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Vanessa Axente, Candice Swanepoel, Naomi Campbell, Fei Fei Sun, Anna Ewers, Christy Turlington, Karen Elson & Caroline Trentini photographed by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia September 2014 

(Source: vogueanon, via itsmyrayeraye)

koreanmodel:

Choi Sora for Dazed and Confused Korea June 2013

koreanmodel:

Choi Sora for Dazed and Confused Korea June 2013

"What came first — the music or the misery?" That sad-sack line from High Fidelity more or less sums up most people’s relationship with sad music: necessary and potentially indulgent. But as it turns out, listening to sad music isn’t just an excuse to partake in a pity party — it’s scientifically proven to be healthy.

There’s a scientific reason we listen to sad music  (via micdotcom)

"…more empathetic people typically enjoy sad music. Sad music may offer us a safe proxy to work through our own feelings — and offer us comfort that we aren’t alone."

(via nearlya)

(via nearlya)

The police can go to downtown Harlem and pick up a kid with a joint in the streets. But they can’t go into the elegant apartments and get a stockbroker who’s sniffing cocaine.

Noam Chomsky

I’ve seen more drugs behind the brick walls of my private college than I have ever even heard of back home in my hood.

(via newwavefeminism)

(Source: thoughtcatalog.com, via nearlya)

wmagazine:

Cinched Style
Photograph by Willy Vanderperre; styled by Melanie Ward; W magazine September 2014. 

wmagazine:

Cinched Style

Photograph by Willy Vanderperre; styled by Melanie Ward; W magazine September 2014.