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shoelust:

Chromat
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phyllisvanity:

I just wanted to point out that kyo takes his shirt off in the cross arm girl way and he does it perfectly…..
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Out of my normal re-blogging theme…but I don’t know why I find this so fascinating hahahahahahaha xD My comment has no relation to the comment above,I mean- just watching the Gif itself! haha xD 
Jul 24, 2014 / 153 notes

phyllisvanity:

I just wanted to point out that kyo takes his shirt off in the cross arm girl way and he does it perfectly…..

<33

Out of my normal re-blogging theme…but I don’t know why I find this so fascinating hahahahahahaha xD My comment has no relation to the comment above,I mean- just watching the Gif itself! haha xD 

Jul 21, 2014 / 293 notes

businessoffashion:

The Edie Family. Edie Campbell and her family star in Lanvin’s A/W 2014 campaign, shot by Tim Walker and styled by Jakob K.

Jul 19, 2014 / 752 notes
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insanelygaming:

Gamer Girl Meme

Tool: Fineliner

Created by Lena Dirscherl | Website | Blog | Facebook | Twitter

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Jul 5, 2014 / 12 notes
tokyo-fashion:

Pretty “corset over knee socks” from the Tokyo boutique Abilletage.
Jul 4, 2014 / 1,605 notes

tokyo-fashion:

Pretty “corset over knee socks” from the Tokyo boutique Abilletage.

Jul 1, 2014 / 8,260 notes

notordinaryfashion:

dioringenue:

kingofcouture:

Christian Dior Haute Couture ateliers

/look no. 5 from Spring Summer 2011 collection

1. step: the coat is made from white canvas to show the proportions and silhouette (it is done by a ‘modéliste’)

2. step: client tries on the mock-up to see how it fits 

3. step: designer chooses fabrics, colours and embroidery (The fabrics used in Haute Couture are the most luxurious and most expensive ones)

4. step: each part of the coat is cut (There are two ateliers, one for tailoring: Atelier tailleur and one for the dresses: Atelier flou. Each one has its own head seamstress called Première. At Atelier tailleur it is madame Monique, at Atelier flou it is madame Florence

5. step: the embroidery is done in special ateliers in Paris (maison Hurel, maison Lesage)

6. step: fabric is pleated in special ateliers in Paris (ateliers Logon)

7. step: seamstresses assemble the coat (there are many people involved in making one piece, everything is sewn by hand in Paris ateliers)

8. step: the coat is ironed (it is actually ironed after any manipulation or sewing)

9. step: the coat is tagged (it is the final step, and it means, that the piece is ready for the client)

10. step: the coat is delivered to the client… (this is actually where its story begins)

This is fantastic!

I wish I could just be in the room watching the entire process

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Jun 30, 2014 / 11,589 notes

jedavu:

Beautiful Surreal Worlds

Photographer and retouch artist Erik Johansson produces remarkable illusions. 

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wgsn:

Alber Elbaz updates Lanvin’s fall/winter Teddy Boy with soft, fluid fabrics that continues this season’s pyjama-dressing theme
Jun 29, 2014 / 60 notes

wgsn:

Alber Elbaz updates Lanvin’s fall/winter Teddy Boy with soft, fluid fabrics that continues this season’s pyjama-dressing theme

Jun 29, 2014 / 56,086 notes

artschoolglasses:

Favourite Fashion: Alexander McQueen, Fall 2008 RTW

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Jun 29, 2014 / 77,860 notes

theshipperoflarry:

Iconic Disney characters gender bended.

Ariel, Cruella, Maleficent, Pocahantas, Elsa, Ursula, Aurora, and Snow White as guys. Hades and Jack Frost as girls. 

*MIND BLOWN*

*EDIT: So after looking up Rule 34 I also learned about Rule 63 which means: “For each male and female character there is a variation of the opposite gender of that character.” How fitting it this?

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