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wetheurban:

FASHION: Wildfox x Barbie Lookbook

This Autumn Mattel aka Barbie have teamed up with three clothing brands; Forever 21, Lord & Taylor & Wildfox to launch a range of Barbie inspired clothing for adults!

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comewithmefeelmybones:

thenextfamous:

ashi-ross:

OKAY NATHAN

NATHAN idek him btw

"TEACHER, NATHAN IS DOING THAT THING AGAIN"

comewithmefeelmybones:

thenextfamous:

ashi-ross:

OKAY NATHAN

NATHAN idek him btw

"TEACHER, NATHAN IS DOING THAT THING AGAIN"

(via pas-de-chat-saute-de-chat)

beremylovechild:

When Nicki Minaj came out with Anaconda the media was like

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But now that J.lo & Iggy  have came out with the equally explicit “Booty “they’re like

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lol fuck media

(via fashion-cd)

smallmeow:

cloudy wavy what have you 

(via hys-ter-ic)

watchin that sun set

watchin that sun set

lelaid:

Lauren Hutton by Richard Avedon, 1969

lelaid:

Lauren Hutton by Richard Avedon, 1969

(via fashion-cd)

kingdomoftheballerino:

Carla Korbes and Batkurel Bold in dress rehearsal for Concerto Barocco

kingdomoftheballerino:

Carla Korbes and Batkurel Bold in dress rehearsal for Concerto Barocco

(via theballetblog)

smallmeow:

Dumping phone photos

smallmeow:

Dumping phone photos

thattallsummonerguy:

ohhhdeer:

practicing yoga with my husband

This is soooo perfect

thattallsummonerguy:

ohhhdeer:

practicing yoga with my husband

This is soooo perfect

(via delanenerem)

The most moving tribute to NYC and the victims of 9/11 you’ll ever see.

New York City Ballet presents NEW BEGINNINGS on September 12, 2013. Filmed at sunrise on the 57th floor of 4WTC in lower Manhattan, this short film captures an extraordinary and moving performance of Christopher Wheeldon’s After the Rain. It is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit, and a tribute to the future of the city that New York City Ballet calls home. (Dancers: Maria Kowroski and Ask la Cour)

kameliendame:


George Balanchine, Tchaikovsky Pas De Deux
Suzanne Farrell and Peter Martins, 1976
ph. King Douglas

"This shot is not posed—that is, they are in the middle of a rehearsal on stage. The stage was lit only with work lights, and I knew they wouldn’t provide adequate or attractive light for this photo opportunity, so I brought in one of my large, soft-box electronic strobes which I placed downstage right, out of the way of the dancers.
I like that both their faces are silhouetted in profile. Notice the callous on Suzanne’s left elbow…it’s not a bruise. I wonder what caused that.” [source]

kameliendame:

George Balanchine, Tchaikovsky Pas De Deux

Suzanne Farrell and Peter Martins, 1976

ph. King Douglas

"This shot is not posed—that is, they are in the middle of a rehearsal on stage. The stage was lit only with work lights, and I knew they wouldn’t provide adequate or attractive light for this photo opportunity, so I brought in one of my large, soft-box electronic strobes which I placed downstage right, out of the way of the dancers.

I like that both their faces are silhouetted in profile. Notice the callous on Suzanne’s left elbow…it’s not a bruise. I wonder what caused that.” [source]

(via theballetblog)

smallmeow:

Okay.

smallmeow:

Okay.