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May 16, 2014 / 57 notes

Andrew Garfield in his dancing scene in Arcade Fire’s ‘We Exist’ x

I’m finished with exams and headed home for the month of March! #TempeTownLake #arizonaforever
Feb 27, 2014

I’m finished with exams and headed home for the month of March! #TempeTownLake #arizonaforever

Feb 26, 2014 / 474,234 notes

Ralph Lauren Fall 2014 RTW
Feb 20, 2014 / 24 notes

Ralph Lauren Fall 2014 RTW

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I promise I’ll love you forever
if you please just don’t make me
start now.

What I mean is, on some nights I miss you so much
that I never want to see you again.
Ali Shapiro, excerpt from “If I Leave You Then Maybe I Won’t Have To Miss You So Much”  (via aesthetic-gypsy)

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Feb 18, 2014 / 10,167 notes
jimbargas:

'Twisted Mountain'
Robin Purcell
Feb 18, 2014 / 741 notes

jimbargas:

'Twisted Mountain'

Robin Purcell

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Feb 16, 2014 / 1,659 notes

Maison Martin Margiela Spring 1998 Ready to WearPhotographer: Mark BorthwickModel: Chloë Sevigny 
Feb 15, 2014 / 1,513 notes

Maison Martin Margiela Spring 1998 Ready to Wear
Photographer: Mark Borthwick
Model: Chloë Sevigny 

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freepeople:

Free People Models Off Duty
Feb 11, 2014 / 84,032 notes
Labeling women as “crazy” is a way of controlling them. It may not be something planned or pre-meditated, but the ease with which men call women “crazy” says a lot about them. Calling a woman “crazy” is a quick and easy shut-down to any discussion. Once the “crazy” card has been pulled out, women are now put on the defensive: the onus is no longer on the man to address her concerns or her issue, it’s on her to justify her behavior, to prove that she is not, in fact, crazy or irrational. Men don’t even have to provide any sort of argument back – it’s a classic catch-22; “the fact that you don’t even see that you’re acting crazy is just proof that it’s crazy.”
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