modrules:

patti smith, photo by steven sebring
Image found on Campbells Loft

modrules:

patti smith, photo by steven sebring

Image found on Campbells Loft

nickdrake:

Liza Minnelli / Cabaret.

rpg2692:

ammnontet:

noahtheskeleton:

Drew on my hand today

borderhands

the hands among us

rpg2692:

ammnontet:

noahtheskeleton:

Drew on my hand today

borderhands

the hands among us

kurtiswiebe:

This perfectly summarizes why I love the Simpsons and hate Family Guy. 

excessively-spooky-courfeyrac:

Friendly reminder that Javert didn’t remember Jean Valjean by his voice or his face or anything, but by his enormous sexy muscles that haunted his dreams for at least 20 years.

historiful:


"We have to celebrate all that women have achieved in such a short period of time. This is the most exciting time to be dressing a woman. Never before has a woman been so in control of her destiny. My inspiration is always the anonymous woman on the street, the woman with a busy, full life. I think about her needs and what she will want to wear. My role as a designer has always been to design clothes that address a woman’s life and make her feel beautiful - that is what continues to inspire me creatively…”
Oscar de la Renta, in an undated interview with Vivian Chen

Designer Oscar de la Renta (1932-2014), working with American débutante Beatrice Lodge, c. 1956.

historiful:

"We have to celebrate all that women have achieved in such a short period of time. This is the most exciting time to be dressing a woman. Never before has a woman been so in control of her destiny. My inspiration is always the anonymous woman on the street, the woman with a busy, full life. I think about her needs and what she will want to wear. My role as a designer has always been to design clothes that address a woman’s life and make her feel beautiful - that is what continues to inspire me creatively…”

Oscar de la Renta, in an undated interview with Vivian Chen

Designer Oscar de la Renta (1932-2014), working with American débutante Beatrice Lodge, c. 1956.

thecostumetrailer:

"Mia Wallace is a female version of a Reservoir Dog" - Pulp Fiction & Reservoir Dogs Costume Designer, Betsy Heimann