modcloth:

Red, yellow, green, blue. Click your color to shop the rainbow!

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asylum-art:

"Queen of kings " by Nyree Mackenzie for Moustache magazine

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Photographer/ Creative Director: by Nyree Mackenzie Nyree Photo
Model: Gisèle Pletzer
Stylist / Fashion Director: Tamzen Holland Fashion-Stylist


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hauntedbakery:

mortalityplays:

This is super cool and it’s from The Eighth Day

Our world as kids was full of things that grownups could care less about. Colby Vincent Edwards, William Franevsky and Jarrett Scherff have merged this whimsical occupation of childhood and mixed it with a non-technical future world, a dystopia created by unknown circumstances for their show “The 8th Day” at 5 and 6 Gallery. The collaborative group created a plethora of weapons and costumes, wrapped with twine, adorned with teeth, leathers, weathered and dented and tested in the manner in which they would be in everyday use.

Is Fallout 4 announced yet?

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Micheal Cinco

Micheal Cinco

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Knife dress at The Blonds show Photo by Amanda Hakan

Knife dress at The Blonds show Photo by Amanda Hakan

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collections that are raw as fuck ➝ samuel cirnansck f/w 2014-15

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crissle:

lydiamaris:

Disney princess in haute couture

100% fuck yes.

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spooky-spoon:

I need these for when I become a post-apocalyptic warrior princess.

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hawaii2newyork:

 Hell on Heels.

The shoes at Prabal Gurung could kill. No really. The heels were literally built from steel and could quite feasibly kill a bitch.

Call it, a new revolution. An onslaught of militant models marching down the runway, fully equipped with equal parts style and feminist theory. The real highlight for me, obviously, was the parade of wearable weapons exhibited south of the knee.

Killer.

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ivorylovelust:

anukii:

Lydia Deetz in the new millennium

perfection

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