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double spring/summer 2013
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double spring/summer 2013

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Jane Birkin
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Jane Birkin


"John Foreman, the producer, once gave a description of me that I love and cherish. He said, ‘Paul Newman gets up every morning, walks to the window, and scans the horizon for enemies.’”
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"John Foreman, the producer, once gave a description of me that I love and cherish. He said, ‘Paul Newman gets up every morning, walks to the window, and scans the horizon for enemies.’”

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Cybill Shepherd in The Last Picture Show (1971)


“I’ve learned that you can’t run away from your problems. If that sounds corny, I apologize, but it takes a lot of learning just to get that far. I no longer expect things around me to be perfect or ever to be perfectly satisfied with myself. I used to have absurd pictures of what my life ought to be like - and when it didn’t go along that way, I’d go to pieces. But I’ve discovered that part of the wonderful richness of the world is in it’s imperfections.”
- Judy Garland
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I’ve learned that you can’t run away from your problems. If that sounds corny, I apologize, but it takes a lot of learning just to get that far. I no longer expect things around me to be perfect or ever to be perfectly satisfied with myself. I used to have absurd pictures of what my life ought to be like - and when it didn’t go along that way, I’d go to pieces. But I’ve discovered that part of the wonderful richness of the world is in it’s imperfections.

- Judy Garland

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Twin Peaks postcards by Paul Willoughby, 2012.

Sometimes, carrying on, just carrying on, is the superhuman achievement.
Albert Camus, The Fall  (via larmoyante)

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People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own soul. One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.
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You don’t want to wake up, do you?

Under the Skin (2014)

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weirdvintage:

War correspondent Lee Miller taking a bath in Hitler’s own bathtub, inside his abandoned apartment in Munich, Germany. The photo was taken on the same day that Hitler committed suicide, April 30th 1945.  Photo by David E. Scherman.  (via)
Jul 27, 2014 / 1,124 notes

weirdvintage:

War correspondent Lee Miller taking a bath in Hitler’s own bathtub, inside his abandoned apartment in Munich, Germany. The photo was taken on the same day that Hitler committed suicide, April 30th 1945.  Photo by David E. Scherman.  (via)

maudelynn:

Lee Miller; Marion Morehouse, bromide print, 1929
by Cecil Beaton © Condé Nast via National Portrait Gallery
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maudelynn:

Lee Miller; Marion Morehouse, bromide print, 1929

by Cecil Beaton © Condé Nast via National Portrait Gallery

fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

Lee Miller was a woman ahead of her time. She ran away to New York at age 15 to become a dancer. She serendipitously met the founder of Vogue, Conde Nast, when he saved her from being hit by a car. She became a fashion photographer. But when she became bored with that, she moved on to Paris. She became the lover of Man Ray, a surrealist. She began studying photography with him and soon surpassed him. She left him to return to New York, and left him wandering the streets of Paris, screaming her name. Lee did many things in her life and I can’t say them all. She was a great war correspondant in WWII, photographing D-Day and the concentration camps. She was married to an Egyptian Nobleman and hung out with Picasso. Oh, she was also a grade A badass and one of the most beautiful women in history. 
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fuckyeahhistorycrushes:

Lee Miller was a woman ahead of her time. She ran away to New York at age 15 to become a dancer. She serendipitously met the founder of Vogue, Conde Nast, when he saved her from being hit by a car. She became a fashion photographer. But when she became bored with that, she moved on to Paris. She became the lover of Man Ray, a surrealist. She began studying photography with him and soon surpassed him. She left him to return to New York, and left him wandering the streets of Paris, screaming her name. 

Lee did many things in her life and I can’t say them all. She was a great war correspondant in WWII, photographing D-Day and the concentration camps. She was married to an Egyptian Nobleman and hung out with Picasso. Oh, she was also a grade A badass and one of the most beautiful women in history. 

wandrlust:

Roland Penrose and Lee Miller, Sedona, Arizona, 1946
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Roland Penrose and Lee Miller, Sedona, Arizona, 1946