lamorbidezza:

Antonio Berardi Spring 2012 Details

lamorbidezza:

Antonio Berardi Spring 2012 Details

frogmakesart:

That was supposed to be just a quick and simple mermaid drawing, but then I did a background. What’s gotten into me?!

frogmakesart:

That was supposed to be just a quick and simple mermaid drawing, but then I did a background. What’s gotten into me?!

wgsn:

Getting in the mood for autumn already with this leather sleeved varsity jacket by Finger in the Nose.

wgsn:

Getting in the mood for autumn already with this leather sleeved varsity jacket by Finger in the Nose.

getwiththe40s:

1940’s fur scissor hat and muff/handbag set available @playclothes now! $95 #1940s #playclothes #vintagefur #vintagemuff #dapperday by playclothes http://ift.tt/1rUgt4Z

getwiththe40s:

1940’s fur scissor hat and muff/handbag set available @playclothes now! $95 #1940s #playclothes #vintagefur #vintagemuff #dapperday by playclothes http://ift.tt/1rUgt4Z

tokyo-fashion:

Just posted 150 pictures of pretty yukata on the streets of Harajuku during the Jingu Gaien Fireworks Festival. We love Harajuku’s fun atmosphere during the festival - and we love seeing all of the colorful summer yukata on the street. Hope you enjoy the pics!

I have to wonder, what would that anger look like if it was not stereotyped or rendered in creative works. What if we cannot vilify black women as verbally emasculating, sexually available, childishly vindictive, or a stereotypical militant? What if an angry black woman does not have her fist in the air like the horrible 2008 New Yorker parody of Michelle Obama with an afro, a bullet belt, combat boots, and an AK-47 strapped to her back? What if the “angry woman” is silent? What will she look like if she is not crying? That “angry woman” might look like any woman you know.
Tara Betts, "Any Woman You Know" - from Zora Magazine's most recent issue, "Notes on Anger" (via literallykorra)
lamorbidezza:

The “Venus” dress from Christian Dior Haute Couture Fall 1949 

lamorbidezza:

The “Venus” dress from Christian Dior Haute Couture Fall 1949