One Girl Revolution
One Girl Revolution
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valscrapbook:

Polar exhibition. Photography by Yves Borgwardt
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agentlewoman:

Shia LaBeouf for Interview Magazine November 2014
photography: Craig Mcdeanstyling: Karl Templer
agentlewoman:

Shia LaBeouf for Interview Magazine November 2014
photography: Craig Mcdeanstyling: Karl Templer
agentlewoman:

Shia LaBeouf for Interview Magazine November 2014
photography: Craig Mcdeanstyling: Karl Templer
agentlewoman:

Shia LaBeouf for Interview Magazine November 2014
photography: Craig Mcdeanstyling: Karl Templer
agentlewoman:

Shia LaBeouf for Interview Magazine November 2014
photography: Craig Mcdeanstyling: Karl Templer
agentlewoman:

Shia LaBeouf for Interview Magazine November 2014
photography: Craig Mcdeanstyling: Karl Templer
agentlewoman:

Shia LaBeouf for Interview Magazine November 2014
photography: Craig Mcdeanstyling: Karl Templer
agentlewoman:

Shia LaBeouf for Interview Magazine November 2014
photography: Craig Mcdeanstyling: Karl Templer
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explore-blog:

Italo Calvino was offered the 1985–1986 term of the prestigious Charles Eliot Norton Professorship of Poetry at Harvard. He died weeks before he was scheduled to deliver his lectures, but working on them, his wife recalls, was the obsession of his final months. 
Calvino’s manuscripts for the lectures, in which he looks back on “the millennium of the book” and peers forward into what the future might hold for “the expressive, cognitive, and imaginative possibilities” of language and literature, were his last legacy. 
Here is Calvino’s enduring wisdom from the first lecture, a magnificent meditation on lightness. 
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underneath-the-southern-moon:

Bethany Gosvener
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artafrica:

Peter Beard
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"You have to fight for your work – everybody has to. You have to be able to get knocked down and stand back up. You can’t let it stay on your shoulders."
Bruce Weber (via thetalks)
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CL summer 2012
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"We are not meant to stay wounded. We are supposed to move through our tragedies and challenges and to help each other move through the many painful episodes of our lives. By remaining stuck in the power of our wounds, we block our own transformation. We overlook the greater gifts inherent in our wounds — the strength to overcome them and the lessons that we are meant to receive through them. Wounds are the means through which we enter the hearts of other people. They are meant to teach us to become compassionate and wise."
Caroline Myss
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isabel marant
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