TentaclesAndLace

detailsdetales:

Interior of the Sagrada Família

Barcelona, Spain

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beautifulsouthasianbrides:

Outfits by:Tarun Tahiliani

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apolonisaphrodisia:

"Into The Abyss"

Photographer: E-Jane

Model: Tatyana Tkachenko

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willnobilis:

spyderqueen:

idontevenhaveone:

deepdarkmarvellous:

kurozukin:

DEAR GOD IT’S A PEN. IT’S A FOUNTAIN PEN THAT LOOKS LIKE A SQUID. Why do such things exist if they can never be mine??? The closest I’m likely to get to a fountain pen that looks like a squid is the Pilot Pluminix.

(From here; photos from here.)

For a zailor and a scholar. Zcholar? No, let’s not be gratuitous.

HOLY SHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT.

Hmmm, to show Mom or not to show Mom…

No, no ….gratuity works here. Let us be gratuitous! Magnanimous even!

scrapscallion:

When we talk about androgynous fashion, we usually mean female-presenting people in outfits that incorporate or echo menswear. One seldom sees male-presenting people doing the same with womenswear, at least in the mainstream.
I think some of that must be a side effect of the privileging of traits, roles, and characteristics associated with masculinity over those associated with femininity—a woman in masculine-associated roles or clothing is moving in the direction of higher status and increased social privilege, at least implicitly; a man in feminine-associated roles or clothing, lower. We associate women in menswear with freedom and assertion; men in womenswear with deviation, grotesquerie, and parody.
How fucked up is that?

scrapscallion:

When we talk about androgynous fashion, we usually mean female-presenting people in outfits that incorporate or echo menswear. One seldom sees male-presenting people doing the same with womenswear, at least in the mainstream.

I think some of that must be a side effect of the privileging of traits, roles, and characteristics associated with masculinity over those associated with femininity—a woman in masculine-associated roles or clothing is moving in the direction of higher status and increased social privilege, at least implicitly; a man in feminine-associated roles or clothing, lower. We associate women in menswear with freedom and assertion; men in womenswear with deviation, grotesquerie, and parody.

How fucked up is that?

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rebekkuma:

moonjellybaby:

Camilla D’ericco

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