I want to be on the list for this
notordinaryfashion:

Peter Pilotto F/W 2014-15

I want to be on the list for this

notordinaryfashion:

Peter Pilotto F/W 2014-15

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Looks like my kind of book- my kind of cover
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Elaine Dundy /// The Dud Avocado
"Is it OK to have the hots for someone who doesn’t exist?" and other surprisingly futuristic questions it seems like I shouldn’t be asking.

Looks like my kind of book- my kind of cover

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Elaine Dundy /// The Dud Avocado

"Is it OK to have the hots for someone who doesn’t exist?" and other surprisingly futuristic questions it seems like I shouldn’t be asking.

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How much do I need this dress? My fav things: black, velvet, hearts, puff sleeves, a-line

How much do I need this dress? My fav things: black, velvet, hearts, puff sleeves, a-line

Great #remix quote by Jarmusch

Great #remix quote by Jarmusch

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Chandeliers a la plage - don’t mind if I do

Chandeliers a la plage - don’t mind if I do

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celiabasto:

100% ART


Love this art piece made of collaged sheet music #remixrethink @Braddo

celiabasto:

100% ART

Love this art piece made of collaged sheet music #remixrethink @Braddo

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We live in an age of sound bites, and there is something about learning how to speak effectively and in small ways that is important. Say big things in small ways.

NPR creative director Liz Danzico on The Great Discontent. Pair with Neil deGrasse Tyson on the art of the soundbite

Legendary anthropologist Margaret Mead once wrote:

If one cannot state a matter clearly enough so that even an intelligent twelve-year-old can understand it, one should remain within the cloistered walls of the university and laboratory until one gets a better grasp of one’s subject matter.

Previous TGD interviews have included Debbie MillmanAustin KleonJohn Maeda, and yours truly.

(via explore-blog)

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Anaïs, I don’t know how to tell you what I feel. I live in perpetual expectancy. You come and the time slips away in a dream. It is only when you go that I realize completely your presence. And then it is too late. You numb me. […] This is a little drunken, Anaïs. I am saying to myself “here is the first woman with whom I can be absolutely sincere.” I remember your saying - “you could fool me, I wouldn’t know it.” When I walk along the boulevards and think of that. I can’t fool you - and yet I would like to. I mean that I can never be absolutely loyal - it’s not in me. I love women, or life, too much - which it is, I don’t know. But laugh, Anaïs, I love to hear you laugh. You are the only woman who has a sense of gaiety, a wise tolerance - no more, you seem to urge me to betray you. I love you for that. […]
I don’t know what to expect of you, but it is something in the way of a miracle. I am going to demand everything of you - even the impossible, because you encourage it. You are really strong. I even like your deceit, your treachery. It seems aristocratic to me.
Henry Miller to his Anais Nin

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