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La llamaron Felicidad y ya, desde muy pequeña, sintió la necesidad de ser una fugitiva. Y desde entonces el mundo la persigue.
Dani Rovira (via queennarnia)
Jun 27, 2014 / 2,407 notes
ralphlauren:





The view from above through Ralph Lauren Vintage Keyhole Sunglasses 
Jun 27, 2014 / 231 notes

ralphlauren:

The view from above through Ralph Lauren Vintage Keyhole Sunglasses 

Jun 24, 2014 / 10,764 notes
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brigitteferrara:

Laetitia Casta
Jun 24, 2014 / 211 notes

brigitteferrara:

Laetitia Casta

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Jun 24, 2014 / 937 notes
suit-bowtie:

Timeless style, originality, sprezzatura…Pitti Uomo again :)
Jun 24, 2014 / 53 notes

suit-bowtie:

Timeless style, originality, sprezzatura…Pitti Uomo again :)

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ivyleaguepreppy:

 
Jun 24, 2014 / 1,804 notes
dustjacketattic:

Sels design
Jun 24, 2014 / 182 notes

dustjacketattic:

Sels design

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the-suit-man:

Suits & mens fashion @ http://the-suit-man.tumblr.com/
Jun 24, 2014 / 259 notes
dustjacketattic:

photo ashley kelemen
Jun 24, 2014 / 52 notes

dustjacketattic:

photo ashley kelemen

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Jun 24, 2014 / 1,985 notes
poplipps:

Yesterdays activity. Just me and a lonely #beach chair in #Stbarths #island life #amazing (at St Barth (french West Indies))
Jun 24, 2014 / 14 notes

poplipps:

Yesterdays activity. Just me and a lonely #beach chair in #Stbarths #island life #amazing (at St Barth (french West Indies))

rollingstone:

Playlist: The best of Nirvana.
Jun 24, 2014 / 705 notes
thisistheverge:

This machine creates flexible 3D structures out of wool and paper
As 3D printing inches its way ever closer to the mainstream, industrial designer Oluwaseyi Sosanya has come up with a unique alternative: a machine that can weave fabric into three dimensional shapes. A graduate student from the Royal College of Art, Sosanya’s concept weaves together layers of material at different heights, to create 3D shapes, like a honeycomb pattern. Once the design is woven it can then be dipped in silicone to make it stronger.
Jun 24, 2014 / 96 notes

thisistheverge:

This machine creates flexible 3D structures out of wool and paper
As 3D printing inches its way ever closer to the mainstream, industrial designer Oluwaseyi Sosanya has come up with a unique alternative: a machine that can weave fabric into three dimensional shapes. A graduate student from the Royal College of Art, Sosanya’s concept weaves together layers of material at different heights, to create 3D shapes, like a honeycomb pattern. Once the design is woven it can then be dipped in silicone to make it stronger.