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SURFBOART




kitschmix:

Photography Braden Summers, traveled to six different countries to take this series of photo, which prove that no matter where you are, love is equal. As a gay man, Braden was tired of the LGBT community being misrepresented in media imagery – or worse absent completely. He decided to take matters into his own hands. He traveled all over the world to create dramatised romantic scenes featuring only gay couples. The results are beautiful, with real meaning and LOVE.




mymodernmet:

Guitar Ear-O by Carina Ostermayer

Functioning headphones made with repurposed guitar parts.










therutz:

buy me the red wings

therutz:

buy me the red wings




camyya:

KEXP session (01.17.14), NYC * Photos by Ben Mobley




Lupita Nyong’o for Miu Miu Spring/Summer 2014




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queennubian:

coochiewalliwallie:

blckvttvck:

Every female wanna be a Goddess now

Thats bad?

The fact that someone has an issue with women wanting to be called goddess but has no probelms calling “female” is telling.



ineedtothinkofatitle:

how can I be gender non-conforming if I don’t know what gender I’m not conforming to?




streetetiquette:

Gilt : Street Etiquette was founded in 2008 by Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs to chronicle the intersection of their world and its realities (i.e., “Street”) and their passion for traditional, gentlemanly style (which is where “Etiquette” comes in). What started out as a blog is now a brand — half moodboard of Josh and Travis’s ever-evolving, inimitable aesthetic, half incubator for groundbreaking projects like the photo shoot “The Black Ivy” (which itself evolved into a collection). Their latest major project, “Slumflower,” is an editorial shoot-cum-short film (not yet released) that further explores the duality at the core of Street Etiquette and introduces a new level of artistic edge to their work.
We’re thrilled to be teaming up with these guys on two amazing sales: On Gilt Man, the duo has curated the keys to the “Slumflower” look, from suits and ties to shoes, bracelets, and more, while over on Gilt Home they’ve picked the pieces that define their take on interior design. Both sales include prints from the shoot, and both go live Wednesday Jan. 22 at 9pm ET. Check out the video below for more on the duo, the shoot, and the partnership.

streetetiquette:

Gilt : Street Etiquette was founded in 2008 by Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs to chronicle the intersection of their world and its realities (i.e., “Street”) and their passion for traditional, gentlemanly style (which is where “Etiquette” comes in). What started out as a blog is now a brand — half moodboard of Josh and Travis’s ever-evolving, inimitable aesthetic, half incubator for groundbreaking projects like the photo shoot “The Black Ivy” (which itself evolved into a collection). Their latest major project, “Slumflower,” is an editorial shoot-cum-short film (not yet released) that further explores the duality at the core of Street Etiquette and introduces a new level of artistic edge to their work.

We’re thrilled to be teaming up with these guys on two amazing sales: On Gilt Man, the duo has curated the keys to the “Slumflower” look, from suits and ties to shoes, bracelets, and more, while over on Gilt Home they’ve picked the pieces that define their take on interior design. Both sales include prints from the shoot, and both go live Wednesday Jan. 22 at 9pm ET. Check out the video below for more on the duo, the shoot, and the partnership.




3intheam:

Lupita Nyong’o on her way to collect the SAG award for Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role.

3intheam:

Lupita Nyong’o on her way to collect the SAG award for Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role.




ivanfahy:

Gender Binary vs. Gender Non-Binary
Model: Ivan Fahy

ivanfahy:

Gender Binary vs. Gender Non-Binary

Model: Ivan Fahy




I just dropped like $1,000 on a computer. Yikes.