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couturecourier:

These Doc Martens are pretty rad! Love it! (by M I R R E N K E S S L I N G)

couturecourier:

These Doc Martens are pretty rad! Love it! (by M I R R E N K E S S L I N G)

theuntitledpiece:

I don’t just want this. I want to MAKE this!
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OHDEARLORD
I need this

theuntitledpiece:

I don’t just want this. I want to MAKE this!

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OHDEARLORD

I need this

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etherforth:

Ugh, jesus. My head will never be that shapely.
spinningbirdkick:

Steven Klein / Vogue US August 2011.


I want everything in this photo

etherforth:

Ugh, jesus. My head will never be that shapely.

spinningbirdkick:

Steven Klein / Vogue US August 2011.

I want everything in this photo

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unconsumption:


Portland-based eyewear label Shwood and skateboard company HUF recently joined forces for a new experiment - to make a pair of sunglasses from broken skateboard decks. Crafted entirely in Shwood’s very own workshop, this one-off pair (no, unfortunately they’re not for sale…) was made purely out of curiosity - to test their limits and to see what is possible.

My reaction is: Okay, you know these are possible, please make some more! We’ve mentioned uses for broken decks before (examples here and here and here, and probably more I can’t find right now), but these really stand out…
More: HUH. Magazine - Shwood & HUF Skateboard Sunglasses

I really love these

unconsumption:

Portland-based eyewear label Shwood and skateboard company HUF recently joined forces for a new experiment - to make a pair of sunglasses from broken skateboard decks. Crafted entirely in Shwood’s very own workshop, this one-off pair (no, unfortunately they’re not for sale…) was made purely out of curiosity - to test their limits and to see what is possible.

My reaction is: Okay, you know these are possible, please make some more! We’ve mentioned uses for broken decks before (examples here and here and here, and probably more I can’t find right now), but these really stand out…

More: HUH. Magazine - Shwood & HUF Skateboard Sunglasses

I really love these

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s

fromme-toyou:

On an early morning in Manhattan, Tiffany & Co. hosted a stylish breakfast to preview the new fall leather collection with the designers Richard Lambertson and John Truex-

This was my Breakfast at Tiffany’s…

(Source: annstreetstudio)

theclotheshorse:

Cuillère à absinthe
thatkindofwoman:

A post coming soon about what I crave for fall, and what you should definitely have. Here is a quick polyvore collage. Enjoy!

thatkindofwoman:

A post coming soon about what I crave for fall, and what you should definitely have. Here is a quick polyvore collage. Enjoy!

theclotheshorse:

go away beautiful new seychelles. I don’t want you and I don’t need you. especially you chunky blue ones…

theclotheshorse:

go away beautiful new seychelles. I don’t want you and I don’t need you. especially you chunky blue ones…

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wishididntknowthat:

Kate Winslet, Rachel Weisz Form “Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League” (WIDK)
(US Magazine) - Natural woman! Embracing her curves is nothing new to Kate Winslet, but now the actress is taking an active stand against the pressure in Hollywood for women to undergo cosmetic surgery.
The 35-year-old actress told London’s The Telegraph that she and fellow British Oscar-winners Emma Thompson and Rachel Weisz have formed what she describes as the “British Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League.”
“I will never give in,” she said. “It goes against my morals, the way that my parents brought me up and what I consider to be natural beauty.”
While the women’s resolve not to go under the knife is real, their league might be more of a way to speak out against ageism than an active organization.
“I am an actress, I don’t want to freeze the expression of my face,” Winslet said.
Thompson, 52, agreed. “I’m not fiddling about with myself,” she exclaimed. “We’re in this awful youth-driven thing now where everybody needs to look 30 at 60.”
Newly-married Weisz, 41, said that people “who look too perfect don’t look sexy or particularly beautiful.”
Original Article

wishididntknowthat:

Kate Winslet, Rachel Weisz Form “Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League” (WIDK)

(US Magazine) - Natural woman! Embracing her curves is nothing new to Kate Winslet, but now the actress is taking an active stand against the pressure in Hollywood for women to undergo cosmetic surgery.

