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valsez:

René François Xavier Prinet
Le Balcon - Paris 1900s

valsez:

René François Xavier Prinet

Le Balcon - Paris 1900s

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floozys:

the only feminism i ever want to be associated with is 100% trans inclusive feminism 

redevenait-quelquun:

Actors who are actually their characters. Bottoms up

redevenait-quelquun:

Actors who are actually their characters. Bottoms up

thegestianpoet:

"YOU SICK BASTARD" I shout

Jon Snow starts to cry. He has been fighting off this flu for a week and has been eating lots of citrus. He’s doing his best. 

"I just love bowls so much" [x]

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dendu77:

Tormund Giantsbane cuts his beard.

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smalldonghaver:

the concept of a “Freudian Slip” just doesn’t make any sex to me at all

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fashioninhistory:

Evening Dress
Madame Grès
1967
The collections of Madame Grès were prized for the pleated silk jersey gowns that ended each of her shows. With their himation-like draped swags, these designs are a relaxed version of the fine dense pleating that generally covers her fitted, highly structured bodices. The technical virtuosity incorporated in the draping is revealed only on close study of this example. The swags are both continuous and unbroken panels of fabric that incorporate the right fronts and backs of the gown. In her neoclassicism, Grès conformed to the antique notion of uninterrupted lengths of cloth, stitched but not cut into shape. From her earliest work, Grès introduced windows onto the body with cutouts that bared the back and midriff. She created a fissured shoulder, consistent with her own practice and resonant of the split shoulderlines of antique chitons.

fashioninhistory:

Evening Dress

Madame Grès

1967

The collections of Madame Grès were prized for the pleated silk jersey gowns that ended each of her shows. With their himation-like draped swags, these designs are a relaxed version of the fine dense pleating that generally covers her fitted, highly structured bodices. The technical virtuosity incorporated in the draping is revealed only on close study of this example. The swags are both continuous and unbroken panels of fabric that incorporate the right fronts and backs of the gown. In her neoclassicism, Grès conformed to the antique notion of uninterrupted lengths of cloth, stitched but not cut into shape. From her earliest work, Grès introduced windows onto the body with cutouts that bared the back and midriff. She created a fissured shoulder, consistent with her own practice and resonant of the split shoulderlines of antique chitons.

Dane DeHaan as Lucien Carr in Kill Your Darlings

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