Ming Xi for the Vogue China April 2014 issue, photographed by Nathaniel Goldberg and styled by Julia Von Boehm

Ming Xi for the Vogue China April 2014 issue, photographed by Nathaniel Goldberg and styled by Julia Von Boehm

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skaodi:

Zuhair Murad Haute Couture Fall 2012.

skaodi:

Zuhair Murad Haute Couture Fall 2012.

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everydaycarry:

STITCH & LOCKE Minimalist CORK Wallet
Aiming to stand apart from a men’s accessories market saturated with bulky, mundane, leather wallets, Calvin Kwok of San Francisco-based STITCH & LOCKE is releasing their first product, the Minimalist CORK Wallet. Kwok’s take on the front-pocket cardholder features an eco-friendly denim and cork construction, easily accessible outer pockets for cards, and an interior pocket for cash and everything else, all in a super-slim design. Early adopters can purchase the wallet starting today until Friday, May 23rd, for $26 USD through their Kickstarter campaign.
BUY NOW ($26)

This is totally vegan, so happy to see someone make something awesome like this without just defaulting to leather.

seanbonner:

everydaycarry:

STITCH & LOCKE Minimalist CORK Wallet

Aiming to stand apart from a men’s accessories market saturated with bulky, mundane, leather wallets, Calvin Kwok of San Francisco-based STITCH & LOCKE is releasing their first product, the Minimalist CORK Wallet. Kwok’s take on the front-pocket cardholder features an eco-friendly denim and cork construction, easily accessible outer pockets for cards, and an interior pocket for cash and everything else, all in a super-slim design. Early adopters can purchase the wallet starting today until Friday, May 23rd, for $26 USD through their Kickstarter campaign.

BUY NOW ($26)

This is totally vegan, so happy to see someone make something awesome like this without just defaulting to leather.

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Chanel Haute Couture Spring 2008 details.

Chanel Haute Couture Spring 2008 details.

howtobeafuckinglady:

People creaming themselves over Nicki now that she’s “toned it down”  and is going “back to her roots” or whatever leaves a really bad taste in mouth. Maybe all the pink drag and pop music was an aspect of herself she wanted to explore? How you even know who the “real” Nicki is? Like dressing up in “wacky” outfits doesn’t make you fake.  

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