The Latest

contemporaryartdaily:

Katrín Sigurdardóttir at Sculpture Center
Jul 23, 2014 / 355 notes
Jul 23, 2014 / 3,135 notes

yhji:

90’s Red Carpet Fashion: Kate Moss & Johnny Depp

(via natural-thin)

80s-90s-supermodels:

ELLE France, November 1993Photographer : Robert ErdmannModel : Kate Moss
Jul 23, 2014 / 2,263 notes

80s-90s-supermodels:

ELLE France, November 1993
Photographer : Robert Erdmann
Model : Kate Moss

(via natural-thin)

l-homme-que-je-suis:

Arthur Gosse & Janis Ancens Photographed by Boo George for Zara Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign
Jul 23, 2014 / 7,838 notes

l-homme-que-je-suis:

Arthur Gosse & Janis Ancens Photographed by Boo George for Zara Spring/Summer 2014 Campaign

(via natural-thin)

vicemag:

In Defense of Taking Selfies at Auschwitz and Other Depressing Places
A teenager from Alabama took a photo in front of a concentration camp where an estimated 1,000,000 people were killed. She did so while smiling. As you might have guessed, that did not sit well with the internet. In a New York Post article on the now-infamous Breanna Mitchell Auschwitz selfie, the writer quotes a particularly vitriolic response that simply said, “Did you manage to take any of you laughing inside a gas chamber or maybe one with your head stuck in a cremator?” A fair question which I don’t believe she took the time to answer.
In an instant, Breanna became as close to the Devil as you can get without being Donald Sterling. Business Insider collected some of the more amusing insults and reactionsfrom Twitter, which amounted to “fuck you” and little else. Despite this concerted effort to make her feel bad about herself, Breanna has continued to publicly defend her actions. It’s almost like she has so much self-esteem and so little self-awareness that she’d have to be the only kind of person who would be dumb enough to take a selfie at a concentration camp.

By being completely ignorant of how some would interpret her vague digital communication (the only thing that’s obvious from her photo is that she’s happy and she’s at Auschwitz. The rest is not clear), she’s influenced a global conversation on the limits of self-involvement. Some have come to her defense, reminding us all that she’s just a kid with a dead dad who shared her love of history. Others are plenty happy to keep fucking with her, which has pushed Breanna to make her Twitter page private. The internet is paying attention, and forming strong opinions about a picture she took over a month ago. Isn’t that something to be proud of? She’s already proud of herself for going to Auschwitz. Why not be proud of this too?
Continue

I fucking can’t.
Jul 23, 2014 / 228 notes

vicemag:

In Defense of Taking Selfies at Auschwitz and Other Depressing Places

A teenager from Alabama took a photo in front of a concentration camp where an estimated 1,000,000 people were killed. She did so while smiling. As you might have guessed, that did not sit well with the internet. In a New York Post article on the now-infamous Breanna Mitchell Auschwitz selfie, the writer quotes a particularly vitriolic response that simply said, “Did you manage to take any of you laughing inside a gas chamber or maybe one with your head stuck in a cremator?” A fair question which I don’t believe she took the time to answer.

In an instant, Breanna became as close to the Devil as you can get without being Donald Sterling. Business Insider collected some of the more amusing insults and reactionsfrom Twitter, which amounted to “fuck you” and little else. Despite this concerted effort to make her feel bad about herself, Breanna has continued to publicly defend her actions. It’s almost like she has so much self-esteem and so little self-awareness that she’d have to be the only kind of person who would be dumb enough to take a selfie at a concentration camp.

By being completely ignorant of how some would interpret her vague digital communication (the only thing that’s obvious from her photo is that she’s happy and she’s at Auschwitz. The rest is not clear), she’s influenced a global conversation on the limits of self-involvement. Some have come to her defense, reminding us all that she’s just a kid with a dead dad who shared her love of history. Others are plenty happy to keep fucking with her, which has pushed Breanna to make her Twitter page private. The internet is paying attention, and forming strong opinions about a picture she took over a month ago. Isn’t that something to be proud of? She’s already proud of herself for going to Auschwitz. Why not be proud of this too?

Continue

I fucking can’t.

paris2london:

(via Summer Crostini Party)
Jul 23, 2014 / 298 notes
Jul 23, 2014 / 84,093 notes

(via voxamberlynn)

Jul 23, 2014 / 611 notes
suicideblonde:

Naomi Campbell, Nadja Auermann, Stephanie Seymour, Linda Evangelista and Claudia Schiffer 
Jul 23, 2014 / 1,116 notes

suicideblonde:

Naomi Campbell, Nadja Auermann, Stephanie Seymour, Linda Evangelista and Claudia Schiffer 

Jul 23, 2014 / 10,554 notes