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womensweardaily:

Interview Magazine’s September 
Issue Bows With Six Covers
Courtesy Photo
Interview magazine will pay tribute to photographers in its September issue, which hits newsstands on Thursday. The magazine tapped six well-known photographers, who chose women whom they felt represented beauty. For More

womensweardaily:

Interview Magazine’s September

Issue Bows With Six Covers

Courtesy Photo

Interview magazine will pay tribute to photographers in its September issue, which hits newsstands on Thursday. The magazine tapped six well-known photographers, who chose women whom they felt represented beauty. For More

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centuriespast:

BERNINI, Gian LorenzoAngel with the Crown of Thorns1667-69Marble, over life-sizeSant’Andrea della Fratte, Rome

centuriespast:

BERNINI, Gian Lorenzo
Angel with the Crown of Thorns
1667-69
Marble, over life-size
Sant’Andrea della Fratte, Rome

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izmedjujaveisna:

January 23 | ‘The Roommate’ Los Angeles Premiere - mq 051 - minka-k.net on We Heart It.

izmedjujaveisna:

January 23 | ‘The Roommate’ Los Angeles Premiere - mq 051 - minka-k.net on We Heart It.

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"I still appreciate individuality. Style is much more interesting than fashion, really."
Marc Jacobs

*Dressed (via glamour)

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vanityfair:

Designed for Destruction | Isabella Blow and Alexander McQueen
For a time, starting in the early 1990s, Isabella Blow and Alexander McQueen were inseparable—fashion muse and master—lovers without the sex. They shared something else: a self-loathing so intense it would devour them both, with Blow’s suicide in 2007 and McQueen’s in 2010. In an adaptation from her new book, Champagne Supernovas, Maureen Callahan reveals how two great British talents lost the battle of their lives.
Photograph by David LaChapelle. 

vanityfair:

Designed for Destruction | Isabella Blow and Alexander McQueen

For a time, starting in the early 1990s, Isabella Blow and Alexander McQueen were inseparable—fashion muse and master—lovers without the sex. They shared something else: a self-loathing so intense it would devour them both, with Blow’s suicide in 2007 and McQueen’s in 2010. In an adaptation from her new book, Champagne Supernovas, Maureen Callahan reveals how two great British talents lost the battle of their lives.

Photograph by David LaChapelle. 

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