thefashionofaudrey:

The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed with Mr. Famous (her Yorkshire) by Elio Sorci in Rome (Italy), in October 1959.
Audrey was wearing:
Coat: Hermès (of wool, tobacco color, of the collection for the Autumn/Winter 1957/58).
Shoes: Gucci.

thefashionofaudrey:

The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed with Mr. Famous (her Yorkshire) by Elio Sorci in Rome (Italy), in October 1959.

Audrey was wearing:

  • Coat: Hermès (of wool, tobacco color, of the collection for the Autumn/Winter 1957/58).
  • ShoesGucci.

(via fuckyeahaudreyhepburn)


africanaquarian:

sonofthehulk:

90sdefect:

Word? So Cinderella was black?

Nah she was Egyptian

Since when is Egypt not in Africa?

Um, since when were Africans automatically black?!#maghrebbitches

africanaquarian:

sonofthehulk:

90sdefect:

Word? So Cinderella was black?

Nah she was Egyptian

Since when is Egypt not in Africa?

Um, since when were Africans automatically black?!

#maghrebbitches

(via east-coast-thorough)


langleav:

New poem! This was inspired by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s, The Little Prince. Hope you like it! Also check out my new book Lullabies, due for release in Sep and now available for pre-order from all major book stores and online here xo Lang 

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eretzyisrael:

Megillat Esther - Middle East ( 18th century)

The first segment is filled out in old Persian or early Yemenite ornaments. Scroll is put on a wooden rod with a short handle. The tooling of the rod is made up of 4 circular indentations.


Chag purim sameach, everyone!

eretzyisrael:

Megillat Esther - Middle East ( 18th century)

The first segment is filled out in old Persian or early Yemenite ornaments. Scroll is put on a wooden rod with a short handle. The tooling of the rod is made up of 4 circular indentations.

Chag purim sameach, everyone!


cosycastiel:

Finished reading allegiant.

Just finished Allegiant.


superbestiario:

True Romance: The Heartache of Wartime Farewells, April 1943 by Alfred Eisenstaedt at the height of the Second World War.

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aestheticgoddess:

Salvador Dali, The Elephants, 1948

aestheticgoddess:

Salvador Dali, The Elephants, 1948

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