1. "The prayers flow better when they’re soaked in gin."

    Neon Cathederal

    -MACKLEMORE

  2. kieljamespatrick:

don’t mind if I do (at Bob Bob Ricard)

    kieljamespatrick:

    don’t mind if I do (at Bob Bob Ricard)

  3. #ok2talk

    #ok2talk

  4. Take me there…

    Take me there…

  5. Life in Italia is good.

    Life in Italia is good.

  6. Loving Guerlain 


Few beauty brands have the mystique that Guerlain does. Since it was founded in 1828, Guerlain’s storied creations include some of the best-loved perfumes of all time—Jicky, L’Heure Bleue and, of course, Shalimar—as well as many ground-breaking makeup and skincare products that were the first of their kind. You can thank Guerlain for inventing the modern lipstick: they were the first to put lipstick in a tube in 1870. That bronzer you can’t live without? Guerlain created the first bronzing powder in the 1980s. Belle de Nuit takes its inspiration from a haunting scent Guerlain launched in 1933 called Vol de Nuit (“night flight”), named for a novel by the poet and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and produced as an homage to the most famous aviatrixes of the day—daring women like Amelia Earhart and Jacqueline Cochrane, who held more speed records than any other pilot, male or female. One of the first fragrances to have prominent green notes, Vol de Nuit was packaged in a groundbreaking Art Deco bottle that combined glass and metal to evoke the blades of a propeller. This subtle design is echoed in both the packaging and night sky-inspired colors of the Belle de Nuit collection, referencing the beauty of flight in all its forms.

Get it here.

    Loving Guerlain 

    Few beauty brands have the mystique that Guerlain does. Since it was founded in 1828, Guerlain’s storied creations include some of the best-loved perfumes of all time—Jicky, L’Heure Bleue and, of course, Shalimar—as well as many ground-breaking makeup and skincare products that were the first of their kind. You can thank Guerlain for inventing the modern lipstick: they were the first to put lipstick in a tube in 1870. That bronzer you can’t live without? Guerlain created the first bronzing powder in the 1980s. 

    Belle de Nuit takes its inspiration from a haunting scent Guerlain launched in 1933 called Vol de Nuit (“night flight”), named for a novel by the poet and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and produced as an homage to the most famous aviatrixes of the day—daring women like Amelia Earhart and Jacqueline Cochrane, who held more speed records than any other pilot, male or female. One of the first fragrances to have prominent green notes, Vol de Nuit was packaged in a groundbreaking Art Deco bottle that combined glass and metal to evoke the blades of a propeller. This subtle design is echoed in both the packaging and night sky-inspired colors of the Belle de Nuit collection, referencing the beauty of flight in all its forms.

    Get it here.

  7. Erickson Beamon, The Redemption of Eve: Return to the Garden.


  8. Ten Years Later: A Tribute 9/11

    My favorite 9/11 tribute in New York City can be found in Bryant Park. 2,819 empty chairs on the lawn facing the site where the World Trade Center once stood, one chair for every life lost. The number of empty chairs captures the enormity of the lives lost and the stark emptiness of it just drives home the point that I hope is never forgotten. 2,819 people were here one moment and gone the next. 2,819 went to work or boarded a plane one morning ten years ago thinking it would be another ordinary day and they never came home.

  9. Window display in Roma…

    Window display in Roma…

  10. THE STORY

    We welcome any chance to have our inner Stevie Nicks emerge and shake her tambourine, so the trend for wearing feathers in your hair is one that’s caught our attention. While the witchy woman look is great on the weekend, however, it’s not ideal for every work situation.  Which is why we’re enjoying the versatility of these feather earrings from Brooklyn jewelry designer Lisa Levine.

    Made by hand using shoulder-dusting chains and black-and-cream rooster feathers, “They’re intended,” says Levine, “for the wild spirit in each of us.” We’re featuring two styles: Everything Feathers with sterling silver, gold-fill chains and a wild child vibe; and Bird on a Wire with sterling silver chains and a slightly softer silhouette.

    Both styles work with standard-issue Stevie gear like billowing chiffon and lace shawls, but we prefer them with jeans and a T-shirt or a dress and sandals. Or, hell, even a suit. Because getting in touch with the rock star within is always a good look.”

    -All content from AHALife

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