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hexurbanity:

A pair of models leaving a hotel lobby on their way to a photoshoot during the 1992 Which Witch? fashion show in Paris
This candid gained great publicity in magical society throughout all of Europe; quickly becoming one of the most famous pictures of the decade, and a globally recognized icon of french fashion.
(Yves St. Laurent)

hexurbanity:

A pair of models leaving a hotel lobby on their way to a photoshoot during the 1992 Which Witch? fashion show in Paris

This candid gained great publicity in magical society throughout all of Europe; quickly becoming one of the most famous pictures of the decade, and a globally recognized icon of french fashion.

(Yves St. Laurent)

4 days ago on August 17th, 2014 | J | 5,966 notes
4 days ago on August 17th, 2014 | J | 6,363 notes
Tagged as: #for steph #unf 

zimmay:

Been trying something new with my coffee this fall.

4 days ago on August 17th, 2014 | J | 44,025 notes
diychristmascrafts:

3 DIY We Are Owls “Poem Ivory” Knockoff Scarf Tutorials. All of these tutorials use different fabrics and pens. *Be inspired by the dark “Spring Poem” and use a bleach pen like in #5. UPDATED 8-16-2014
We Are Owls FW 2010 Collection “Poem Ivory” here (left),SS 2012 $175 “Spring Poem” here and here (right).
DIY from College Fashion here. 
DIY from Off the Wall Expressions here.
DIY from Stamp 48 here. BLOG DEAD
DIY Love Song Bleach Pen Scarf from Tried and True here.
This is the original Ivory Poem Scarf from We Are Owls. It is sold out and not expected to be available. There is an interview with Connie Lui here. The dark scarf, We are Owls “Black Spring Poem”, is also unavailable.


#diy#crafts#scarf#knockoff#diy we are owls scarf#tutorial#roundup#bleach#shapies#writing#poetry#diy poetry scarf#diy lyric scarf#lyrics#fashion#diy fashion#truebluemeandyou

diychristmascrafts:

3 DIY We Are Owls “Poem Ivory” Knockoff Scarf Tutorials. All of these tutorials use different fabrics and pens. *Be inspired by the dark “Spring Poem” and use a bleach pen like in #5. UPDATED 8-16-2014

  1. We Are Owls FW 2010 Collection “Poem Ivory” here (left),SS 2012 $175 “Spring Poem” here and here (right).
  2. DIY from College Fashion here
  3. DIY from Off the Wall Expressions here.
  4. DIY from Stamp 48 here. BLOG DEAD
  5. DIY Love Song Bleach Pen Scarf from Tried and True here.

This is the original Ivory Poem Scarf from We Are Owls. It is sold out and not expected to be available. There is an interview with Connie Lui here. The dark scarf, We are Owls “Black Spring Poem”, is also unavailable.

4 days ago on August 17th, 2014 | J | 1,381 notes
Tagged as: #diy #scarf 

dementedvampiriczombie:

thehufflepuffwholeaptthroughtime:

holmesfan:

tin-pan-ali:

area 51 is just the american wizarding school

aliens is a perfect cover story

hOLY SHIT

 (via thestarlesswanderer)

FUCK, THIS IS THE BEST THING I HAVE READ ALL DAY.

5 days ago on August 16th, 2014 | J | 94,804 notes

Jen Ramos - Colors (2011-2012)

5 days ago on August 16th, 2014 | J | 33,366 notes

areyoutryingtodeduceme:

Look at these A-Holes. Now available as teas! Weird.

5 days ago on August 16th, 2014 | J | 2,155 notes
You deserve the kind of love you would give someone else.
- A Message to My Followers and Everyone Else That Ever Reads This (#127: February 3, 2014)
5 days ago on August 16th, 2014 | J | 316,955 notes
Tagged as: #truth #life 
veliseraptor:

we’re coming for blood || a fanmix for the seven daughters of fëanor

↠ listen
bad girls // m.i.a. || glory and gore // lorde || a different beat // little mix || gods & monsters // lana del rey || untouchable // sky ferreira || seven nation army // melanie martinez || black sheep // gin wigmore || something new // girls aloud || blood on my hands // danielle parente || come alive (the war of the roses) // janelle monae || meddle // little boots || help i’m alive // metric || problem // natalia kills || bottom of the river // delta rae || bad reputation // joan jett

veliseraptor:

we’re coming for blood || a fanmix for the seven daughters of fëanor

↠ listen

bad girls // m.i.a. || glory and gore // lorde || a different beat // little mix || gods & monsters // lana del rey || untouchable // sky ferreira || seven nation army // melanie martinez || black sheep // gin wigmore || something new // girls aloud || blood on my hands // danielle parente || come alive (the war of the roses) // janelle monae || meddle // little boots || help i’m alive // metric || problem // natalia kills || bottom of the river // delta rae || bad reputation // joan jett

6 days ago on August 16th, 2014 | J | 145 notes
Tagged as: #music #playlist 

phene-thyla-mine:

I found these reddit posts that I thought gave great insight into what it was like for women in the 1960s who enjoyed Star Trek. Very eye-opening, in my opinion. I hadn’t realized the extent to which women enjoying science fiction was frowned upon. Source: X

6 days ago on August 16th, 2014 | J | 6,521 notes
6 days ago on August 16th, 2014 | J | 7,801 notes

miscnief:

are these still a thing?

(insp)

1 week ago on August 14th, 2014 | J | 54,924 notes
pascalcampion:

Closing time.
#pascalcampionart

pascalcampion:

Closing time.

#pascalcampionart

1 week ago on August 14th, 2014 | J | 1,462 notes
The idea of fan cultures, or “fandoms,” cultivating fan fiction writers began at the earliest in the 1920s with societies dedicated to Jane Austen and Sherlock Holmes, but took off in the late 1960s with the advent of Star Trek fanzines. The negative stereotype of fans today is that of obsessed geeks, like Trekkies, who love nothing more than to watch the same installments over and over… However, this represents a core misunderstanding of what it is to be a fan: that is, to have the “ability to transform personal reaction into social interaction, spectatorial culture into participatory culture… not by being a regular viewer of a particular program but by translating that viewing into some kind of cultural activity.” Henry Jenkins, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor and expert on fan culture, likens fan fiction to the story of The Velveteen Rabbit: that the investment in something is what gives it a meaning rather than any intrinsic merits or economic value. For fans who invest in a television show, book, or movie, that investment sparks production, and reading or viewing sparks writing, until the two are inseparable. They are not watching the same thing over and over, but rather are creating something new instead.
1 week ago on August 14th, 2014 | J | 11,100 notes
Tagged as: #fanfiction 
1 week ago on August 13th, 2014 | J | 19,635 notes