Infinite
Style, of any kind.
Infinite
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shoulderblades:

helmut lang spring/summer 2004 details
shoulderblades:

helmut lang spring/summer 2004 details
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koreanmodel:

Jung Hoyeon and Lee Hojeong by Shin Seonhye for Voguegirl Korea July 2014
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stormtrooperfashion:

"The New Suit" by Kai Z Feng for ELLE UK, August 2014
See more from this set here.
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80s-90s-supermodels:

"Bandiere Bianche", ELLE Italia, April 1995Photographer : Christophe JouanyModel : Laetitia Casta
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20aliens:

Jean-François Lepage
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stormtrooperfashion:

Kate King in “Future Perfect” by Sebastian Kim for Glamour, July 2014
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v-eck:

Soft Metallic
Yumi Lambert by Kenneth Willardt for Vogue China June 2014
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stormtrooperfashion:

Marie Piovesan in “In Belief and Doubt” by Boe Marion for Stockholm S/S/A/W, Fall/Winter 2014
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wildthicket:

Valentino Resort 2015
Steering away from their traditional color palette, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli took inspiration from Frida Kahlo for their latest resort collection for Valentino. The duo has taken inspiration from Kahlo’s work in an unexpected way. Instead of using prints, they are simply capturing Kahlo’s spirit through a wide use of color. While some looks are extremely colorful and geometric (only 9 out of 82 looks are colorfully dramatic, seen above), the majority of the collection still carries classic Valentino characteristics: romance imbibed in embroidered pieces with Seventies silhouettes. That being said, including psychedelic pieces is a nice change of pace for the house and provides a start contrast to the designing duo’s usual routine.
Text by: Daise Bedolla
wildthicket:

Valentino Resort 2015
Steering away from their traditional color palette, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli took inspiration from Frida Kahlo for their latest resort collection for Valentino. The duo has taken inspiration from Kahlo’s work in an unexpected way. Instead of using prints, they are simply capturing Kahlo’s spirit through a wide use of color. While some looks are extremely colorful and geometric (only 9 out of 82 looks are colorfully dramatic, seen above), the majority of the collection still carries classic Valentino characteristics: romance imbibed in embroidered pieces with Seventies silhouettes. That being said, including psychedelic pieces is a nice change of pace for the house and provides a start contrast to the designing duo’s usual routine.
Text by: Daise Bedolla
wildthicket:

Valentino Resort 2015
Steering away from their traditional color palette, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli took inspiration from Frida Kahlo for their latest resort collection for Valentino. The duo has taken inspiration from Kahlo’s work in an unexpected way. Instead of using prints, they are simply capturing Kahlo’s spirit through a wide use of color. While some looks are extremely colorful and geometric (only 9 out of 82 looks are colorfully dramatic, seen above), the majority of the collection still carries classic Valentino characteristics: romance imbibed in embroidered pieces with Seventies silhouettes. That being said, including psychedelic pieces is a nice change of pace for the house and provides a start contrast to the designing duo’s usual routine.
Text by: Daise Bedolla
wildthicket:

Valentino Resort 2015
Steering away from their traditional color palette, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli took inspiration from Frida Kahlo for their latest resort collection for Valentino. The duo has taken inspiration from Kahlo’s work in an unexpected way. Instead of using prints, they are simply capturing Kahlo’s spirit through a wide use of color. While some looks are extremely colorful and geometric (only 9 out of 82 looks are colorfully dramatic, seen above), the majority of the collection still carries classic Valentino characteristics: romance imbibed in embroidered pieces with Seventies silhouettes. That being said, including psychedelic pieces is a nice change of pace for the house and provides a start contrast to the designing duo’s usual routine.
Text by: Daise Bedolla
wildthicket:

