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ow lord. WHY have I never seen this before?

ow lord. WHY have I never seen this before?

Ik ga even op hoge hakken roken. Nog nooit gedaan. Voor alles is een eerste keer.


Léa Seydoux - Net-A-Porter Magazine - October 2014

Holy shit this is HOT. I was getting so tired of all the miumiu sassy style photos. MMMMMMM

Léa Seydoux - Net-A-Porter Magazine - October 2014

Holy shit this is HOT. I was getting so tired of all the miumiu sassy style photos. MMMMMMM

paulbudnitz:

THOUGHTS ON APOLLO 13: When everything went to hell, 180,000 miles from earth, there was no help from home. There was nobody who could rush over with a screwdriver or an extra canister of oxygen or more batteries.
The solution they came up with — to use the moon’s gravity to hurl their capsule (roughly the size of a small winnebago) back to earth like a ball on a tether — required them to travel farther away from earth than any human had ever gone before. To get to where they wanted to go, they had to turn their backs and go the other way.
Many of us spend our lives screaming and yelling as we are dragged inevitably towards an end that we cannot avoid. Better to face it, right now, paste a picture of our own death on our fridge and stare at every day when we grab milk for our coffee. Constantly grieving, we find ourselves over and over making choices that take us further and further from the destination we originally had in mind.
Then, even though we may never get where we thought we were going, we inevitably end up back home.

paulbudnitz:

THOUGHTS ON APOLLO 13: When everything went to hell, 180,000 miles from earth, there was no help from home. There was nobody who could rush over with a screwdriver or an extra canister of oxygen or more batteries.

The solution they came up with — to use the moon’s gravity to hurl their capsule (roughly the size of a small winnebago) back to earth like a ball on a tether — required them to travel farther away from earth than any human had ever gone before. To get to where they wanted to go, they had to turn their backs and go the other way.

Many of us spend our lives screaming and yelling as we are dragged inevitably towards an end that we cannot avoid. Better to face it, right now, paste a picture of our own death on our fridge and stare at every day when we grab milk for our coffee. Constantly grieving, we find ourselves over and over making choices that take us further and further from the destination we originally had in mind.

Then, even though we may never get where we thought we were going, we inevitably end up back home.

Pauline Black / Spirit of 69 - a film by Mike Skinner / Dr. Martens

modellesbians:

howtostandforsomething:

The new Dr Martens collection, entitled ‘Spirit of ‘69’, aims to encapsulate the Skinhead ‘look’.They’ve teamed up with a number of renowned brands to create a collection inspired by the original Skinheads of the late ’60s.drmartensofficialhttp://www.drmartens.com

Do you think Doc Marten’s just happened to overlook the part of skinhead history that is violent and all about white power?

It’s an awesome style. And there where a lot of Ska-minded people who just loved the style and music and the whole scene who weren’t into white-power or racism. I think it’s risky, but maybe this way the whole racist-skinhead reference will finally dissapear. And we’ve seen it a while now….
A lot of male models with tattoos, mustaches and beards, dress super skinhead with their pants rolled up high, dark leather boots, white shirt/blouse with suspenders…. The only difference is the facial hair.
And the worst thing is, there a probably more racist people who dress like ‘common’ people than peeps who dress this supercool fashion style.
This film will freshen things up! http://youtu.be/-i7ZM-aeDzo 

modellesbians:

howtostandforsomething:

The new Dr Martens collection, entitled ‘Spirit of ‘69’, aims to encapsulate the Skinhead ‘look’.

They’ve teamed up with a number of renowned brands to create a collection inspired by the original Skinheads of the late ’60s.

drmartensofficial

http://www.drmartens.com

Do you think Doc Marten’s just happened to overlook the part of skinhead history that is violent and all about white power?

It’s an awesome style. And there where a lot of Ska-minded people who just loved the style and music and the whole scene who weren’t into white-power or racism. I think it’s risky, but maybe this way the whole racist-skinhead reference will finally dissapear. And we’ve seen it a while now….

A lot of male models with tattoos, mustaches and beards, dress super skinhead with their pants rolled up high, dark leather boots, white shirt/blouse with suspenders…. The only difference is the facial hair.

And the worst thing is, there a probably more racist people who dress like ‘common’ people than peeps who dress this supercool fashion style.

This film will freshen things up! http://youtu.be/-i7ZM-aeDzo