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Cara Delevigne in “Queen Cara” by Benny Horne for Vogue Australia, October 2013

Notice the vintage elegance of the Victorian aged attire turned modern.♥

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Hipster styles of course will never die, although…They will, however (in my guess and prediction of the near future), somehow blend in along side the styles of punk rock goths… Considering the fact that some hipster hairstyles are part scene-queen and part punk-rock goths… <3
Some fashion trends to die down, but hipster styles usually almost always never fades. Some MAY claim that if being hipster DOES become way too “mainstream” what then of hipsters?
Honestly that would be a very could question….
my answer…
let them and their mysterious stylish vintage 90’s geeky nerd-ish ways speak for them and for “hipster-dom” themselves. :)
I know it may sound like a harsh kinda way to put it, but basically hipsters really do have a style of their own…
I know should be saying “hipstah. please”, but still you have to admit on one thing….
aside from it being stylish…
It’s also very addictive. <3

Hipster styles of course will never die, although…
They will, however (in my guess and prediction of the near future), somehow blend in along side the styles of punk rock goths… Considering the fact that some hipster hairstyles are part scene-queen and part punk-rock goths… <3

Some fashion trends to die down, but hipster styles usually almost always never fades. Some MAY claim that if being hipster DOES become way too “mainstream” what then of hipsters?

Honestly that would be a very could question….

my answer…

let them and their mysterious stylish vintage 90’s geeky nerd-ish ways speak for them and for “hipster-dom” themselves. :)

I know it may sound like a harsh kinda way to put it, but basically hipsters really do have a style of their own…

I know should be saying “hipstah. please”, but still you have to admit on one thing….

aside from it being stylish…

It’s also very addictive. <3

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I predict the grungy Japanese punk rock goth styles in the near future &lt;3 ;D let&#8217;s see if the next predictions are true. O;

I predict the grungy Japanese punk rock goth styles in the near future <3 ;D let’s see if the next predictions are true. O;

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wgsn:

Monday’s shows at #LFW saw another set of winning trends, included among them were: 
Pretty pastels 
Asymmetric hems
Floral with a twist 
Embroidery 
Lace 

wgsn:

Monday’s shows at #LFW saw another set of winning trends, included among them were: 

  • Pretty pastels 
  • Asymmetric hems
  • Floral with a twist 
  • Embroidery 
  • Lace 
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Loving this

Loving this

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The problem with today&#8217;s society.

The problem with today’s society.

Sculpture by  Ishibashi Yui

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Stohead (Germany)

Stohead’s artistic passion is to depict the art of writing, which is displayed throughout his oeuvre. Scripture transports information, provokes thoughts and emotions, which coalesce and are then permanently preserved on paper. However, scripture can turn into an aesthetic masterpiece when using the skill of calligraphy. It is this very process combined with the code of the streets that characterize Stohead’s creative work. These codes are composed of lyrics from songs, texts, and or keywords of relevant social issues decoded and organized by the artist.  With repetition of the extracted phrases they are then turned into a design and or a three-dimensional sculpture.The arrangement diverts readability and leaves the beholder with the impact of colour figure, and shape. With fierce determination and intense physical labour, Stohead puts his raw emotions and feelings into the sculptures primer.

When the viewer starts to decipher the codes they will be confronted with subtitle references to socio-critical themes and poetical discourse in daily world affairs. The quite aggressive diction in Stohead’s calligraphies evolves from his disillusions, anger, and feelings toward a generation that is overburdened with technology. Stohead represents his cultural identity by seeking inspiration from the Hip-Hop and Punk music scene. He uses their urban vocabulary as a main source of inspiration for his work. Therefore preserving the scripture of the street beyond the digital realm and viewing himself as a modern day historian.

[more Stohead | artist found at nearlya]

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the-inspirational-quotes:

Inspirational Quotes #NewPost [4]

the-inspirational-quotes:

Inspirational Quotes #NewPost [4]

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Please watch Liam James (https://www.facebook.com/liamjamesss) of Australia in his cover of “Skinny Love” by Birdy

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yourmothershouldknow:

Victoria Beckham Primavera/Verano 2014

Semana de la Moda de Nueva York

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Victoria Beckham Spring/Summer 2014

New York Fashion Week

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