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80s-90s-supermodels:

"Miniature", ELLE Italia, September 1994Photographer : Eddy KohliModel : Nadege du Bospertus

80s-90s-supermodels:

"Miniature", ELLE Italia, September 1994
Photographer : Eddy Kohli
Model : Nadege du Bospertus

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telecomixda:

telecomixDA

The Coiffure Project is a series of natural hair portraits by photographer Glenford Nunez.

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— 10 months ago with 10979 notes
#natural hair  #black women  #photography  #art  #black art  #glenford nunez 
365strangers:

Day 333 February 8th 2013
Name: Reecy 
(Previous) Question: How old were you when you lost it?
Answer: 15
Question: When the last time you had sex?

365strangers:

Day 333 February 8th 2013

Name: Reecy 

(Previous) Question: How old were you when you lost it?

Answer: 15

Question: When the last time you had sex?

— 1 year ago with 338 notes
#photo  #photography  #London Style  #London people  #london  #carnaby street 
acollectedgentleman:

A Collected Style Interview: Denisio Truitt
Designer, Photographer, Creative Being. West African weirdo. Born in the mountains of Colorado, raised in the suburbs or Maryland.

ACG-What’s your definition of Style?
DT-Style is a way of conveying your life’s philosophy through fashion. It is something that is personal and reflective.
ACG-What inspired your Brand?
DT-8 Vintage is the result of two DC girls’ obsession with vintage. Krystin Hargrove (my business partner) and I got together and decided to create an online boutique of fine vintage apparel, as well as mini collections of reconstructed vintage items.
ACG-The do’s and don’t’s of Style/Fashion?
DT-Do: always be true to yourself and your aesthetic. Who cares if its not on trend, or who cares if its hella trendy.  If it’s you, ROCK IT.
Don’t: Overthink it.  Sometimes the simplest thing I throw together becomes epic. I like the (cliché) Coco Chanel quote about accessorizing “Always take off the last thing you put on”.

ACG-How does your Brand stand out from others?
DT-Krystin and I really wanted to make 8 Vintage about high-end unique garments at very reasonable prices. Our pieces are carefully selected so that they can be integrated into any modern wardrobe. We wanted to show people that vintage is more than just secretary dresses or grungy tops it can be chic, and grown up.

ACG-What’s one thing you would take out of Fashion World and one thing you would add?

DT-Less pretentiousness, more acceptance of different body shapes.
ACG-Tips for people who are looking to refine their style?
DT-Keep it simple. As I said before, sometimes less is more. Also go for timeless and classic items over the latest fleeting trend.
ACG-What’s going to be big this Winter/Spring season?
DT-Not sure but I plan on wearing a lot of black and white, softer pastels and neutrals (rather than my colorblocking craze last spring), and ethnic prints!
ACG-What’s your dream job?
DT-What I am doing right now (with a little more income, lol)
ACG-All time favorite item can be a shirt, shoes etc.?
DT-A vintage heart charm bracelet given to me by my friend Michela. It holds sentimental value because it’s a reminder of her and her constant support and pushing me to follow my dreams!
ACG-Who’s your style icon and why?
DT-I of course admire the usual suspects (Anna Dello Russo, Giovanna Battaglia) but I have many icons, I couldn’t just pick one definitive person as my style is incredibly eclectic. Grace Jones, Mariel Haenn, Diana Ross  (in her 70’s Bob Mackie era) just to name a few…
Website
Online Vintage Boutique
Twitter
Facebook
Flickr

acollectedgentleman:

A Collected Style Interview: Denisio Truitt

Designer, Photographer, Creative Being. West African weirdo. Born in the mountains of Colorado, raised in the suburbs or Maryland.


ACG-What’s your definition of Style?

DT-Style is a way of conveying your life’s philosophy through fashion. It is something that is personal and reflective.

ACG-What inspired your Brand?

DT-8 Vintage is the result of two DC girls’ obsession with vintage. Krystin Hargrove (my business partner) and I got together and decided to create an online boutique of fine vintage apparel, as well as mini collections of reconstructed vintage items.

ACG-The do’s and don’t’s of Style/Fashion?

DT-Do: always be true to yourself and your aesthetic. Who cares if its not on trend, or who cares if its hella trendy.  If it’s you, ROCK IT.

