer ticket."

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robedperformer:

16. The Spirit Of The Beehive (Victor Erice, 1973, Spain)

“Someone to whom I recently showed my glass beehive, with its movement like the main gear of a wheel clock – Someone who saw the constant agitation of the honeycomb, the mysterious, maddened commotion of the nurse bees over the nests, the teeming bridges and stairways of wax, the invading spirals of the queen, the endlessly varied and repetitive labors of the swarm, the relentless yet ineffectual toil, the fevered comings and goings, the call to sleep always ignored, undermining the next day’s work, the final repose of death far from a place that tolerates neither sickness nor tombs – Someone who observed these things, after the initial astonishment had passed, quickly looked away, with an expression of indescribable sadness and horror.”

you don’t need me to tell you how beautiful this movie looks. it also stitches together a dense work of political allegory, child psychology/character study, and meta-commentary on cinema. i always thought that the necessity for subtlety in this movie for political reasons is really interesting.

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notordinaryfashion:

Karlie Kloss wearing Alexander McQueen

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