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ousia-poetica · a day ago
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En qué sueño... de locos venenos !! vive inmerso mi ser. Qué desorden... aleatorio contemplo !! ' Apoderándose intrínseco " de todo lo que ves ". Qué sensaciones... de laberíntico idilio !! percibo entroncadas " anclas en mi ser ". Qué lucha... de trifulcas distintas !! entablas sin remedio " en mí, sin entender ". Qué miseria... tan grande diviso !! carcomiendo al hombre y apoderándose de él ". ( Qué futuro... espera a la humanidad !! ... caminando al revés ). Ousía Poética © Leandro Lojek
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nct127s · 2 days ago
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Adit Ajhok for Blumarine aw21 campaign
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evermore-fashion · a day ago
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Izanami (meaning ‘She Who Invites’) was the goddess of both creation and death as well as the former wife of the god Izanagi in Japanese mythology. They were the eighth pair of brother-and-sister gods to appear after heaven and earth separated out of chaos. By standing on the floating bridge of heaven and stirring the primeval ocean with a heavenly jewelled spear, they created the first landmass. Eventually they had two children, Hiruko (‘leech-child’) and Awashima, but they were born deformed and were not considered deities. They put the children into a boat and set them out to sea, then petitioned the other gods for an answer as to what they did wrong. They were told that the male deity should have spoken first in greeting during the marriage ceremony. They both tried again, this time with Izanagi speaking first, making their marriage successful and from their union the Ōyashima, or the ‘Great Eight Islands’ of Japan were born. (Atelier Versace Fall 2017 Haute Couture Collection)
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estellaestella · 2 days ago
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I wish there were more images from the Met Gala like this- not just revelling in the glamour of fashion but also acknowledging the human cost of it.
On the one hand this picture is a reminder of how far America has come in terms of race relations, giving us hope for further evolution (which is so sorely needed). On the other hand, it reminds us of the blood, sweat and tears that went into building America's cotton industry. Sadly, there are huge travesties and injustices that still happen in the name of fashion.
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shiftythrifting · a day ago
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Bowling shoes but high heels?
Found at goodwill in Milwaukee WI
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sartorialadventure · 2 days ago
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Medieval headdresses
1. Anglo-Saxon (600 – 1154) Simple Veils, Head-tires, Combs, and Pin 2. Norman (1066-1154) Couvre-chef, hair uncovered, and extreme length 3. Plantagenet (1154-1399) Wimple, Barbette, Fillet and Crespine 4. Plantagenet (14th century) Horizontal Braiding, Gorget 5. Plantagenet Crespine ( 1364-Late 14th century) 6. Horned headdress and escoffion 7. Lancaster (1430-1460) Heart-shaped and Turban Headdresses 8. Lancaster and York ( 1425-1480) Barbe, Loose Hair 9. York (1460-1485) Hennins and butterly hennins
Edit: So I definitely meant to delete the shorter version of this post that posted earlier today. Sorry. lol
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lotusinjadewell · 2 days ago
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Áo dài at Emperor Thiệu Trị mausoleum. Credit to Nàng thơ xứ Huế.
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unbotheredmuse · 2 days ago
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ousia-poetica · 2 days ago
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Miro a los cielos que ya se han ido, surcando las resecas vides de mi destino. Fueron bolas de fuego las afiladas lenguas, que arrasaron toda la realidad de mis enigmas. Esa amarillenta página " mengua que mengua " de silente tristeza noble en sus dos orillas. Miro de frente... el venir de mi estocada, y siento en la carne - el herir de la espada !! Sueño con mi suerte " sucia y desterrada ", e intuyo mi muerte... lenta y desbocada. Araño a la vida... con mis garras ilotas, y muerdo con rabia eso que no alcanzo. Intuyo el vuelo alto de las blancas gaviotas, y despierto en el suelo... - roto y descalzo !! Ousía Poética © Leandro Lojek
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lacetulle · 2 days ago
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Bora Aksu | Spring/Summer 2022
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sosuperawesome · a day ago
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Embroidered Fingerless Gloves
Olya Rudenko on Etsy
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evermore-fashion · 2 days ago
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Khione (Χιονη meaning ‘Snow’) was minor goddess or snow nymph in Greek mythology, who was loved by Poseidon resulting in a son named Eumolpus. There are also varying myths surrounding Khione, including one that portrayed her as a woman, so vain on account of her beauty, that she claimed she could rival Artemis (goddess of the hunt). Furious at the accusation Artemis struck her with an arrow, instantly killing her. She was also said to have had a relationship with Artemis’s twin Apollo (god of archery) and Hermes (god of trade). In one story Apollo waited for nightfall and then approached her in the guise of an old woman. Hermes then put her to sleep and raped her. She became pregnant with twins, one Autolykus the son of Hermes, and the other Philammon, the son of Apollo. (Zuhair Murad Spring 2019 Haute Couture Collection)
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fashion-runways · a day ago
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DAVID KOMA Spring/Summer RTW 2022 - part 2 if you want to support this blog consider donating to: ko-fi.com/fashionrunways
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one-time-i-dreamt · a day ago
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not a dream
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remember how I told y'all that whenever my VPN puts me in Slovenia, for some reason I get ads from India? well, I was playing solitaire just now and I got this add (not sponsored) and HOW PRETTY ARE THOSE CLOTHES???
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these are so gorgeous, beautiful, stunning
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shiftythrifting · a day ago
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🤔🔥❓ life’s mysteries….
(sorry that it’s a bit hard to read)
can you cry underwater?
why does a round pizzas come in a square box?
do the alphabet and twinkle little star have the same tune?
if corn oil is made from corn and vegetable oil is made from vegetables, what’s baby oil made from?
why are you IN a movie but you’re ON tv?
why are we “head over heels” when we’re happy, isn’t that the way we normally are?
why can Goofy stand but Pluto is on all fours if they’re both dogs?
why doesn’t the hair on your arms grow as fast as the hair on your head?
why do dogs hate it when you blow in their face but stick their heads out the window during a car ride?
if you own land, do you own it to the center of the earth?
why doesn’t glue stick to the inside of the bottle?
do penguins have knees?
why do we drive on parkways and park on driveways?
why is an alarm clock “going off” when really it’s coming on?
if electricity comes from electrons does morality come from morons?
when bald people work as chefs do they wear hairnets?
why say “slept like a baby” if babies wake up every two hours?
if you only have one eye, are you blinking or winking?
why don’t you ever see baby pigeons?
why’s it called “after dark” when really it’s after light?
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hanfugallery · a day ago
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chinese hanfu by 清歌鸣玉
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