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alessandra, 19, paris.
arianna, 20, london.
born romans.

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noair:

What can I say? I’m amazed by JPG’s fashion show. Look at those models. Those are not the kind of mannequins we expect to see walking down the runway during a haute couture fashion show. They have character. They have muscles. And tattoos. I love this. I’m not a fan of fashion business at all and I don’t follow the shows of fashion week, but I have to say, I was totally amazed by seeing this. THIS is what I expect fashion to be…different, surprising, anti-conventional.
Finally.

suicideblonde:

Catherine Middleton’s Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen designed wedding dress to be on display at Buckingham Palace for 10 weeks this summer

more GaGa in Paris

more GaGa in Paris

Lady GaGa live @Taratata in Paris, tied to the tour Eiffel.

Lady GaGa live @Taratata in Paris, tied to the tour Eiffel.

(photos by Niamheenfroggie_in_london and *arianna)

Just in front of South Kensington Station, this place is perfect if you want to take a break while eating a cupcake and drinking a cup of hot tea…in wintertime you can refuge in the cozy insides of the bakery, and relax while choosing between the numerous cakes and cupcakes surrounded by the dreamy pink interiors.

If I can recommend you something, go for the red velvet cupcakes. You won’t regret it.

(by 
 :: ♥ :: hawa alrayyan :: ♥ ::) 

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Hummingbird Bakery South Kensington
47 Old Brompton Road
Sputh Kensington, London
SW7 3JP

http://hummingbirdbakery.com/

 
Topshop opens Secret StoreIf you’re heading down to Topshop's flagship store on Oxford Circus (or if like us, you're there all the time), we've got a secret to share with you.If you look hard enough, hidden behind a floral display designed by Meadham Kirchoff on the Lower Ground Floor, you’ll find a doorway to Topshop’s latest pop-up shop, the Secret Store.The Alice in Wonderland style passageway will lead you to headpieces by Nasir Mazhar, jewellery by Meadham Kirchhoff, scarves by Steven Morris, homeware, luggage and some beautifully embroidered maxi-dresses from Topshop Boutique. And that’s just a snippet of what’s in store.Visit Topshop in London’s Oxford Street or New York from 26th May to find the Secret Store for yourself. In the meantime, see our favourite pieces from the collection below.(source) 

Topshop opens Secret Store

If you’re heading down to Topshop's flagship store on Oxford Circus (or if like us, you're there all the time), we've got a secret to share with you.

If you look hard enough, hidden behind a floral display designed by Meadham Kirchoff on the Lower Ground Floor, you’ll find a doorway to Topshop’s latest pop-up shop, the Secret Store.

The Alice in Wonderland style passageway will lead you to headpieces by Nasir Mazhar, jewellery by Meadham Kirchhoff, scarves by Steven Morris, homeware, luggage and some beautifully embroidered maxi-dresses from Topshop Boutique. And that’s just a snippet of what’s in store.

Visit Topshop in London’s Oxford Street or New York from 26th May to find the Secret Store for yourself. In the meantime, see our favourite pieces from the collection below.

(source

ROA @ LONDON

Based in Ghent, Belgium, ROAis renowned for his giant black and white animals. ROA started painting abandoned buildings and warehouses in the isolated industrial areas of his hometown. Since then, his work has been seen in New York, London, Berlin, Warsaw, and Paris.

ROA recently had his first solo exhibition at Galerie Intinerrance in February, 2010 and has an upcoming show at Pure Evil Gallery in London starting April 8, 2010.

To see more of ROA’s work, visit check out his photostream on Flickr 

(from dailyartfixx)



(Rabbit by Viditu on flickr)


(by Agnese Palazzi)


(by Nicole Blommers on flickr)


(at pure evil gallery, by graffitimundo on flickr) 


(by rswestldn on flickr)

TO BE CONTINUED 

fuckyeahmarkrothko:

Photo: The Rothko Room at the Tate Museum.  Taken from the guardian.co.uk photography by David Sillitoe
“Almost everyone who enters the room feels an urge to sit down on the benches in the middle of the space. It’s as if the emotional weight of these sombre works instinctively makes you sit, instantly drained by them. Before you even have time to try to compose a rational understanding of them, they have a psychological impact….In London, the Rothko room is disturbing, but liberating too. It frees the imagination. It creates the effects of great architecture and fresco painting using abstract daubings hung in a gloomy chamber.”
- “The Tate’s Mark Rothko exhibit: a room with a view of the subconscious” by Jonathan Jones.  Published by the guardian.co.uk on March 30, 2011
full article here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/jonathanjonesblog/2011/mar/30/tate-modern-mark-rothko-room

fuckyeahmarkrothko:

Photo: The Rothko Room at the Tate Museum.  Taken from the guardian.co.uk photography by David Sillitoe

“Almost everyone who enters the room feels an urge to sit down on the benches in the middle of the space. It’s as if the emotional weight of these sombre works instinctively makes you sit, instantly drained by them. Before you even have time to try to compose a rational understanding of them, they have a psychological impact….In London, the Rothko room is disturbing, but liberating too. It frees the imagination. It creates the effects of great architecture and fresco painting using abstract daubings hung in a gloomy chamber.

- “The Tate’s Mark Rothko exhibit: a room with a view of the subconscious” by Jonathan Jones.  Published by the guardian.co.uk on March 30, 2011

full article here: http://www.guardian.co.uk/artanddesign/jonathanjonesblog/2011/mar/30/tate-modern-mark-rothko-room