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Decadence and Debauchery

Decadence and Debauchery

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Men's dinner at #Harewood...everything that #England does right...every single time.

Classic style we are addicted to

This is one of the rarest books in the world and only four copies exist now. The book was written in 1460 in one of the most mysterious European courts of Medieval, as the court of Dukes of Burgundy ~ "Invectives Against the Sect of Waldensians". This is a hunter's guide: how to recognize, capture and kill a witch or a warlock.

The Countess conducted most of her torture sessions in the cellar of the old Bathory manor house. Today it's put to better use: storing wine barrels.

On the trail of the 'Blood Countess' in Slovakia

Classic/beautiful full body Japanese tattoo

Regilla ⚜ Una Fiorentina in California

Henry Sebastian, 1932, ‘Opium’

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Franz Kafka preparing Gregor Samsa and Friend, 1915. (from Metamorphosis.)

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Luisa Casati :: in costume “Regina della notte”, designed by Léon Bakst, 1922

::Marchesa Luisa CASATI::

Jack Daniels | Decadent Lifestyle - Part 3


Ramon Casas i Carbó: Decadence, 1899 ~ wonder what her story was...

Loose lips deserve cut throats

Rolls-Royce Phantom III Cabriolet 1939

"They who dream by day..." | Edgar Allan Poe

Jennifer Saunders & Joanna Lumley... 'Absolutely Fabulous', 1992-2012. ☚

Henry Sebastian, 1932, ‘Opium’

geisha lips

The World's Most Expensive Dessert - A Faberge-Style Easter Egg made with 4 types of Belgian pudding in chocolate, peach, orange and whiskey. Add champagne caviar jelly, a light biscuit joconde and an edible gold leaf glaze. Top it all off with a 2-carat diamond. ($35,000!)

GLUTTONY: .. champagne pool parties ..

Harry Winston by photographer Laziz Hamani


Slap-soled shoes belonging to Frances Walsingham, lady in waiting to Elizabeth I, and daughter of her spymaster, Francis Walsingham. Though the shoes belong to a Canadian collector, they are considered so important to British history that they have to be returned to England