cyberho:

Steal her style: Leslie Knope after severe fall into Sullivan Street pit 
Ann Taylor Grey skirt suit  ( $220 )
vivienne Westwood Ladies Orange red bow blouse  ( $159.99 ) 
Steve Madden Wynston Black pumps ( $89.95 ) ( that’s the price for a pair but the look as seen on the picture above requires only 1 shoe so it’ll actually be $44,97 )
cyberho:

Steal her style: Leslie Knope after severe fall into Sullivan Street pit 
Ann Taylor Grey skirt suit  ( $220 )
vivienne Westwood Ladies Orange red bow blouse  ( $159.99 ) 
Steve Madden Wynston Black pumps ( $89.95 ) ( that’s the price for a pair but the look as seen on the picture above requires only 1 shoe so it’ll actually be $44,97 )

cyberho:

Steal her style: Leslie Knope after severe fall into Sullivan Street pit 

Ann Taylor Grey skirt suit  ( $220 )

vivienne Westwood Ladies Orange red bow blouse  ( $159.99 ) 

Steve Madden Wynston Black pumps ( $89.95 ) ( that’s the price for a pair but the look as seen on the picture above requires only 1 shoe so it’ll actually be $44,97 )

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shirt #3 falls to coconut

prayforprada:

STAWP

STAWP 

IT 

STAWP

IT 

RIGHT 

NOW

Naomi backstage @ Chanel Spring/Summer 1993

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girlangel5:

furples:

Hood By Air Spring 2015 PFW

HOH

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teacakes:

reichsstadt:

When I first came across these on tumblr, I did not know what I had just seen. I still don’t completely grasp it. It’s genius.

In my top five campaigns of all time. Absolutely breathtaking - the dual reinterpretation of both Pre-Raphaelite/medieval art and Versace codes. teacakes:

reichsstadt:

When I first came across these on tumblr, I did not know what I had just seen. I still don’t completely grasp it. It’s genius.

In my top five campaigns of all time. Absolutely breathtaking - the dual reinterpretation of both Pre-Raphaelite/medieval art and Versace codes.

teacakes:

reichsstadt:

When I first came across these on tumblr, I did not know what I had just seen. I still don’t completely grasp it. It’s genius.

In my top five campaigns of all time. Absolutely breathtaking - the dual reinterpretation of both Pre-Raphaelite/medieval art and Versace codes.