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arabellesicardi:

wgsn:

Makeup styling at the @happyashleyland #LFW #SS15 is anything but subtle.

this is so me 2k13
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givenchyrunway:

Jamie Wei Huang Spring/Summer 2015
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pienoy:

La Cuisine by Charlotte Abramow
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kyary:

me 2
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fashioninquality:

Shoe Porn at Simone Rocha Fall Winter 2013 | LFW
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koreanmodel:

Yana Shmaylova at Fyodor Golan Spring 2015 LFW
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nikolawashere:

Blog so hot you can cook an egg on it.
Animated by Me
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clementinekruczynskij:

こどものおやつ / muji
clementinekruczynskij:

こどものおやつ / muji
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txnk:

tashherz:

THIS IS MY FAVOURITE TUMBLR POST EVER.

This. Is. Incredible.
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my-tumblrisbetterthanyours:

http://polsolsona.com/
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psychoirl:

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littlemarzipan:

danielguerrerofernandez:

original artwork from my SPOTS t-shirt available for pre order until november 30th, 2013 :~) danielguerrerofernandez.bigcartel.com
(thanks to everyone who got one already) 

Heck yeah I bought this shirt.
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oddpears:

Australian photographer Ward Roberts has caught our eye, with his older series of work titled, Courts. In a beautiful collision of line, colour and symmetry, the series documents the simultaneously dense and empty expanses of sporting fields and courts around the world. Once populated and well-used, Courts makes a quiet comment on our indoors-y tendencies and abandonment of outdoor activities. 
We’re drawn in by the bold pastels, colour codes and beautiful architectural structures which surround and complement the environments. 
Enjoy more of Ward Roberts’ work here.
oddpears:

Australian photographer Ward Roberts has caught our eye, with his older series of work titled, Courts. In a beautiful collision of line, colour and symmetry, the series documents the simultaneously dense and empty expanses of sporting fields and courts around the world. Once populated and well-used, Courts makes a quiet comment on our indoors-y tendencies and abandonment of outdoor activities. 
We’re drawn in by the bold pastels, colour codes and beautiful architectural structures which surround and complement the environments. 
Enjoy more of Ward Roberts’ work here.
oddpears:

Australian photographer Ward Roberts has caught our eye, with his older series of work titled, Courts. In a beautiful collision of line, colour and symmetry, the series documents the simultaneously dense and empty expanses of sporting fields and courts around the world. Once populated and well-used, Courts makes a quiet comment on our indoors-y tendencies and abandonment of outdoor activities. 
We’re drawn in by the bold pastels, colour codes and beautiful architectural structures which surround and complement the environments. 
Enjoy more of Ward Roberts’ work here.
oddpears:

Australian photographer Ward Roberts has caught our eye, with his older series of work titled, Courts. In a beautiful collision of line, colour and symmetry, the series documents the simultaneously dense and empty expanses of sporting fields and courts around the world. Once populated and well-used, Courts makes a quiet comment on our indoors-y tendencies and abandonment of outdoor activities. 
We’re drawn in by the bold pastels, colour codes and beautiful architectural structures which surround and complement the environments. 
Enjoy more of Ward Roberts’ work here.
oddpears:

Australian photographer Ward Roberts has caught our eye, with his older series of work titled, Courts. In a beautiful collision of line, colour and symmetry, the series documents the simultaneously dense and empty expanses of sporting fields and courts around the world. Once populated and well-used, Courts makes a quiet comment on our indoors-y tendencies and abandonment of outdoor activities. 
We’re drawn in by the bold pastels, colour codes and beautiful architectural structures which surround and complement the environments. 
Enjoy more of Ward Roberts’ work here.
oddpears:

Australian photographer Ward Roberts has caught our eye, with his older series of work titled, Courts. In a beautiful collision of line, colour and symmetry, the series documents the simultaneously dense and empty expanses of sporting fields and courts around the world. Once populated and well-used, Courts makes a quiet comment on our indoors-y tendencies and abandonment of outdoor activities. 
We’re drawn in by the bold pastels, colour codes and beautiful architectural structures which surround and complement the environments. 
Enjoy more of Ward Roberts’ work here.
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