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fourchu:

Fall Clothes

villa-kulla:

"The first time I met Bryan Cranston, he was standing in his underwear. We were doing a photo shoot for a little-known network called AMC, and he was in a rubber chemistry apron, tighty whities and desert boots, while I was in an impeccably tailored 1960s suit, with slicked-back hair and a cigarette dangling from my mouth. Our shows hadn’t premiered yet. We were simply two actors, in costume and out of context. He was friendly, funny, gregarious, humble and lovely.” - Jon Hamm

Rodeo Magazine, 2011

fashionsprose:

Details at Michael Kors RTW S/S 2015

wmagazine:

Girls Just Want to Have Fun

Backstage at Moschino Spring 2015 with photographer Greg Kessler. 

sooooooooooo it turns out it’s actually really difficult to come up with a subject for your senior thesis

Homecoming
Kanye West
82,595 plays

Do you think about me now and then?

grandmafupa:

Painfully average looking with a great sense of humor and always down to get drunk

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Faces at the A Détacher SS15 Show for Oyster by Rebekah Campbell

The story’s been told time and again that Vampire Weekend were once just four guys bouncing around Columbia University making music before they hit it big. While at Columbia, frontman Ezra Koenig was an English and Creative Writing major and contributed to on-campus publications.

A 2006 edition of Quarto, the undergraduate literary magazine of the university’s creative writing department, was recently unearthed. In it, you can find a five-paragraph short story called “Off the Grid” by Koenig, then a college senior. It deals with themes familiar to any Vampire Weekend fan: love, New York, finding your place in the world. Also, his contributor’s bio is as prescient as prescient gets:

Ezra Koenig is a senior English and Creative Writing major. He enjoys writing short prose pieces and pop songs, especially about post-hippie domesticity and the tenuous connection between preppiness and colonialism.

(via Pitchfork)

hautekills:

Antonio Marras s/s 2015

2headedsnake:

David Lynch

'Emily Scream #1', 2008

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