Marilyn Monroe photographed by Bert Stern | 1962
Louise Bouirgoin in ‘Le Passe’ Premiere - The 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival
Christian LaCroix, 1988
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art
I knew this was 80’s Lacroix before I scrolled down and read it. For its time, it was perfect.
Jeanne Lanvin, 1922
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
It’s almost worth the $19.99 to buy these and then throw them off the end of the Earth.
Oh god, Mark Lisanti is about to encounter the media shitstorm that is the Vibram Five Fingers Fandom.
^^Holy shit, this!^^
I would wear this on my motorcycle.
i feel like there are people following me who would be into thisShit.
Someone teach me how to make this
Court train, First Empire
The use of platinum metallic thread to decorate this train is an indication of its exceptional status. This embroidery includes horns of plenty and flowers in full bloom in relief, demonstrating the exceptional skill of the embroiderers who supplied the imperial court with the official costumes Napoleon demanded. The trains were attached to the dress by a system of straps concealed among the armhole pleats. At a later period, trains were simply attached by a tie below the bust. This second system of attachment was only suitable for trains made of lighter fabric, not for heavy velvet trains.”
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Spectacular Edible Outfits Made of Ordinary Foods
Wearable Foods is an eye-catching series by Korean artist Yeonju Sung that presents a line of edible fashion. With these outfits, you won’t have to worry about getting food on your clothes. Using a variety of ingredients as her medium, the crafty artist has constructed a multitude of garments with consumable goods that include (but are not limited to) bananas, mushrooms, tomatoes, eggplants, bread, eggs, and even bubble gum.
While you can spend all of the money in the world on your clothing, getting the attention of that special someone often comes down to how you look at them. Remember: You can feel yourself under the gaze of someone whose eyes you do not see, not even discern. All that is necessary is something to signify to you that there may be others there. The gaze is not the subject’s but the object’s.
Yes, but if I have to do it while wearing that hat I would rather kill myself.
Many fashionistas know that when it comes to Christian Louboutin prices for beautiful shoes, it can get ridicules. But this time, it got even more ridicules with the price then usual.
This covered with dazzling sparkly crystals “Daffodile” costs $6,395! I have seen some very expensive shoes before and I actually dreamed of having them in my closet, but when I look at this shoe I don’t really like it. I would not even pay for this shoe $300. Just my personal opinion. But if you are in love with this shoe, click here to buy.
Click here to buy.
I must have missed the shark, but Louboutin has clearly jumped it.
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