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AFROPUNK music festival in NYC (x)

I love this 😍

What the fuck they’re so perfect 😩😩😩😍😍😍

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So hey, it turns out that Gillian Anderson dressed up like Morticia Addams was something we all needed in our lives.

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The Supremes play at being paparazzi 


The Supremes play at being paparazzi 

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Summer with Monika (1953)

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Since 2010 New York City-based photographer Sophie Gamand has been using her photography to explore the unique relationship between dogs and people. For an ongoing series entitled Dog Pageant Gamand has been documenting the lives of New York’s “Doggie Moms,” women and men alike who own small dogs and “the dog-oriented events that their lives revolve around.”

The “Doggie moms” are women (and sometimes men) carrying dressed up toy dogs in purses everywhere they go. Through their dogs, they meet regularly, often for animal-related charity events, and for each occasion have their dog wear hundreds of dollars in bedazzled outfits. Pet fashion designers and Pet stylists have emerged, to provide this crowd with always more garments and accessories. It is a thriving business where designers compete, and the Doggie Moms, sometimes acting like Stage Moms, would do anything to see their dogs in the spotlight. Many of these dogs even have their own Facebook page.

In 2013 New York City began hosting an annual charity dog beauty pageant, The NYC Doggies and Tiaras Pageant. The canine contestants compete categories such as talent, active wear and evening wear while attendants raise money for animal charities. That’s where Sophie Gamand took these fabulous portraits of the glamorous dogs and their devoted humans.

Visit Sophie Gamand’s website and Instagram account to check out more of her captivating canine photos, including more photos from her Dog Pageant series.

[via Neatorama and Juxtapoz]

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Various renditions of The Birth of Venus.
(Sandro Botticelli, Alexandre Cabanel, Francois Boucher, William Adolphe Bouguereau, Henri Gervex, Fritz Zuber-Buhler, Eduard Steinbruck)


Movie matinée, Stefanie Klavens

I am constantly trying to communicate something incommunicable, to explain something inexplicable, to tell about something I only feel in my bones and which can only be experienced in those bones.

Franz Kafka, Letters to Milena: Expanded and Revised, in a New Translation (via penseesduchoeur)

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eamonndot said: Actually the best show.

haha you’re tellin me, its an all-time fav

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