Don’t: Overthink it.  Sometimes the simplest thing I throw together becomes epic. I like the (cliché) Coco Chanel quote about accessorizing “Always take off the last thing you put on”.

ACG-How does your Brand stand out from others?

DT-Krystin and I really wanted to make 8 Vintage about high-end unique garments at very reasonable prices. Our pieces are carefully selected so that they can be integrated into any modern wardrobe. We wanted to show people that vintage is more than just secretary dresses or grungy tops it can be chic, and grown up.

ACG-What’s one thing you would take out of Fashion World and one thing you would add?

DT-Less pretentiousness, more acceptance of different body shapes.

ACG-Tips for people who are looking to refine their style?

DT-Keep it simple. As I said before, sometimes less is more. Also go for timeless and classic items over the latest fleeting trend.

ACG-What’s going to be big this Winter/Spring season?

DT-Not sure but I plan on wearing a lot of black and white, softer pastels and neutrals (rather than my colorblocking craze last spring), and ethnic prints!

ACG-What’s your dream job?

DT-What I am doing right now (with a little more income, lol)

ACG-All time favorite item can be a shirt, shoes etc.?

DT-A vintage heart charm bracelet given to me by my friend Michela. It holds sentimental value because it’s a reminder of her and her constant support and pushing me to follow my dreams!

ACG-Who’s your style icon and why?

DT-I of course admire the usual suspects (Anna Dello Russo, Giovanna Battaglia) but I have many icons, I couldn’t just pick one definitive person as my style is incredibly eclectic. Grace Jones, Mariel Haenn, Diana Ross  (in her 70’s Bob Mackie era) just to name a few…

Website

Online Vintage Boutique

Twitter

Facebook

Flickr

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— 1 year ago with 19 notes
#Style  #Fashion  #Beauty  #Passion  #Ambition  #Photography  #Designer  #D.C. 
acollectedgentleman:

December 27, 2012
Hello Isaiah,
 
Congratulations! It is my pleasure to inform you that the jury has selected your work Poe Woman’s Dreams to be included in the third annual Art of the Auction at the North Carolina Museum of Art.
 
Attached you will find:
Formal letter of thanks, with event details
Photo of the selected work of art
 Please take a moment to review these documents for accuracy.
 As stated in the Call for Entries, we ask that you deliver your selected work to the North Carolina Museum of Art on either of the following dates:
 
Thursday, January 24, 2013 9 am –1 pm
Saturday, January 26, 2013 12 noon – 4 pm
 
When you arrive at the Museum, follow the directional signs for Deliveries, past West Building and around, to the back of East Building. Please deliver your work of art to our registrar and art handlers, who will be stationed at the loading dock, next to the staff entrance.
 
If you prefer to ship your work, you may do so at your expense to:
 
Maggie Gregory, Registrar
North Carolina Museum of Art
2110 Blue Ridge Road
Raleigh, NC 27607-6494 

Hard work pays off. Never give up on yourself of your dreams-ACG
here’s more of my photography-isaiahjohnsonphotography.com

acollectedgentleman:

December 27, 2012

Hello Isaiah,

 

Congratulations! It is my pleasure to inform you that the jury has selected your work Poe Woman’s Dreams to be included in the third annual Art of the Auction at the North Carolina Museum of Art.

 

Attached you will find:

  • Formal letter of thanks, with event details
  • Photo of the selected work of art

 Please take a moment to review these documents for accuracy.

 As stated in the Call for Entries, we ask that you deliver your selected work to the North Carolina Museum of Art on either of the following dates:

 

Thursday, January 24, 2013 9 am –1 pm

Saturday, January 26, 2013 12 noon – 4 pm

 

When you arrive at the Museum, follow the directional signs for Deliveries, past West Building and around, to the back of East Building. Please deliver your work of art to our registrar and art handlers, who will be stationed at the loading dock, next to the staff entrance.

 

If you prefer to ship your work, you may do so at your expense to:

 

Maggie Gregory, Registrar

North Carolina Museum of Art

2110 Blue Ridge Road

Raleigh, NC 27607-6494 


Hard work pays off. Never give up on yourself of your dreams-ACG

here’s more of my photography-isaiahjohnsonphotography.com


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— 1 year ago with 12 notes
#photography  #passion  #love  #congrats  #museum  #series