blame it on my wild heart
virare:

“Intervalo” by Martina Hoogland Ivanow for L’officiel Brazil September 2007
culturaleuse:

Fleetwood Mac
rebekahcampbellphoto:

Faces at the A Détacher SS15 Show for Oyster by Rebekah Campbell

backstage at Miharayasuhiro FW 12-13.
ph. Franck Prevel
Witches preferred to cut enemies dead with a look. There was no sense in killing your enemy. How would she know you’d won?
Terry Pratchett, Wintersmith  (via mirroir)

(Source: abstractconcept1, via woman-unkind)

gingerastaire:

Marlene Dietrich by Milton Greene, 1953
billowy:

Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975), dir. Peter Weir

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blueblackdream:

Anne Bancroft in The Graduate, 1967 (dir. Mike Nichols)
naimabarcelona:

Ming & Sui photographed for Elle China March 2013.

"You have to be strong and tough and intelligent and smart and kind of plan out what you’re going to say and know who you are. So that people will get that right away. Because then they’re always going to be great to you. And they’re always going to treat you with respect. And that’s what you want, because then they listen to you. And then they listen to your songs. And then they give you a chance. Otherwise, you get nowhere."
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