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The Distillers - Seneca Falls

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Let me assure you: the world is full of mediocre men who are stunning successes.
Fran Lebowitz. (via papermagazine)
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US Harper’s Bazaar May 2002 ”One Face, Three Looks” Rohini Tiwari by Inez and Vinoodh

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Composition of spaces women occupy in the paintings of Amrita Sher-Gil and the films of Mani Kaul.

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madamebeudet:

sankofa haile gerima (1993)

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mangoestho:

mangoestho:

me when i’m a teacher.

up in my office hours like…

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Your Mother Goddess is blind!

అమ్మోరు Ammoru (1995)

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amen69fashion:

Alek Wek by Karl Lagerfeld for Talk Magazine September 1999

amen69fashion:

Alek Wek by Karl Lagerfeld for Talk Magazine September 1999

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roserosette:

Macabre, 1980, Lamberto Bava. Gothic New Orleans through an Italian lens, awash in decay and faded luxury.

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vintageindianclothing:

1971-1980: The Magazines.

Though Baburao Patel had a gossipy paper running in the 50s, the easy-breezy salacious celeb magazine in India is a product of the 1970s and has never been bettered since. Stardust, started in 1971, wrote about the private lives of stars and bestowed on them monikers like Garam Dharam, Shotgun Sinha and Asli Ghee.  And in 1976 a 20 year old named Namita Gokhale started Super - on its cover in pic 2 is Yogita Bali aka Asli Ghee.

On the other side of the border there was Dhanak magazine (pic 1) which seems to have been all kinds of 70s cool. A bit more on 70s Pakistan here.

On the covers: plain sari+plain matching blouse; plucked eyebrows, the penchant for jewellery around the head….(X, X)

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harinef:

statueofthotness:

the hand says its all

i will be thinking about this hand all through rosh hashannah dinner

harinef:

statueofthotness:

the hand says its all

i will be thinking about this hand all through rosh hashannah dinner

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coeursfideles:

The Colonial Film : Moving Images of the British Empire site is a really good resource from films from and about the Britain’s colonial era, providing cinematic primary sources on British colonial ideology, and how colonial politics were translated into visual culture.  But watch carefully! These films are violently racist and promote the Empire in the most absurdly insulting ways.  Their value lies in what they teach about colonialism rather than any enjoyment or entertainment value.

Stills from:

Caribbean (Graham Wallace, 1951)

Delhi (Hans M. Dieter, 1938; cinematography by Jack Cardiff)

Children of the Jungle (Stanley Jepson, 1939)

Wives of Nendi (Stephen Peet, 1949)

Alien Orders (Crown Film Unit, 1951)

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amen69fashion:

Omahyra Mota by Alex Cayley for Dutch Magazine, 2002

amen69fashion:

Omahyra Mota by Alex Cayley for Dutch Magazine, 2002

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angel-cine:

Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001)

angel-cine:

Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001)

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Sobre La Belleza. Liu Wen and Joan Smalls photographed by Dusan Reljin for Vogue España September 2011
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