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911verse · 9 hours ago
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911verse's 1k celebration ↳ top five 9-1-1 episodes as voted by our followers:
#2 · sink or swim (s03e02) – 36 votes
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kuuhaiyu · 6 months ago
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xiangling the girl of all time!
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fashionsfromhistory · 3 months ago
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Ensemble 
1790s
France
This young man’s tailcoat, with its high turned-down collar, narrow back, and wide lapels, exemplifies the exaggerated silhouette fashionable in post-revolutionary France. Striped textiles, modish from the 1760s, were ubiquitous in the dress of both sexes by the end of the century. In menswear, stripes served as a decorative substitute for the ornate, polychrome embroidery of earlier suits. The trend reflects the influence of the Islamic world and neoclassical taste; in earlier centuries, stripes had pejorative connotations in the West and were associated with the clothing of socially marginalized groups.
The MET (Accession Number: 1999.105.2)
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thelukasfamily · a year ago
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names that are real | names that are not | names that hurt | names that love | names that fit | names that are loose
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jeannepompadour · 7 months ago
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Ceremonial dress of Magdalene Sibylle of Prussia, Electress of Saxony from the 1610s
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911bts · a month ago
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fashionsfromhistory · 4 months ago
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Ensemble worn by Grace Jones
Patrick Kelly
Spring/Summer 1989
Philadelphia Museum of Art
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• Ensemble.
Date: fourth quarter 19th century
Culture: Portuguese
Medium: Wool, silk, cotton, metal, glass
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bungou-gay-twitter · 2 months ago
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“kunikida and chuuya bond time” was requested by simm.tcharm on instagram and let’s just say i took some creative liberties
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wenofqishan · 4 months ago
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a tribute to the sunshot campaign victory banquet, an event truly unparalleled in scheming and horrible awkwardness. bonus:
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