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modelsofcolor:

Yasmeen Ghauri photographed by Patrick Demarchelier for US Vogue, May 1990.
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modelsofcolor:

Yasmeen Ghauri photographed by Patrick Demarchelier for US Vogue, May 1990.

pomutnenierassudka:

Ascenseur pour l’échafaud, 1957
Apr 18, 2014 / 615 notes

pomutnenierassudka:

Ascenseur pour l’échafaud, 1957

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swamped:

Anna MorosiniThe Deep Surface
Apr 18, 2014 / 3,096 notes

swamped:

Anna Morosini
The Deep Surface

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womensweardaily:

Ginnifer Goodwin’s Fairy-Tale Wedding

A sketch of the custom Monique Lhuillier gown worn by Ginnifer Goodwin.
Courtesy Photo
Apr 18, 2014 / 476 notes

womensweardaily:

Ginnifer Goodwin’s Fairy-Tale Wedding

A sketch of the custom Monique Lhuillier gown worn by Ginnifer Goodwin.

Courtesy Photo

130186:

João Pimienta Fall 2014 
Apr 18, 2014 / 3,539 notes

130186:

João Pimienta Fall 2014 

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Apr 18, 2014 / 502 notes

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myidealhome:

famous friday: Sex & the City / Carrie Bradshow’s bedroom
Apr 18, 2014 / 1,361 notes

myidealhome:

  • famous friday: Sex & the City / Carrie Bradshow’s bedroom

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supermodelgif:

"Drama Queen", Gisele Bundchen by Liz Collins for Dazed & Confused, 1999
Apr 18, 2014 / 4,884 notes

supermodelgif:

"Drama Queen", Gisele Bundchen by Liz Collins for Dazed & Confused, 1999

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phototoartguy:

Lights and Shadows of Kenya part VI by Kyriakos Kaziras 
Thank You, Kyriakos !
kaziphoto
Apr 18, 2014 / 30 notes

phototoartguy:

Lights and Shadows of Kenya part VI by Kyriakos Kaziras 

Thank You, Kyriakos !

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latimes:

First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt in the pages of the L.A. Times shortly after her husband’s inauguration, courtesy of our history Tumblr.
latimespast:

Eleanor Roosevelt, then the brand-new first lady, walked to church by herself, “shattering another precedent,” on March 12, 1933. This item was published in the L.A. Times the following day. (Her husband had just been sworn in earlier that month, on March 4.)

More from our archives: Here’s Mrs. Roosevelt five years later, during a tour of government relief activities in L.A., and back in L.A. for the 1960 Democratic National Convention in 1960.
Apr 18, 2014 / 310 notes

latimes:

First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt in the pages of the L.A. Times shortly after her husband’s inauguration, courtesy of our history Tumblr.

latimespast:

Eleanor Roosevelt, then the brand-new first lady, walked to church by herself, “shattering another precedent,” on March 12, 1933. This item was published in the L.A. Times the following day. (Her husband had just been sworn in earlier that month, on March 4.)

More from our archives: Here’s Mrs. Roosevelt five years later, during a tour of government relief activities in L.A., and back in L.A. for the 1960 Democratic National Convention in 1960.

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growingwildly:

Jonas Paul Eyewear
Apr 18, 2014 / 17,105 notes

growingwildly:

Jonas Paul Eyewear

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newyorker:

Richard Brody on “Manakamana,” a documentary set entirely within the capsules of a cable-car line in Nepal: http://nyr.kr/QrDPC7

“Three local rock musicians travel to the shrine with a lighthearted, cynical air, twiddling their camera and casually joking, whereas two traditional musicians, chatting about the financing of the cable cars and talking about the noteworthy sal trees below (which other voyagers had discussed as well), take out their sarangis (four-stringed violin-like instruments, played with a bow) and, after tuning them, break into an earthy and soulful sort of Central Asian bluegrass that seems both inspired and sanctified by the presence of the land and the proximity of the temple”
Apr 18, 2014 / 292 notes

newyorker:

Richard Brody on “Manakamana,” a documentary set entirely within the capsules of a cable-car line in Nepal: http://nyr.kr/QrDPC7

“Three local rock musicians travel to the shrine with a lighthearted, cynical air, twiddling their camera and casually joking, whereas two traditional musicians, chatting about the financing of the cable cars and talking about the noteworthy sal trees below (which other voyagers had discussed as well), take out their sarangis (four-stringed violin-like instruments, played with a bow) and, after tuning them, break into an earthy and soulful sort of Central Asian bluegrass that seems both inspired and sanctified by the presence of the land and the proximity of the temple”