Valentino Resort 2015
Steering away from their traditional color palette, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli took inspiration from Frida Kahlo for their latest resort collection for Valentino. The duo has taken inspiration from Kahlo’s work in an unexpected way. Instead of using prints, they are simply capturing Kahlo’s spirit through a wide use of color. While some looks are extremely colorful and geometric (only 9 out of 82 looks are colorfully dramatic, seen above), the majority of the collection still carries classic Valentino characteristics: romance imbibed in embroidered pieces with Seventies silhouettes. That being said, including psychedelic pieces is a nice change of pace for the house and provides a start contrast to the designing duo’s usual routine.
Text by: Daise Bedolla
wildthicket:

Valentino Resort 2015
Steering away from their traditional color palette, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli took inspiration from Frida Kahlo for their latest resort collection for Valentino. The duo has taken inspiration from Kahlo’s work in an unexpected way. Instead of using prints, they are simply capturing Kahlo’s spirit through a wide use of color. While some looks are extremely colorful and geometric (only 9 out of 82 looks are colorfully dramatic, seen above), the majority of the collection still carries classic Valentino characteristics: romance imbibed in embroidered pieces with Seventies silhouettes. That being said, including psychedelic pieces is a nice change of pace for the house and provides a start contrast to the designing duo’s usual routine.
Text by: Daise Bedolla
wildthicket:

Valentino Resort 2015
Steering away from their traditional color palette, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli took inspiration from Frida Kahlo for their latest resort collection for Valentino. The duo has taken inspiration from Kahlo’s work in an unexpected way. Instead of using prints, they are simply capturing Kahlo’s spirit through a wide use of color. While some looks are extremely colorful and geometric (only 9 out of 82 looks are colorfully dramatic, seen above), the majority of the collection still carries classic Valentino characteristics: romance imbibed in embroidered pieces with Seventies silhouettes. That being said, including psychedelic pieces is a nice change of pace for the house and provides a start contrast to the designing duo’s usual routine.
Text by: Daise Bedolla
wildthicket:

Valentino Resort 2015
Steering away from their traditional color palette, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli took inspiration from Frida Kahlo for their latest resort collection for Valentino. The duo has taken inspiration from Kahlo’s work in an unexpected way. Instead of using prints, they are simply capturing Kahlo’s spirit through a wide use of color. While some looks are extremely colorful and geometric (only 9 out of 82 looks are colorfully dramatic, seen above), the majority of the collection still carries classic Valentino characteristics: romance imbibed in embroidered pieces with Seventies silhouettes. That being said, including psychedelic pieces is a nice change of pace for the house and provides a start contrast to the designing duo’s usual routine.
Text by: Daise Bedolla
wildthicket:

Valentino Resort 2015
Steering away from their traditional color palette, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli took inspiration from Frida Kahlo for their latest resort collection for Valentino. The duo has taken inspiration from Kahlo’s work in an unexpected way. Instead of using prints, they are simply capturing Kahlo’s spirit through a wide use of color. While some looks are extremely colorful and geometric (only 9 out of 82 looks are colorfully dramatic, seen above), the majority of the collection still carries classic Valentino characteristics: romance imbibed in embroidered pieces with Seventies silhouettes. That being said, including psychedelic pieces is a nice change of pace for the house and provides a start contrast to the designing duo’s usual routine.
Text by: Daise Bedolla
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highqualityfashion:

Phi SS 10
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BITS OF FLUFF: Naomi Campbell by Wolfgang Tillmans for Vogue US November 1997
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wetheurban:

CAILIN RUSSO BY TED EMMONS FOR WETHEURBAN ISSUE 7
Photography: Ted Emmons / Model: Cailin Russo / Styling: Palma Wright / MUA: Mattise Andrews / Hair: Sal Salcedo 
We takes a trip to Salvation Mountain as top model Cailin Russo stars in ‘Cali Sunshine’ shot by Ted Emmons for the latest edition of WeTheUrban.
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wetheurban:

