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i'm a freak according to some. i love Doctor Who, Sherlock, Wes Anderson, vintage things, the 60s and other randomness. thanks for stopping by. -Nat
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viviensleigh:

I have lived on stairs haven’t I? I don’t know it always happened. Stairs are very, very dramatic. I’ve killed men on stairs, fallen down on stairs. I don’t know it’s a strange thing. In Madame Sin there is a gorgeous staircase and I said to the director ‘You’re of course going to have me come down those stairs.’ He said. ’ I never thought of it.’

-Bette Davis

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npr:

Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta died Monday at the age of 82. As Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan tells NPR’s Steve Inskeep, the designer understood something very fundamental about women, no matter their age or background>
"They want to look pretty," Givhan says. "And his clothes were not these sort of experimental garments where, you know, sleeves or armholes were optional. And he wasn’t sort of this guy who made fashion all about him. You could really tell that the work was there to make women look and feel their best."
Read more of fashion critic Robin Givhan’s remembrance of Oscar de la Renta.
Caption: Baroness Aino Bodisco (far right) looks on as Beatrice Lodge is fitted in a debutante dress by fashion designer Oscar de la Renta in 1956.
Photo credit: Nina Leen/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images

npr:

Fashion designer Oscar de la Renta died Monday at the age of 82. As Washington Post fashion critic Robin Givhan tells NPR’s Steve Inskeep, the designer understood something very fundamental about women, no matter their age or background>

"They want to look pretty," Givhan says. "And his clothes were not these sort of experimental garments where, you know, sleeves or armholes were optional. And he wasn’t sort of this guy who made fashion all about him. You could really tell that the work was there to make women look and feel their best."

Read more of fashion critic Robin Givhan’s remembrance of Oscar de la Renta.

Caption: Baroness Aino Bodisco (far right) looks on as Beatrice Lodge is fitted in a debutante dress by fashion designer Oscar de la Renta in 1956.

Photo credit: Nina Leen/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images

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purpleandblack:

Best scene ever

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"Every night I come to the same place and wait until the sky catches up with my mood.”

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fivesandsevens:

cubebreaker:

Designer Goula Figeura’s Orwell day bed lets you easily shut yourself off from the outside world with its light and noise-cancelling curtains.

yes please

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aloneandwise:

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aloneandwise:

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sillylovesongs:

jugganaughts:

Pete Best released an album in 1965 called “Best of the Beatles” that contained no Beatles music but fooled so many people into buying it that it was investigated for consumer fraud. The case was dropped because no fraud had been committed, he was Best, of the Beatles.

Here’s what the album cover looked like:

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ihavetofart:

that is our building
and we sell paper

im crying bc nobody cared about Pam’s art exhibit but SWEETHEART MICHAEL DID

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Song: Take Me to Church
Artist: Hozier
Played: 15,763 times.

fickle-my-tancy:

Take Me To Church Hozier
My church offers no absolutes
She tells me “worship in the bedroom”
The only heaven I’ll be sent to
Is when I’m alone with you—

I was born sick
But I love it
Command me to be well
Amen. Amen. Amen.

Take me to church,
I’ll worship like a dog at the shrine of your lies
I’ll tell you my sins so you can sharpen your knife
Offer me that deathless death
Good god, let me give you my life
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