April 8, 2014

90s90s90s:

Behind the scenes of Beetlejuice

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March 5, 2014
homicidalbrunette:

Ohhhhhhh nooooooo

homicidalbrunette:

Ohhhhhhh nooooooo

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March 5, 2014
lesbeehive:

Les Beehive – Unintentional Art in Celebrity Candids – Brad and Angelina at the Oscars

lesbeehive:

Les Beehive – Unintentional Art in Celebrity Candids – Brad and Angelina at the Oscars

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March 1, 2014

March 1, 2014

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December 22, 2013
bluepueblo:

French Doors, Provence, France
photo via leopoldina

bluepueblo:

French Doors, Provence, France

photo via leopoldina

December 18, 2013

December 18, 2013

compilation of scarlett’s bitchfaces: requested by duchessbitchqueen

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December 13, 2013

December 13, 2013
Sometimes a Victoria’s Secret Model (Lindsay Ellingson) can eat pizza.

Sometimes a Victoria’s Secret Model (Lindsay Ellingson) can eat pizza.

December 12, 2013
Vogue’s rendition of Romeo + Juliet starring the amazing Roberto Bolle

Vogue’s rendition of Romeo + Juliet starring the amazing Roberto Bolle

November 21, 2013
midnight-charm:

Kate Moss photographed by Peter Robathan

midnight-charm:

Kate Moss photographed by Peter Robathan

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September 18, 2013
suicideblonde:

Coco Chanel at age 23

suicideblonde:

Coco Chanel at age 23

September 16, 2013
suicideblonde:

The Brides
“Francis [Ford Coppola] wanted a decaying, deteriorating feel to the fabric, like the shrouds of the mummies in the catacombs of Bombay. The passage of time would have turned the white fabrics to rich amber, so fragile that it would crumble when you touched it. At the same time, he wanted extremely feminine robes, like the ones worn by the women in paintings by the Czech poster-painter Mucha.” (Eiko and Coppola on Bram Stoker’s Dracula, p. 44)
Design by Eiko IshiokaPhotographed by David Seidner

suicideblonde:

The Brides

“Francis [Ford Coppola] wanted a decaying, deteriorating feel to the fabric, like the shrouds of the mummies in the catacombs of Bombay. The passage of time would have turned the white fabrics to rich amber, so fragile that it would crumble when you touched it. At the same time, he wanted extremely feminine robes, like the ones worn by the women in paintings by the Czech poster-painter Mucha.” (Eiko and Coppola on Bram Stoker’s Dracula, p. 44)

Design by Eiko Ishioka
Photographed by David Seidner

September 10, 2013

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