apples and elephants
apples and elephants
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l3ftovercurry:

wes anderson and owen wilson circa 1993.
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food52:

The perfect cake to welcome fall.
Hazelnut Layer Cake with Fig Compote + (Vegan) Cream Cheese Frosting via Dollie and Oatmeal.
food52:

The perfect cake to welcome fall.
Hazelnut Layer Cake with Fig Compote + (Vegan) Cream Cheese Frosting via Dollie and Oatmeal.
food52:

The perfect cake to welcome fall.
Hazelnut Layer Cake with Fig Compote + (Vegan) Cream Cheese Frosting via Dollie and Oatmeal.
food52:

The perfect cake to welcome fall.
Hazelnut Layer Cake with Fig Compote + (Vegan) Cream Cheese Frosting via Dollie and Oatmeal.
food52:

The perfect cake to welcome fall.
Hazelnut Layer Cake with Fig Compote + (Vegan) Cream Cheese Frosting via Dollie and Oatmeal.
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womensweardaily:

Backstage at Moschino RTW 
Spring 2015
Photo by Kuba Dabrowski
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huffposttv:

Take A Peek Under The Tent & Meet The Cast Of ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ 
The freak show is getting nearer, and we finally have a good look at its wild cast of characters.
See the full list of new cast including Angela Bassett and another two headed human.
huffposttv:

Take A Peek Under The Tent & Meet The Cast Of ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ 
The freak show is getting nearer, and we finally have a good look at its wild cast of characters.
See the full list of new cast including Angela Bassett and another two headed human.
huffposttv:

Take A Peek Under The Tent & Meet The Cast Of ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ 
The freak show is getting nearer, and we finally have a good look at its wild cast of characters.
See the full list of new cast including Angela Bassett and another two headed human.
huffposttv:

Take A Peek Under The Tent & Meet The Cast Of ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ 
The freak show is getting nearer, and we finally have a good look at its wild cast of characters.
See the full list of new cast including Angela Bassett and another two headed human.
huffposttv:

Take A Peek Under The Tent & Meet The Cast Of ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ 
The freak show is getting nearer, and we finally have a good look at its wild cast of characters.
See the full list of new cast including Angela Bassett and another two headed human.
huffposttv:

Take A Peek Under The Tent & Meet The Cast Of ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ 
The freak show is getting nearer, and we finally have a good look at its wild cast of characters.
See the full list of new cast including Angela Bassett and another two headed human.
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adamkatzsinding:

Hollie-May Saker | Milan ( http://ift.tt/1r1SODb )
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nevver:

Neon, Vasya Kolotusha
nevver:

Neon, Vasya Kolotusha
nevver:

Neon, Vasya Kolotusha
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“Manakamana was filmed on the cable car built to transport devotees of the Hindu goddess Bhagwati to the mountaintop Manakamana temple in Nepal, where they hope their offerings will allow the goddess to grant their wishes. The film’s 11 cable-car journeys up to the temple and down from it (each lasting approximately as long as a 400-foot roll of 16mm film—Manakamana was shot in Super 16 but is distributed as DCP) present a panorama of worshippers and tourists interested in the temple—portraits of individuals, couples, groups of friends during a moment of transport and transformation.” —Film Comment

“Manakamana was filmed on the cable car built to transport devotees of the Hindu goddess Bhagwati to the mountaintop Manakamana temple in Nepal, where they hope their offerings will allow the goddess to grant their wishes. The film’s 11 cable-car journeys up to the temple and down from it (each lasting approximately as long as a 400-foot roll of 16mm film—Manakamana was shot in Super 16 but is distributed as DCP) present a panorama of worshippers and tourists interested in the temple—portraits of individuals, couples, groups of friends during a moment of transport and transformation.” —Film Comment

“Manakamana was filmed on the cable car built to transport devotees of the Hindu goddess Bhagwati to the mountaintop Manakamana temple in Nepal, where they hope their offerings will allow the goddess to grant their wishes. The film’s 11 cable-car journeys up to the temple and down from it (each lasting approximately as long as a 400-foot roll of 16mm film—Manakamana was shot in Super 16 but is distributed as DCP) present a panorama of worshippers and tourists interested in the temple—portraits of individuals, couples, groups of friends during a moment of transport and transformation.” —Film Comment

