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jhilla:

Vintage Lapel treatments.

Valentino, Jimmy Walker, Aldous Huxley, Cooper

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jhilla:

LBM 1911 Casentino Overcoat in the same configuration as my grail
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this coat.

jhilla:

LBM 1911 Casentino Overcoat in the same configuration as my grail

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this coat.

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stopdropandvogue:

Kate Moss in “Kate” for Love #9 Spring 2013 photographed by Tim Walker

stopdropandvogue:

Kate Moss in “Kate” for Love #9 Spring 2013 photographed by Tim Walker

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milstil:

Never grow up - the shabby public schoolboy chic of British artist David Hockney. I am quite jealous of the nonchalant ‘haircut’. Hockney never changed it, and it gives his apprearence that instant recognizability, very useful in an age where everyone is more or less forced to brand him or herself on the various social media platforms. Designer Karl Lagerfeld’s ponytail, fashion editor Anna Wintour’s bobline and London mayor Boris Johnson’s wild locks have a similar quality. Click on the images to enlarge them.

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jesuisperdu:

hopes for 2013: the fall of bro-torial; less bullshit, talent weighing more than branding; less filler images; better films; bridge between mainstream and conceptual art fully developed, established then sustained; less basic bitches; more art thieves; more people getting called out for trying to jack someone’s sway [not looting, more stealing]; aliens


Kate Moss by Ryan McGinley for W

Kate Moss by Ryan McGinley for W

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voxsart:

David Hockney.
By Cecil Beaton.

voxsart:

David Hockney.

By Cecil Beaton.

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