The 35-year-old actress told London’s The Telegraph that she and fellow British Oscar-winners Emma Thompson and Rachel Weisz have formed what she describes as the “British Anti-Cosmetic Surgery League.”

“I will never give in,” she said. “It goes against my morals, the way that my parents brought me up and what I consider to be natural beauty.”

While the women’s resolve not to go under the knife is real, their league might be more of a way to speak out against ageism than an active organization.

“I am an actress, I don’t want to freeze the expression of my face,” Winslet said.

Thompson, 52, agreed. “I’m not fiddling about with myself,” she exclaimed. “We’re in this awful youth-driven thing now where everybody needs to look 30 at 60.”

Newly-married Weisz, 41, said that people “who look too perfect don’t look sexy or particularly beautiful.”

fromme-toyou:

We are hiring a New York Fashion Week Intern!
This is a 1 week paid internship with lunches provided and a few perks too. 
Please read through all the qualifications before you apply!
1. Must live in New York City
2. Available full time from September 7th - 16th (including Sat & Sun)
3. Must, Must, Must know how to use Photoshop raw editing, writing and running Photoshop actions, basic retouching, organizing content in Bridge, Tumblr’s blogging platform, all around geeky stuff like that.
4. Must be very organized
5. Familiar with scanning 
6. Know your way around New York
7. Mac user
8. Have friendly email etiquette 
About this internship: During NYFW we are covering everything from runway shows to street style to industry events and I need someone to join our team to help get the content from the cameras into the computer, edited then organized for publishing or delivering to clients. With a very special thanks to Tumblr- we will be working from a suite at the Hudson Hotel just a few blocks from the MBFW tents. Aside from downloading content, making selects, retouching / color correcting and running batches you will also be monitoring our studio emails, coming with me to certain events to help with equipment, and then your usual intern stuff like picking up food, mailing boxes, etc.
We hope to find someone who wants to be a part of our team and can look back on the photo stories and Cinemagraphs™ from Fashion Week and feel proud that they helped make that happen. 
*what this internship is not: This is not an advanced lesson in photography or Cinemagraphs™. This is not an all access ticket to NYFW. 
How to apply: Send an email to frommetoyouintern@gmail.com

tears forever
if only I lived in New York

fromme-toyou:

We are hiring a New York Fashion Week Intern!

This is a 1 week paid internship with lunches provided and a few perks too. 

Please read through all the qualifications before you apply!

1. Must live in New York City

2. Available full time from September 7th - 16th (including Sat & Sun)

3. Must, Must, Must know how to use Photoshop raw editing, writing and running Photoshop actions, basic retouching, organizing content in Bridge, Tumblr’s blogging platform, all around geeky stuff like that.

4. Must be very organized

5. Familiar with scanning 

6. Know your way around New York

7. Mac user

8. Have friendly email etiquette 

About this internship: During NYFW we are covering everything from runway shows to street style to industry events and I need someone to join our team to help get the content from the cameras into the computer, edited then organized for publishing or delivering to clients. With a very special thanks to Tumblr- we will be working from a suite at the Hudson Hotel just a few blocks from the MBFW tents. Aside from downloading content, making selects, retouching / color correcting and running batches you will also be monitoring our studio emails, coming with me to certain events to help with equipment, and then your usual intern stuff like picking up food, mailing boxes, etc.

We hope to find someone who wants to be a part of our team and can look back on the photo stories and Cinemagraphs™ from Fashion Week and feel proud that they helped make that happen. 

*what this internship is not: This is not an advanced lesson in photography or Cinemagraphs™. This is not an all access ticket to NYFW. 

How to apply: Send an email to frommetoyouintern@gmail.com

tears forever

if only I lived in New York

(Source: annstreetstudio)

lifeaficionada:

THIS IS AMAZING.

I want every single outfit in this video (apart from maybe one from the 70s era…) but I think I could rock it out regardless. ;)

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theclotheshorse:

sydney street style
I want this in dark teal

I want this in dark teal

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