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I am what they call an "air breather"


holographing:

Prada 2013 Sandals

holographing:

Prada 2013 Sandals


hautedeath:

Alexander McQueen’s fw 2001 show was a truly grotesque piece of grande theatre. The show entitled “What a Merry Go Round”, was presented on giant carousels almost as if taken from a circus back in the 20th century. However, instead of joyous children playing on them, they were haunted by models, who pole danced and walked across them as if it was their last stand. The eerie imagery was expanded by genius makeup by Val Garland, which made the models look like sad and morbid clowns. The clothes found inspiration in a mix of Victorian and 20th century fashions. The show had a number of now iconic looks, like the black and white gown worn by a model who pulled a gold skeleton across the floor, which was attached to her leg.



stormtrooperfashion:

Sasha Pivovarova in “Razzle Dazzle” by Karim Sadli for Vogue, July 2014

stormtrooperfashion:

Sasha Pivovarova in “Razzle Dazzle” by Karim Sadli for Vogue, July 2014



womensweardaily:

Dior Resort 2015
Courtesy Photo

womensweardaily:

Dior Resort 2015

Courtesy Photo


dynamicafrica:

billidollarbaby:

Dominique and Adau Mornyang for ELLE South Africa July 2014 

Read more over at: http://billidollarbaby.com/dominique-adau-mornyang-elle-south-africa-july-2014/

This is totally Pick N’ Pay.


anitaleocadia:

Miguel Laino


arabellesicardi:

pradanedehaan:

whats a good loook and makeupspo for a first date 

i present to you the following options:


hautekills:

Alexandre Vauthier haute couture f/w 2009

hautekills:

Alexandre Vauthier haute couture f/w 2009



sfilate:

Anais Pouliot photographed by Sonia Sieff for Air France Madame, July 2014

sfilate:

Anais Pouliot photographed by Sonia Sieff for Air France Madame, July 2014


deprincessed:

A flower garden made of pieces from different Christian Dior Haute Couture collections (mostly from FW12 & SS13) at the exhibition ‘Esprit Dior’ which, in partnership with The Museum of Contemporary Art: Shanghai, featured over 100 pieces from the Dior archives as well as sketches, jewellery, perfume and photographs by Patrick Demarchelier.