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“Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.” ~ Coco Chanel

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Monday, September 26, 2011
fbspin:

getting ready for something special

fbspin:

getting ready for something special

#wo/menwear

#wo/menwear

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Sunday, September 11, 2011
#vintage #icon

#vintage #icon

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cherichictopia:

Abstract - via chictopia

kaleidoscope of colors and patterns

cherichictopia:

Abstract - via chictopia

kaleidoscope of colors and patterns

Thursday, August 25, 2011
dominiquefrancon:

#1576


Intense, but pretty

dominiquefrancon:

#1576

Intense, but pretty

(Source: miriannjoh)

Monday, August 22, 2011
luv this look. #Chanel

luv this look. #Chanel

Thursday, August 18, 2011
madametoutnoir:

For those of you who didn’t see our post earlier today about photographer John Moore’s latest work documenting the famine wreaking havoc… we highly suggest you take a look through this gallery: Somalia: Devastating Photos

How can we sit idly by while people endure this kind of pain? How have we become so numb to these images where we’ll scroll through our news feeds and only allow ourselves to catch a glimpse of this face. Sometimes I feel really hopeless. The people who are in the field, the people who can help the most, face the harsh reality of how complex and convoluted the situation actually is. The complexity creates this sense of pessimism about the world. What kind of action is needed to eliminate this pain for good? Will we ever be capable of preventing this?
“‘Several rich governments are guilty of willful neglect as the aid effort    to avert catastrophe in East Africa limps along. The warning signs have been seen for months, and the world has been slow    to act. By the time the UN calls it a famine it is already a signal of large    scale loss of life.’ said Fran Equiza, Oxfam’s director in the Horn    of Africa… Aid workers point out that weather reports and famine early warning systems    operating in Somalia had predicted extreme shortages of food as long ago as    January… ‘It’s scandalous that we’re seeing this avoidable tragedy unfolding    across the region,’ said Jeremy Hulme, chief executive of the Society    for the Protection of Animals Abroad. ‘Once again our belated response is a vast operation to feed the    starving, having failed to protect their livelihoods.’”- The Telegraph

madametoutnoir:

For those of you who didn’t see our post earlier today about photographer John Moore’s latest work documenting the famine wreaking havoc… we highly suggest you take a look through this gallery: Somalia: Devastating Photos

How can we sit idly by while people endure this kind of pain? How have we become so numb to these images where we’ll scroll through our news feeds and only allow ourselves to catch a glimpse of this face. Sometimes I feel really hopeless. The people who are in the field, the people who can help the most, face the harsh reality of how complex and convoluted the situation actually is. The complexity creates this sense of pessimism about the world. What kind of action is needed to eliminate this pain for good? Will we ever be capable of preventing this?

“‘Several rich governments are guilty of willful neglect as the aid effort to avert catastrophe in East Africa limps along. The warning signs have been seen for months, and the world has been slow to act. By the time the UN calls it a famine it is already a signal of large scale loss of life.’ said Fran Equiza, Oxfam’s director in the Horn of Africa… Aid workers point out that weather reports and famine early warning systems operating in Somalia had predicted extreme shortages of food as long ago as January… ‘It’s scandalous that we’re seeing this avoidable tragedy unfolding across the region,’ said Jeremy Hulme, chief executive of the Society for the Protection of Animals Abroad. ‘Once again our belated response is a vast operation to feed the starving, having failed to protect their livelihoods.’”- The Telegraph

(Source: life)

Tuesday, August 16, 2011

photojojo:

Here’s an easy way to get a vintagey transferred look: print your digital photos onto mulberry paper with your regular inkjet printer.

Print Digital Photos onto Mulberry Paper

via KEH Blog

Cool. Have to try this

Would love this in my backyard

Would love this in my backyard

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