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kleinecharlotte:

The Sao Francisco Church, Brazil (x)

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Ariane Extraordinaire Catalog 1962

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theclotheshorse:

Katy of wit&bloom

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lilacsinthedooryard:

Caravaggio

Madonna di Loreto (detail)

1604

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theclotheshorse:

Mia of La Vita Mia

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unexplained-events:

Devil’s Fingers

The picture above is of a mushroom thats thought to be a specimen of Clathrus archeri right before its fingers open up. It closely resembles a hand coming out of the ground. It even has the remnants of its tattered sleeves attached to the wrist.

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theartofanimation:

Stanley Lau

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miahanamura:

Dolce & Gabbana f/w 14.15

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fckyeahprettyafricans:

Namibia

vmagazine:

Namibia’s Hipsters: From the sapeurs of Kinshasa, the fashionistas of Lagos and to the streets of Jozi, vintage style is trending in Africa.   

Designer, tailor and stylist Lourens Loux Gebhardt of Loux the Vintage Guru is now collaborating with Khumbala, a group of stylists and designers from Johannesburg, to launch a street-style website that seeks to inspire Africans to step out in style and introduce them to the merits of vintage fashion.

A fashion revolution in the making; “When we collaborate we call ourselves LIA (Love is African), and we’re currently playing a big part by simply inspiring fashionistas around the African continent.”

Usually decked out in well-cut 60’s suits, tweed jackets, round spectacles and trilby hats, Lourens explains, “Many people aren’t interested in wearing vintage, they just see it as used clothing… I manage to dress myself cheaply and end up looking like a million bucks.”

photos: ©Harness Hamese and ©Lukas Amakali. all rights reserved

h/t The Guardian

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silvabism:

Apollo and Daphne
Jakob Auer (ca. 1645 - 1706)
Vienna, before 1688
Ivory

In his Metamorphoses, Ovid tells of the nymph Daphne, who eluded the desires of the sun god Apollo by turning herself into a laurel tree (Greek daphne, laurel).
The two-figure group depicts the beginning of this transformation. In travel reports from the Baroque period, this virtuoso piece of carving was already considered a major work of the Viennese imperial treasury.

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"I have sea foam in my veins, I understand the language of waves."

Jean Cocteau, from Le Testament d’Orphée (Les Éditions Cinégraphiques, 1960)

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viktor-sbor:

Elisabeth Sonrel (French, 1874 - 1953), “Vierge À L’enfant, Entre Sainte Geneviève Et Jeanne D’arc”

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anadipsia:

Ksenia Vasylchenko

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"

I bet you can tell I’m a woman,” she said, “and I suspect the rest of the world can, too.”

She said she was all too aware that if she was selected, she would represent several hundred male athletes in the NBA; she would deal with league officials and agents who were nearly all men; she would negotiate with team owners who were almost all men; and she would stand before reporters who were predominantly men.

She did not flinch. “My past,” she told the room, “is littered with the bones of men who were foolish enough to think I was someone they could sleep on.

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Michele Roberts, the new head of the NBA Player’s Union (xx)

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