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staying back in school for extra credits lmao

sirensongfashion:

Givenchy Haute Couture by Alexander McQueen S/S 1997

digital-future:

Sasha Pivovarova by Mario Sorrenti for Harper’s Bazaar US November 2007

digital-future:

Sasha Pivovarova by Mario Sorrenti for Harper’s Bazaar US November 2007

Someday - The Strokes
labsinthe:

"Paparazzi’ Mariacarla Boscono photographed by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Paris 2005

labsinthe:

"Paparazzi’ Mariacarla Boscono photographed by Patrick Demarchelier for Vogue Paris 2005

metropolitanh:

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metropolitanh:

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thefashiondontlivewithoutvogue:

"Body Beautiful": Angelina Jolie, photographed by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue US April 2002

thefashiondontlivewithoutvogue:

"Body Beautiful": Angelina Jolie, photographed by Annie Leibovitz for Vogue US April 2002

pansoph:

it’s so nice being alive at the same time as you

"I’m self-sufficient. I spend a lot of time on my own and I shut off quite easily. When I communicate, I communicate 900 per cent, then I shut off, which scares people sometimes."
- Björk (via ttender)

rovrsi:

Vlada at Alessandro Dell’ Acqua F/W 2007 Menswear.

Taro - Alt-J

Alt-J — Taro

Santa Monica Dream - Angus & Julia Stone

neumodernamerican:

Santa Monica Dream by Angus & Julia Stone

lvmrsmn:

British Model Jourdan Dunn Makes History on Forbes Richest Models List.
Whilst 34-year-old German-Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen ranks highest on the list with earnings amassing to $47 million, before taxes and fees, over the past 12 months, 24-year-old Dunn isn’t doing too badly for herself with earnings of $4 million at this stage of her career, and being in an industry heavily dominated by white models - something Dunn has been vocal about.
Another reason to celebrate Dunn’s feature on this of 21 models, who made $142 million between in the past year, is that Dunn is the first black British model to ever enter the Forbes richest models list.
Before you bring up Naomi Campbell’s name, though she made a considerable amount of money during her peak days as both a runway and editorial model in the 90s and early 2000s, Forbes invented this list in 2006 after Naomi’s hey-day in the fashion industry. The list is put together based on a model’s earnings from fashion-related jobs and endorsements over the past 12 months. American model Joan Smalls was the only other black model to make the cut. Liu Wen and Adriana Lima*, who came in at number 3, make up the non-white models on the list.
However, despite the glitz and glamour that surrounds the life of a model, most models don’t get paid for runway gigs or editorial features and, according to Forbes, opportunities with top haute couture brands may not always pay as much as we think they do.
See the full list here.
(image via thelivepost)
*Lima identifies as both Afro-Brazilian and Mixed-race.
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lvmrsmn:

British Model Jourdan Dunn Makes History on Forbes Richest Models List.

Whilst 34-year-old German-Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen ranks highest on the list with earnings amassing to $47 million, before taxes and fees, over the past 12 months, 24-year-old Dunn isn’t doing too badly for herself with earnings of $4 million at this stage of her career, and being in an industry heavily dominated by white models - something Dunn has been vocal about.

Another reason to celebrate Dunn’s feature on this of 21 models, who made $142 million between in the past year, is that Dunn is the first black British model to ever enter the Forbes richest models list.

Before you bring up Naomi Campbell’s name, though she made a considerable amount of money during her peak days as both a runway and editorial model in the 90s and early 2000s, Forbes invented this list in 2006 after Naomi’s hey-day in the fashion industry. The list is put together based on a model’s earnings from fashion-related jobs and endorsements over the past 12 months. American model Joan Smalls was the only other black model to make the cut. Liu Wen and Adriana Lima*, who came in at number 3, make up the non-white models on the list.

However, despite the glitz and glamour that surrounds the life of a model, most models don’t get paid for runway gigs or editorial features and, according to Forbes, opportunities with top haute couture brands may not always pay as much as we think they do.

See the full list here.

(image via thelivepost)

*Lima identifies as both Afro-Brazilian and Mixed-race.

Twitter | Facebook | Instagram | Pinterest | Soundcloud | Mixcloud

(via dynamicafrica)