punkchild:

teen-trauma:

kate-jam-and-diamonds:

Tommy Hilfiger S/S 1997 show, London 1996

how is this even possible….

damn




I am so in love with this picture.
I love the messy hair, and the black under her tired eyes, his unbuttoned shirt. I like the imperfections in this picture yet they’re genuinely smiling and happy.

this is my favourite picture ever

Looks like the “guilty photo”

the best pic
kitty-en-classe:

Paul Almásy, Jeune couple s’embrassant sur les quais de la Seine (au parc ‘Vert Galant’, Ile de la Cité, Paris, 1961)
vitium:

I USED TO BE SO IN LOVE WITH THEM AS A KID AND TODAY AT 20 YEARS OLD IM IN LOVE AGAIN WHAT THE HELL

LIV TYLER, KATE MOSS and  JOHNNY DEPP  
sublimespy:

Paris!
13
luizaceruti:

expect drawings!
149
reefmagazine:

 Book Review: Alexa Chung’s “It”
By: Emilia
As many people know, Alexa Chung, a model, writer, artist, and a huge fashion inspiration, has published a book. The book goes by the name “It” and is dressed in a rose textile, making it easy on the eyes. With the book’s very minimalistic design, edgy writing, and very neutral yet elegant pages, it has to be one of my favorites. It is complied of stories, drawings, photos, and fashion advice – all exclusively by the one and only, Alexa Chung.
The book almost reminds me of a short journal/fashion bible. Miss Chung includes her many thoughts, some cozy stories from her past, and her simple drawings, which all seem to have made a place in my heart. Every single page has a very elegant yet modern twist to it. I could expect nothing less from Alexa Chung, but a beautifully written book with gorgeous illustrations and unique themes.
To be completely and utterly honest, when I first read the few pages of this book, I wasn’’t in absolute love with it. It seemed almost not enough, maybe a little too raw, and a bit too simple at some times. It wasn’t until I thought about what I read and seriously thought about all the pictures I had just seen, when I realized how personal this book was. I can relate to her. Which sounds downright insane, but it’s true. I can relate to a insanely famous model, actress, and writer. And that’s what it comes down to – behind all the makeup and interviews and photo shoots — she is just a girl always inspiring to be something in the midst of a mad, daft world. And the question is; aren’t we all? We are all struggling to find ourselves and even when we think we have – we haven’t.
Her writing is very simple, but also gives off a cushy, warm feeling. After I put this book down (yes, I read it in a whole entire sitting) I felt as if I knew Miss Chung. I felt as if she had told me these stories personally. She shares superb advice on makeup, guys, and how to become a master at karaoke. I am in love with all her inspirations – She explains why she loves them and exactly what she has gained from them.
This book is for fashion bloggers, lovers, and whoever is stuck in an inspiration drought. It is the perfect book to read in the morning during your breakfast, while you’re on the subway, and in the middle of the night when you cannot sleep. Keep it around your house so you have a model’s fashion advice on hand at all times. It is also pretty enough to take countless pictures of, perfect for your blog or instagram.
So pick up this book and take it to your favorite café. Go on a journey with Alexa Chung. Get that jealous feeling in the pit of your stomach as she tells you stories, and take your time as you look over some of her illustrations. Remember some of her quotes – I’ll guarantee you they will stick with you for a long time.
Photographer: Lee Ann
malingabriella:

Malin Gabriella Nordin, 2014
Studio visit by photographer Erik Wåhlström
Erik’s tumblr: http://blog.erikwahlstrom.se/
glitthery:

Anna Karina
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beatpie:

Kip & Co.