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A lovely shot of Coco Chanel with perfectly layered accessories.

GABRIEL CHANEL~THANK YOU FOR BEING THE FOUNDER OF THE HOUSE OF CHANEL. YOU LIBERATED AND MOTIVATED WOMEN. YOUR LEGACY STILL LIVES ON. THE HOUSE OF CHANEL IS ONE OF THE TOP FASHION HOUSES IN THE WORLD. THE HOUSE OF CHANEL IS 106 YEARS OLD.

Amazing!! So funny!

That’s why Julie Andrews is so great…

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Random Inspiration 118 | Architecture, Cars, Girls, Style & Gear

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Carey M

Belgium collective Indianen: The Evil Eye, developed to investigate,'how printmaking could produce another kind of information, transforming material into an object with a new meaning.' a type of vinyl record, but instead of cutting grooves it involves printing black + white waveform patterns that can be 'played back' using light-sensing hardware, the 'eye'.

I . . . I'm not even sure. I don't even know. Just . . .

How to infuriate nerds from every fandom all at once…

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Makes my heart melt.

Adorable

Messy half-up with bangs

Brides with Bangs - Weddingbee

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The Goonies Quote Poster by cinefileposters on Etsy, $17.00

hey now..that a nice long sharp piece you got there...top not and everything. "How you do'in?"

I can't even......William Bradley "Brad" Pitt (born December 18, 1963) is an American actor and film producer. Pitt has received four Academy Award nominations and five Golden Globe Award nominations, winning one Golden Globe. He has been described as one of the world's most attractive men, a label for which he has received substantial media attention

Awesome Cardboard Lamp

Awesome Cardboard Lamp

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My life.

19 Reasons Socializing Is Not For You

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The Beatles were hilarious

Namaste

Audrey Tatou - shoulder length hair

My skills.

Ava Gardner & Frank Sinatra, 1950’s. Stunning.

Chic Vintage Bride - Ava Gardner -

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Audrey Hepburn having breakfast, 1953. Photo by Mark Shaw