CAILIN RUSSO BY TED EMMONS FOR WETHEURBAN ISSUE 7
Photography: Ted Emmons / Model: Cailin Russo / Styling: Palma Wright / MUA: Mattise Andrews / Hair: Sal Salcedo 
We takes a trip to Salvation Mountain as top model Cailin Russo stars in ‘Cali Sunshine’ shot by Ted Emmons for the latest edition of WeTheUrban.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL ISSUE
wetheurban:

CAILIN RUSSO BY TED EMMONS FOR WETHEURBAN ISSUE 7
Photography: Ted Emmons / Model: Cailin Russo / Styling: Palma Wright / MUA: Mattise Andrews / Hair: Sal Salcedo 
We takes a trip to Salvation Mountain as top model Cailin Russo stars in ‘Cali Sunshine’ shot by Ted Emmons for the latest edition of WeTheUrban.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL ISSUE
wetheurban:

CAILIN RUSSO BY TED EMMONS FOR WETHEURBAN ISSUE 7
Photography: Ted Emmons / Model: Cailin Russo / Styling: Palma Wright / MUA: Mattise Andrews / Hair: Sal Salcedo 
We takes a trip to Salvation Mountain as top model Cailin Russo stars in ‘Cali Sunshine’ shot by Ted Emmons for the latest edition of WeTheUrban.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL ISSUE
wetheurban:

CAILIN RUSSO BY TED EMMONS FOR WETHEURBAN ISSUE 7
Photography: Ted Emmons / Model: Cailin Russo / Styling: Palma Wright / MUA: Mattise Andrews / Hair: Sal Salcedo 
We takes a trip to Salvation Mountain as top model Cailin Russo stars in ‘Cali Sunshine’ shot by Ted Emmons for the latest edition of WeTheUrban.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL ISSUE
wetheurban:

CAILIN RUSSO BY TED EMMONS FOR WETHEURBAN ISSUE 7
Photography: Ted Emmons / Model: Cailin Russo / Styling: Palma Wright / MUA: Mattise Andrews / Hair: Sal Salcedo 
We takes a trip to Salvation Mountain as top model Cailin Russo stars in ‘Cali Sunshine’ shot by Ted Emmons for the latest edition of WeTheUrban.
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL ISSUE
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stormtrooperfashion:

Daniel Hivner by Raul Romo for C-Heads Magazine, June 2014
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wetheurban:

Rick Genest & Shaun Ross by Hadar Pitchon for WeTheUrban Issue 7
Past WeTheUrban cover star, Rick Genest, pairs up with Shaun Ross for ‘Dark Play’ featured in the latest edition of WeTheUrban!
Photographer: Hadar Pitchon / Stylist: Bobby Webster / MUA & Grooming: Astro for MAC Cosmetics 
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL ISSUE!
wetheurban:

Rick Genest & Shaun Ross by Hadar Pitchon for WeTheUrban Issue 7
Past WeTheUrban cover star, Rick Genest, pairs up with Shaun Ross for ‘Dark Play’ featured in the latest edition of WeTheUrban!
Photographer: Hadar Pitchon / Stylist: Bobby Webster / MUA & Grooming: Astro for MAC Cosmetics 
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL ISSUE!
wetheurban:

Rick Genest & Shaun Ross by Hadar Pitchon for WeTheUrban Issue 7
Past WeTheUrban cover star, Rick Genest, pairs up with Shaun Ross for ‘Dark Play’ featured in the latest edition of WeTheUrban!
Photographer: Hadar Pitchon / Stylist: Bobby Webster / MUA & Grooming: Astro for MAC Cosmetics 
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL ISSUE!
wetheurban:

Rick Genest & Shaun Ross by Hadar Pitchon for WeTheUrban Issue 7
Past WeTheUrban cover star, Rick Genest, pairs up with Shaun Ross for ‘Dark Play’ featured in the latest edition of WeTheUrban!
Photographer: Hadar Pitchon / Stylist: Bobby Webster / MUA & Grooming: Astro for MAC Cosmetics 
CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE FULL ISSUE!
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lapeste:

Leila Goldkhul by Lotus Josephine