“Manakamana was filmed on the cable car built to transport devotees of the Hindu goddess Bhagwati to the mountaintop Manakamana temple in Nepal, where they hope their offerings will allow the goddess to grant their wishes. The film’s 11 cable-car journeys up to the temple and down from it (each lasting approximately as long as a 400-foot roll of 16mm film—Manakamana was shot in Super 16 but is distributed as DCP) present a panorama of worshippers and tourists interested in the temple—portraits of individuals, couples, groups of friends during a moment of transport and transformation.” —Film Comment

“Manakamana was filmed on the cable car built to transport devotees of the Hindu goddess Bhagwati to the mountaintop Manakamana temple in Nepal, where they hope their offerings will allow the goddess to grant their wishes. The film’s 11 cable-car journeys up to the temple and down from it (each lasting approximately as long as a 400-foot roll of 16mm film—Manakamana was shot in Super 16 but is distributed as DCP) present a panorama of worshippers and tourists interested in the temple—portraits of individuals, couples, groups of friends during a moment of transport and transformation.” —Film Comment

“Manakamana was filmed on the cable car built to transport devotees of the Hindu goddess Bhagwati to the mountaintop Manakamana temple in Nepal, where they hope their offerings will allow the goddess to grant their wishes. The film’s 11 cable-car journeys up to the temple and down from it (each lasting approximately as long as a 400-foot roll of 16mm film—Manakamana was shot in Super 16 but is distributed as DCP) present a panorama of worshippers and tourists interested in the temple—portraits of individuals, couples, groups of friends during a moment of transport and transformation.” —Film Comment

“Manakamana was filmed on the cable car built to transport devotees of the Hindu goddess Bhagwati to the mountaintop Manakamana temple in Nepal, where they hope their offerings will allow the goddess to grant their wishes. The film’s 11 cable-car journeys up to the temple and down from it (each lasting approximately as long as a 400-foot roll of 16mm film—Manakamana was shot in Super 16 but is distributed as DCP) present a panorama of worshippers and tourists interested in the temple—portraits of individuals, couples, groups of friends during a moment of transport and transformation.” —Film Comment

“Manakamana was filmed on the cable car built to transport devotees of the Hindu goddess Bhagwati to the mountaintop Manakamana temple in Nepal, where they hope their offerings will allow the goddess to grant their wishes. The film’s 11 cable-car journeys up to the temple and down from it (each lasting approximately as long as a 400-foot roll of 16mm film—Manakamana was shot in Super 16 but is distributed as DCP) present a panorama of worshippers and tourists interested in the temple—portraits of individuals, couples, groups of friends during a moment of transport and transformation.” —Film Comment

“Manakamana was filmed on the cable car built to transport devotees of the Hindu goddess Bhagwati to the mountaintop Manakamana temple in Nepal, where they hope their offerings will allow the goddess to grant their wishes. The film’s 11 cable-car journeys up to the temple and down from it (each lasting approximately as long as a 400-foot roll of 16mm film—Manakamana was shot in Super 16 but is distributed as DCP) present a panorama of worshippers and tourists interested in the temple—portraits of individuals, couples, groups of friends during a moment of transport and transformation.” —Film Comment

“Manakamana was filmed on the cable car built to transport devotees of the Hindu goddess Bhagwati to the mountaintop Manakamana temple in Nepal, where they hope their offerings will allow the goddess to grant their wishes. The film’s 11 cable-car journeys up to the temple and down from it (each lasting approximately as long as a 400-foot roll of 16mm film—Manakamana was shot in Super 16 but is distributed as DCP) present a panorama of worshippers and tourists interested in the temple—portraits of individuals, couples, groups of friends during a moment of transport and transformation.” —Film Comment
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stormtrooperfashion:

Kirsten Owen in “Formal Order” by Erik Madigan Heck for Muse Magazine #32, Fall 2014
See more from this set here.
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aliciagaler:

Drawing so many cacti for this project.
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pinerosolanno:

Christopher Kane SS15
pinerosolanno:

Christopher Kane SS15
pinerosolanno:

Christopher Kane SS15
pinerosolanno:

Christopher Kane SS15
pinerosolanno:

Christopher Kane SS15
pinerosolanno:

Christopher Kane SS15
pinerosolanno:

Christopher Kane SS15
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whatdoiwear:

Erdem Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear Collection
Photos: NowFashion, for more runway gifs click HERE
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wmagazine:

Glitter Bug
Photograph by Marilyn Minter; styled by Patrick Mackie; W magazine September 2014.