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31

Jul

holliesgolightly:

Vogue Paris November 2008 “De 10 á 60 ans” by  Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin featuring Eniko Mihalik styled by Carine Roitfeld

30

Jul


Rinko Kikuchi

Rinko Kikuchi

(Source: thehausucat)

29

Jul

fromobscuretodemure:

Gabrielle Lussier by Neil Mota for Z!nk Holdiay 2010.

fromobscuretodemure:

Gabrielle Lussier by Neil Mota for Z!nk Holdiay 2010.

(Source: styledbythao.com)

fashionisglory:

c-a-n-d-y—k-i-s-s-e-s:

Daiane Conterato by Zee Nunes for Vogue Brazil April 2013 

fashionisglory:

c-a-n-d-y—k-i-s-s-e-s:

Daiane Conterato by Zee Nunes for Vogue Brazil April 2013 

28

Jul

(Source: miamivice88)

(Source: artizan3)

27

Jul

26

Jul

Jourdan Dunn by Hans Feurer for Antidote Magazine Spring/Summer 2013: The Street Issue

Jourdan Dunn by Hans Feurer for Antidote Magazine Spring/Summer 2013: The Street Issue

(Source: serum114)

nastyvogue:

madamedevereshideaway:

By any other name
Photo of Olga Sherer by Ben Hassett for Vogue Turkey 

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nastyvogue:

madamedevereshideaway:

By any other name

Photo of Olga Sherer by Ben Hassett for Vogue Turkey 

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25

Jul

notordinaryfashion:

Saint Laurent - British Vogue

notordinaryfashion:

Saint Laurent - British Vogue

lelaid:

Natasha Poly by Mert & Marcus for Gucci, Spring/Summer 2010

lelaid:

Natasha Poly by Mert & Marcus for Gucci, Spring/Summer 2010

24

Jul

nastyvogue:

deprincessed:

Behind the scenes look at the former Givenchy Haute Couture atelier where some of the most intricate breathtaking pieces got their start. Designed by the innovative Riccardo Tisci, these pieces start off simply with sketches, fabrics and a form; if you add the handiwork skills of the artisans and the genius creative vision of Mr. Tisci you can expect nothing short of magic.

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nastyvogue:

deprincessed:

Behind the scenes look at the former Givenchy Haute Couture atelier where some of the most intricate breathtaking pieces got their start. Designed by the innovative Riccardo Tisci, these pieces start off simply with sketches, fabrics and a form; if you add the handiwork skills of the artisans and the genius creative vision of Mr. Tisci you can expect nothing short of magic.

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beccavesper:

Rose Trellis (Fabergé)