Hello, Sugar!
A little pinch of lovely.
Hello, Sugar!
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latenightjimmy:

Okay - this is one of those - is this happening - moments. As a kid from upstate NY - Vanity Fair is… a major investment. Yes. You know it, all of the big stars are on it - classy, cool and untouchable. I WOULD’NT even dream to be mentioned in it let alone the cover. To spend my money to buy a magazine was a giant deal. (Rolling Stone, Tigerbeat, MAD) But Vanity Fair? That is a down payment. Just BUYING A COPY meant that you know what’s up and you are doing well. I remember making that investment and reading and reading and keeping the magazine - like an old book. It was like the actors got a story (not necessarily the one they wanted) but a real story - plus Dominick Dunne murder mysteries - it kindof was a book.I still have some of my favorite magazines (SPIN, Details and Grand Royal (beastie boys fans know what I’m talking about)).
To meet David Kamp and know he’s writing about me is weird. To have ANNIE LEIBOVITZ take a picture of you is a story alone! These supermodels Alessandra Ambrosio and Doutzen Kroes were in the east river at 7am in December FREEZING in a bathing suit (it’s the 50th ann of SI Swimsuit Issue) I was freezing in my suit as well but these guys were troopers. I asked them if they ever looked BAD in anything. They are so pretty. They said of course!! It was then that I realized I could’ve been a supermodel.
Anyway- here I am. On the cover of Vanity Fair and I’m psyched, amazed, shocked and happy. Just so you know. - J
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humansofnewyork:

"Moe was a doctor, but we were the least medicated family in New York. He was very against prescription drugs, and very passionate about the benefits of veganism. Even though he was a doctor, he was always very wary of the healthcare industry. He thought the whole system was sustained by sickness, not health. He said there was little interest in curing patients, and little interest in killing patients, because everyone made their money off long-term illnesses sustained by drugs. Moe never charged his patients more than $5 per visit. Millionaires and homeless people paid the same price. For 30 years, he never once raised his prices. The IRS always thought our family was hiding money, because they didn’t believe a doctor could make so little."
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kateoplis:

"He was away for almost four years during the war. When he wrote me letters, he was never allowed to tell me where he was. So he’d draw cartoons to help me guess."
humansofnewyork
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questionableadvice:

dandyads:
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Baker’s Cocoa, 1911"Any Man can make it … it soothes both stomach and brain, and for this reason, as well as others, it is the best friend of those engaged in literary pursuits."
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smartgirlsattheparty:

odditiesoflife:

Amazing Surreal Body Art Illusions
These incredible body paintings are almost more performance art than body art. The models bodies are transformed into beautiful creatures. These body art illusions are created by 25-year-old German artist Gesine Marwedel. The young artist uses the human body as her canvas despite that it is a difficult medium to paint and work with - its living. Her canvas breathes, sweats and moves. Her paint brush turns models into amazingly alive swans or dolphins, making it hard to believe it’s all painted onto real people. Marwedel admits that she loves how body painting helps people to rediscover their beauty. (via Beautiful Life)

Sometimes a new view makes all the difference.
smartgirlsattheparty:

odditiesoflife:

Amazing Surreal Body Art Illusions
These incredible body paintings are almost more performance art than body art. The models bodies are transformed into beautiful creatures. These body art illusions are created by 25-year-old German artist Gesine Marwedel. The young artist uses the human body as her canvas despite that it is a difficult medium to paint and work with - its living. Her canvas breathes, sweats and moves. Her paint brush turns models into amazingly alive swans or dolphins, making it hard to believe it’s all painted onto real people. Marwedel admits that she loves how body painting helps people to rediscover their beauty. (via Beautiful Life)

Sometimes a new view makes all the difference.
smartgirlsattheparty:

odditiesoflife:

Amazing Surreal Body Art Illusions
These incredible body paintings are almost more performance art than body art. The models bodies are transformed into beautiful creatures. These body art illusions are created by 25-year-old German artist Gesine Marwedel. The young artist uses the human body as her canvas despite that it is a difficult medium to paint and work with - its living. Her canvas breathes, sweats and moves. Her paint brush turns models into amazingly alive swans or dolphins, making it hard to believe it’s all painted onto real people. Marwedel admits that she loves how body painting helps people to rediscover their beauty. (via Beautiful Life)

Sometimes a new view makes all the difference.
smartgirlsattheparty:

odditiesoflife:

Amazing Surreal Body Art Illusions
These incredible body paintings are almost more performance art than body art. The models bodies are transformed into beautiful creatures. These body art illusions are created by 25-year-old German artist Gesine Marwedel. The young artist uses the human body as her canvas despite that it is a difficult medium to paint and work with - its living. Her canvas breathes, sweats and moves. Her paint brush turns models into amazingly alive swans or dolphins, making it hard to believe it’s all painted onto real people. Marwedel admits that she loves how body painting helps people to rediscover their beauty. (via Beautiful Life)

Sometimes a new view makes all the difference.
smartgirlsattheparty:

odditiesoflife:

Amazing Surreal Body Art Illusions
These incredible body paintings are almost more performance art than body art. The models bodies are transformed into beautiful creatures. These body art illusions are created by 25-year-old German artist Gesine Marwedel. The young artist uses the human body as her canvas despite that it is a difficult medium to paint and work with - its living. Her canvas breathes, sweats and moves. Her paint brush turns models into amazingly alive swans or dolphins, making it hard to believe it’s all painted onto real people. Marwedel admits that she loves how body painting helps people to rediscover their beauty. (via Beautiful Life)

Sometimes a new view makes all the difference.
smartgirlsattheparty:

odditiesoflife:

Amazing Surreal Body Art Illusions
These incredible body paintings are almost more performance art than body art. The models bodies are transformed into beautiful creatures. These body art illusions are created by 25-year-old German artist Gesine Marwedel. The young artist uses the human body as her canvas despite that it is a difficult medium to paint and work with - its living. Her canvas breathes, sweats and moves. Her paint brush turns models into amazingly alive swans or dolphins, making it hard to believe it’s all painted onto real people. Marwedel admits that she loves how body painting helps people to rediscover their beauty. (via Beautiful Life)

Sometimes a new view makes all the difference.
smartgirlsattheparty:

odditiesoflife:

Amazing Surreal Body Art Illusions
These incredible body paintings are almost more performance art than body art. The models bodies are transformed into beautiful creatures. These body art illusions are created by 25-year-old German artist Gesine Marwedel. The young artist uses the human body as her canvas despite that it is a difficult medium to paint and work with - its living. Her canvas breathes, sweats and moves. Her paint brush turns models into amazingly alive swans or dolphins, making it hard to believe it’s all painted onto real people. Marwedel admits that she loves how body painting helps people to rediscover their beauty. (via Beautiful Life)

Sometimes a new view makes all the difference.
smartgirlsattheparty:

odditiesoflife:

Amazing Surreal Body Art Illusions
These incredible body paintings are almost more performance art than body art. The models bodies are transformed into beautiful creatures. These body art illusions are created by 25-year-old German artist Gesine Marwedel. The young artist uses the human body as her canvas despite that it is a difficult medium to paint and work with - its living. Her canvas breathes, sweats and moves. Her paint brush turns models into amazingly alive swans or dolphins, making it hard to believe it’s all painted onto real people. Marwedel admits that she loves how body painting helps people to rediscover their beauty. (via Beautiful Life)

Sometimes a new view makes all the difference.
smartgirlsattheparty:

odditiesoflife:

Amazing Surreal Body Art Illusions
These incredible body paintings are almost more performance art than body art. The models bodies are transformed into beautiful creatures. These body art illusions are created by 25-year-old German artist Gesine Marwedel. The young artist uses the human body as her canvas despite that it is a difficult medium to paint and work with - its living. Her canvas breathes, sweats and moves. Her paint brush turns models into amazingly alive swans or dolphins, making it hard to believe it’s all painted onto real people. Marwedel admits that she loves how body painting helps people to rediscover their beauty. (via Beautiful Life)

Sometimes a new view makes all the difference.
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pwatem:

"A lot of pictures deal with certain feelings I’m having in a certain space. I like going into woods and forests and experiencing this weird euphoric state when I start daydreaming, going off of that and producing works in response to the feelings I get; sometimes I get lost in my head in magical spaces." Nicholas Scarpinato, cover artist for Poictesme. Read the full interview here and see more of his work here. 
pwatem:

"A lot of pictures deal with certain feelings I’m having in a certain space. I like going into woods and forests and experiencing this weird euphoric state when I start daydreaming, going off of that and producing works in response to the feelings I get; sometimes I get lost in my head in magical spaces." Nicholas Scarpinato, cover artist for Poictesme. Read the full interview here and see more of his work here. 
pwatem:

"A lot of pictures deal with certain feelings I’m having in a certain space. I like going into woods and forests and experiencing this weird euphoric state when I start daydreaming, going off of that and producing works in response to the feelings I get; sometimes I get lost in my head in magical spaces." Nicholas Scarpinato, cover artist for Poictesme. Read the full interview here and see more of his work here. 
pwatem:

"A lot of pictures deal with certain feelings I’m having in a certain space. I like going into woods and forests and experiencing this weird euphoric state when I start daydreaming, going off of that and producing works in response to the feelings I get; sometimes I get lost in my head in magical spaces." Nicholas Scarpinato, cover artist for Poictesme. Read the full interview here and see more of his work here. 
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Loose Lips Sinking Ships & Agile Minds Lagging Behind
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The Beautiful Changes

One wading a Fall meadow finds on all sides
The Queen Anne’s Lace lying like lilies
On water; it glides
So from the walker, it turns
Dry grass to a lake, as the slightest shade of you
Valleys my mind in fabulous blue Lucernes.

The beautiful changes as a forest is changed
By a chameleon’s tuning his skin to it;
As a mantis, arranged
On a green leaf, grows
Into it, makes the leaf leafier, and proves
Any greenness is deeper than anyone knows.

Your hands hold roses always in a way that says
They are not only yours; the beautiful changes
In such kind ways,
Wishing ever to sunder
Things and things’ selves for a second finding, to lose
For a moment all that it touches back to wonder.

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Richard Wilbur
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racheletnicole:

Rachel, Flower GirlFleaMadonna mesh dress, Dorothy Perkins boots
Photos by Darrel Hunter
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