A Balinese dancer, seated.
Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit (ca. 1910’s)
Christina Rossetti, Sing-song: a nursery rhyme book (1915) Illustrations by Arthur Hughes
Been hearing 50s music everywhere I go lately… makes me feel like a teenager.such a spooky version…
Edward Gorey loved cats (and books). A lot. Sometimes more than people.
Sometimes cats and books are easier to love than people. IJS.
Fancy Dress, Lost Princess. Kirsten Pieters photographed by Xavier Cariou and Damien Beneteau a.k.a. Les Cyclopes for A Magazine.
“Olivier Theyskens is a dreamer, a man whose wandering mind has found inspirations in the world of botany, in the subtle curves of the human form, and in the myths and fairytales of centuries past. The opening story in his magazine is a dramatic, sensual recognition of this fact – diving deep into the Belgian forest to capture the journey of a young girl as she hurries through the hazy, verdant fields. A white swan stands guard in one image as the heroine flies through the smoke, and in another two peacocks are camouflaged by the dense foliage. Les Cyclopes’ photographs hold the subtle matt quality of watercolour painting, accentuated by the faded pastel hues of the lush flora and Theyskens’ flyaway silks.”
We expand and we grow, Its’ a part of being human, it’s a part of adapting to changes. Stretch marks and scars are a part of you, a part of the past that brought you to the stage you’re at right now. They are unique to you, and deserve to be embraced.
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