womensweardaily:

Opening Ceremony Resort 2015
eatsleepdraw:

2003 IT man - Daniel Long Illustration
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wgsn:

Live from the Micam footwear tradeshow in Milan, we spotted this brand Johnny & Jessy who make modular espadrilles - which simply zip off so you can mix and match uppers with soles. Genius!
boomerstarkiller67:

Princess Leia - art by Carmine Infantino and Carlos Garzon
Different Types of Opals

sixpenceee:

Andamooka Rough Opal

Black Opal

Boulder Opal

Fossilized Opal

Ocean Opal

Raw Fire Opal

Tree Fossil with Opal Rings

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usnatarchives:

We’re continuing our six weeks of style and moving on from the fashion of the nineteenth century to the iconic look of the roaring 20s.
The 1920 Presidential election pitted the Democratic Party’s candidate, Governor James M. Cox of Ohio, against the Republican Party’s candidate, Senator Warren G. Harding of Ohio. By late September, both candidates were campaigning throughout the country. Cartoonist Clifford Berryman spoofs both candidates and the election with this display of many hats. For humor, men are depicted in women’s hats; similarly, women are adorned with men’s hats. Be sure to check out today’s Pieces of History post that features other fashion-related political cartoons from the Archives’ Berryman collection. Image: Political cartoon titled “News Note: It is reported that men and women are betting hats at the November elections, 09/22/1920”. National Archives Identifier: 6011634.
the-streetstyle:

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