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omgthatdress:

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Ceil Chapman, 1950s

Timeless Vixen Vintage

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nopejuststop:

nopejuststop:

nopejuststop:

My baby called me and told me she is running for Vice President, and wanted to read me her speech.
I couldn’t be more proud of her.

So they had the election and she didn’t win, her little heart is so broken. It’s ok though, when she’s changing the world and becomes the president of this fucked up ass country she’ll look back on this. Win or lose I’m my baby’s biggest fan

Would you guys mind doing me a favor? I normally wouldn’t ask you all to do this but would you reblog this so I can show my sister? All of the notes will count as all the votes she didn’t get. I just want her to feel better and I think this would warm her little heart.

nopejuststop:

nopejuststop:

nopejuststop:

My baby called me and told me she is running for Vice President, and wanted to read me her speech.

I couldn’t be more proud of her.

So they had the election and she didn’t win, her little heart is so broken. It’s ok though, when she’s changing the world and becomes the president of this fucked up ass country she’ll look back on this. Win or lose I’m my baby’s biggest fan

Would you guys mind doing me a favor? I normally wouldn’t ask you all to do this but would you reblog this so I can show my sister? All of the notes will count as all the votes she didn’t get. I just want her to feel better and I think this would warm her little heart.

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fashionsfromhistory:

Tiara (Part of Jewelry Suite)

c.1808

Italy 

By tradition this piece, part of a set, is believed to have belonged to Caroline Murat (1782-1839), Queen of Naples. Their accompanying leather box is stamped with a crowned ‘C’ in gold.

Documentary evidence in the archives of the Opificio in Florence and in the archives in Naples suggest that this parure, or set of jewelry, may have been produced in either centre. Hardstone mosaic techniques emerged in Florence, where Ferdinand de’ Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, founded the Grand Ducal Workshop (Opificio delle Pietre Dure) in 1588. It still operates today under the Italian Ministry for Cultural Heritage.

Sir Arthur Gilbert and his wife Rosalinde formed one of the world’s great decorative art collections, including silver, mosaics, enamelled portrait miniatures and gold boxes. Arthur Gilbert donated his extraordinary collection to Britain in 1996.

V&A

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Hannibal collection finished (if you saw me at Dragon Con that Saturday, I was wearing Abattoir and Ripper) and brand-new website and NEW DRYADES COLLECTION, YOU GUYS

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Months later, I still adore this; the David Firth music really makes it. There’s still a good bit of blood, some (disembodied) organs, and a little rotting food, so be warned, but—even without people in it, the show still looks like nothing else I’ve ever seen. (And I’d love to know what season 2 looks like without people.) (Hell, I would love to see a teaser like this for Season 3 Without People.)

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thestraggletag:

atane:

CNN doing what CNN does.

Deep in the Amazon jungle there hides the mysterious Latin American country of China.

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thefluffingtonpost:

PHOTO OP: The Classics Never Go Out of Style

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Love animals as much as we do? Check out explore.org's network of live cams on bears, baby birds, puppies, kittens and more.

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lilhuntychild:

this dog is cute but he has been used for evil

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