tokyo-fashion:

Kawaii animal donuts in Koenji now!

tokyo-fashion:

Kawaii animal donuts in Koenji now!

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pretaportre:

Jason Wu NYFW SS15’

Here one could see the influence of two poles of American chic — Bill Blass and Calvin Klein — massaged by Wu into something coherent and fresh. He played tailored against languid, the former, in a shapely suit with denimlike stitching; the latter, a racy beaded surplice dress. One projected elegant dash, the other a hint of decadence (and of Karen Bjornson on the runway). Together, they made perfect sense.

Is “American” code for straightforward? In part, yes — and no dig there. Chic practicality has long been core to the fashion vernacular here. In today’s fashion climate dominated by efficiency and common sense, many brands around the world have taken that page from the American songbook. Wu has the advantage of natural affinity. | via WWD

basilgenovese:

Dim Sum (via LV Weekly)

basilgenovese:

Dim Sum (via LV Weekly)

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Album Art

stilinskigenes:

You’re all welcome

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ArtistNogitsune
TitleYou can't kill me
AlbumAngry evil spirits with sexy voices
angrynerdyblogger:

cats can straight up do that double jump video game thing

angrynerdyblogger:

cats can straight up do that double jump video game thing

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accioheadcanons:

lmaoalien:

plot twist: JK rowling writes a series on voldemorts point of view

"i looked in the mirror and cried. i look like an egg"

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hellsbells9:

cloneless:

"Could you do this show for another 9 years?"

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The controlled horror on Misha’s face

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yj-lover:

makorrashenanigans:

lanie-bo:

You guys, THEY’RE PAINTING WITH THE COLORS OF THE WIND.

CLOSEST THING TO RL BENDING.

The human race is one step closer to bending the elements

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Magnetism is one of the four foundation elements of the physical universe. I doubt even Magneto himself knows his limits, or his true potential. I suspect there’s literally nothing he could not do.

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Teddy Roosevelt’s diary entry from the day his wife died. He never spoke of her death again.


The day his wife AND mother died

Teddy Roosevelt’s diary entry from the day his wife died. He never spoke of her death again.

The day his wife AND mother died

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risarodil:

Harry Potter Quotes | Typographic Posters

Available as prints, greeting cards, stickers, iPhone cases and iPad cases, and tshirts here

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