fashion-runways:

'Her Universe' fashion show @ Comic Con 2014 - Doctor Doom

Krikor Jabotian AKHTAMAR 2014

strangelykatie:

Princess Mononoke print!

strangelykatie:

Princess Mononoke print!

fripperiesandfobs:

Charles James evening dress, 1952
From the Metropolitan Museum of Art Pinterest

fripperiesandfobs:

Charles James evening dress, 1952

From the Metropolitan Museum of Art Pinterest

myfriendisaac:

-Little Shop of Horrors: my favorite scenes in the musical-to-movie adaptation involve Crystal, Ronette, & Chiffon. They not only narrate the entire story through song, they’re always in matching head-to-toe monochromatic outfits too.

hivvx:

spookyhouse:

mewnette:

kateordie:

super-maam:

The woman that voices Tree Trunks just won Best Dressed Woman in all of San Antonio, Texas and she is fabulous.
http://sacurrent.com/bosa/best-dressed-woman-1.1672252 

Take THAT, Ryan North!

That’s Tree Trunks??!!! ♥

oh my goodness she is so cute!!!

look at this dress I’m in love

hivvx:

spookyhouse:

mewnette:

kateordie:

super-maam:

The woman that voices Tree Trunks just won Best Dressed Woman in all of San Antonio, Texas and she is fabulous.

http://sacurrent.com/bosa/best-dressed-woman-1.1672252 

Take THAT, Ryan North!

That’s Tree Trunks??!!! ♥

oh my goodness she is so cute!!!

look at this dress I’m in love

bobbycaputo:

Sébastien Lifshitz Documents Hidden LGBT Relationships From The Early 20th Century

Filmmaker Sébastien Lifshitz began compiling vintage photographs of queer couples when he happened upon a photo album that he realized contained the life a lesbian couple. Intrigued by the visibility with which they claimed with these photographs, despite living in the early to mid 20th century, when homosexuality was less accepted and more hidden that it is now, Lifshitz filmed a documentary - Les Invisibles (2012) – chronicling the lives of LGBT couples born between the two World Wars. Lifshitz just released a companion photo book -The Invisibles: Vintage Portraits of Love and Pride last month. These images capture a lifestyle that was largely invisible to the mainstream culture to which it belonged. Photography was a way for queer communities to be visible to each other and to document the lives they led, however invisible they were to the heteronormative culture of their time.

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hermione:

Brit Marling photographed by Amanda de Cadenet for Violet Magazine

colinlepper:

Never Stop Cycling - A Stop motion short film about the daily cycles we all fall in to.

My thesis film, hope you enjoy it!