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Posted on April/2/2012 with 703 notes

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Fashion Week Street Style

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Fashion Week Street Style


Posted on April/2/2012 with 13 notes

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Ashton Kutcher Set To Play Steve Jobs

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According to Variety, Ashton Kutcher has been cast to play Steve Jobs in the new indie flick Jobs — the movie will follow Steve’s life from “wayward hippie to co-founder of Apple”. Not a huge of fan of Ashton’s acting, for what it’s worth though, he does look like a younger version of Steve, so I guess the casting makes sense. But I still think Noah Wyle should be getting the role instead! He was so good as Steve on Pirates of Silicon Valley!


Posted on April/2/2012 with 25 notes

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rachel zoe, this looked so much better not in black and white


rachel zoe, this looked so much better not in black and white

(Source: black-and-white-fashion-world)


Posted on November/28/2011 with 3,296 notes

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FASCINATION Photo Album

By Vintage Clothes - Paloma de la Cruz


Posted on November/14/2011 with 1 note

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FASCINATION by VINTAGE CLOTHES

Model/Actress: Alessia Seravalle
Styling: Vintage Clothes by Paloma de la Cruz
Music by The Glass


Posted on November/11/2011

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HELP SUPPORT THE BLACK AMERICANA SERIES (CLICK HERE)

“BLACK AMERICANA:  The Photo-Essay” 

Vol. 1 - Island in the Sun

“Black Americana” is a four part photo-essay presenting a commentary on Black American life and patriotism.

When we weren’t marching, dodging fire hoses, and police dogs biting at our brown skin – when we weren’t singing songs of freedom, and training how to peacefully resist in southern sit-ins, we were doing what other Americans did – we went to the beach. “Island in the Sun”, a first installment in the ground-breaking series “Black Americana” re-introduces, and reclaims the image – the representation of free Black women and men living their lives openly and beautifully. The series seeks to offer a broader lens of Black American life not often seen – a restoration of Black bodies on a summer day in 1950’s America. “The beach setting is significant.” says Brandon Littlejohn, Creative Producer of “Black Americana”. “Beaches are visually associated with affluence in urban areas because of Black people’s limited access.” Littlejohn continues, “I wanted to capture Black young women and men in these spaces, because after all, this was a reality for Black people during this time.” This is the other side of the southern Black domestic worker; the other side of the Black male porter. This too was Black American life, in all of its splendor.

- Geneva S. Thomas

Creative Producer - Brandon Littlejohn

Photographer - Rod Gailes OBC

Wardrobe Design - Jamari Walker

Makeup Design - Dominique Jenelle

Hair Design - Shirlonda Brailsford

Casting - Latrice Davis

Women’s Bathing Suits designed by D’ Angelo Scott

Models - (Tope Alabi, Desmond Amofah, Ngozi Assata, Tradell Hawkins, Stephanie Kyereme, Titilayo Mutushi, Robert Vance)

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Creative Producer, Brandon Littlejohn, and Photographer, Rod Gailes OBC, are collaborating to create a brilliant four-part photography series that showcases classic American settings through an Afro-Elite lens. The “Black Americana” series encourages African Americans to challenge societal messages about Blackness, while aspiring to higher levels of art and education on their own terms. Creating opportunities in the creative industry via a collective effort and artistically challenging the way African Americans have been conditioned to see themselves are two main goals of the “Black Americana” series. 

-Taylor N. Lewis


Posted on November/8/2011 with 5,492 notes

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Posted on November/8/2011 with 99 notes

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Morning Coffee

Morning Coffee


Posted on November/8/2011 with 28,271 notes

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Carola Remer by Camilla Åkrans for Vogue Deutsch September 2011


Carola Remer by Camilla Åkrans for Vogue Deutsch September 2011


Posted on November/8/2011 with 92 notes

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Posted on October/31/2011 with 7,855 notes

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Vogue Germany, October 1992Model: Helena Barquilla 

Vogue Germany, October 1992
Model: Helena Barquilla 


Posted on October/31/2011 with 325 notes

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WRIST OF THE DAY
Why not wear a scarf as a bracelet?

WRIST OF THE DAY

Why not wear a scarf as a bracelet?


Posted on October/31/2011 with 1,245 notes

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