right now is everything we know
Oh K-pop please never change.

Oh K-pop please never change.

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heylululu:

Make me choose:
thegenerationofgirls asked: Tiffany with bangs or without bangs

I choose ALL the Tiffanys <3

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1 day ago
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teatimeatwinterpalace:

✧ The Roaring Twenties Spam [05/25] ✧
Lewis Hine, Power House Mechanic. 1920. Library of Congress.

teatimeatwinterpalace:

The Roaring Twenties Spam [05/25]

Lewis Hine, Power House Mechanic. 1920. Library of Congress.

6 days ago
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Just took the official test, and apparently&#8230;I&#8217;m a Never&#8230;
I had a moment where I kind of felt like Sophie&#8230;haha

Just took the official test, and apparently…I’m a Never…

I had a moment where I kind of felt like Sophie…haha

1 day ago
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Ok, Prince George memes are my new favorite thing ever.

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1 day ago
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Audrey Hepburn in Sabrina (1954).

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1 day ago
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teatimeatwinterpalace:

The Roaring Twenties Spam [10/25]

Georges Barbier (1882 - 1932): master French illustrator of the early 1900s. Not much is known about the actual man himself but he was a prolific artist who began his career illustrating for fashion magazines. The interesting thing was that he actually drew his girls in his own designs not those of the couturiers of the day. So he became a fashion designer through his illustrations first. Later he was asked to design theatre and ballet costumes.

Barbier lead a group of artists from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts (School of Fine Art). Vogue nicknamed this group “The Knights of the Bracelet” because of their fashionable dress sense. He also designed jewellery, wallpaper and glass ware.Both Barbier and Erte even designed costumes for Hollywood movies in the 1920s.

He was influenced by Indian miniatures, antique vases and that other master illustrator: Aubrey Beardsley. His exquisite art deco pochoirs perfectly capture the roaring twenties and the jazz era. [x]

6 days ago
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