Cats and Girls
Cats and Girls
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photo-reports:

The above photographs released on Sunday, September 21, 2014, by the Greek Culture Ministry shows the entire bodies of the two Caryatids, fully unearthed by archaeologists, and details of  their feet on a wall leading to the yet unexplored main room of the ancient tomb, in the town of Amphipolis, northern Greece. The two female figurines, “which stand at 2.27 meters, they are each dressed with a long chiton, a long fringed robe with rich folds, and kothornous, decorated with red and yellow, while their toes have been sculpted in great detail,” said the latest statement released by the Ministry of Culture on Sunday. The tomb dates between 325 B.C. —two years before the death of ancient Greek warrior-king Alexander the Great— and 300 B.C., the head archaeologist of the excavation Katerina Peristeri had said. Archaeologists excavating a massive burial mound in northern Greece have found two marble sculptures of female figures and a large, colored marble panel in what appears to be the antechamber of the main room. Earlier today, the Secretary of the Ministry of Culture Lina Mendoni, speaking during a Greek TV appearance, said there is evidence that there might be a fourth chamber in the monument. (Photo credits: ANA-MPA/Hellenic Culture Ministry)
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The above photographs released on Sunday, September 21, 2014, by the Greek Culture Ministry shows the entire bodies of the two Caryatids, fully unearthed by archaeologists, and details of  their feet on a wall leading to the yet unexplored main room of the ancient tomb, in the town of Amphipolis, northern Greece. The two female figurines, “which stand at 2.27 meters, they are each dressed with a long chiton, a long fringed robe with rich folds, and kothornous, decorated with red and yellow, while their toes have been sculpted in great detail,” said the latest statement released by the Ministry of Culture on Sunday. The tomb dates between 325 B.C. —two years before the death of ancient Greek warrior-king Alexander the Great— and 300 B.C., the head archaeologist of the excavation Katerina Peristeri had said. Archaeologists excavating a massive burial mound in northern Greece have found two marble sculptures of female figures and a large, colored marble panel in what appears to be the antechamber of the main room. Earlier today, the Secretary of the Ministry of Culture Lina Mendoni, speaking during a Greek TV appearance, said there is evidence that there might be a fourth chamber in the monument. (Photo credits: ANA-MPA/Hellenic Culture Ministry)
photo-reports:

The above photographs released on Sunday, September 21, 2014, by the Greek Culture Ministry shows the entire bodies of the two Caryatids, fully unearthed by archaeologists, and details of  their feet on a wall leading to the yet unexplored main room of the ancient tomb, in the town of Amphipolis, northern Greece. The two female figurines, “which stand at 2.27 meters, they are each dressed with a long chiton, a long fringed robe with rich folds, and kothornous, decorated with red and yellow, while their toes have been sculpted in great detail,” said the latest statement released by the Ministry of Culture on Sunday. The tomb dates between 325 B.C. —two years before the death of ancient Greek warrior-king Alexander the Great— and 300 B.C., the head archaeologist of the excavation Katerina Peristeri had said. Archaeologists excavating a massive burial mound in northern Greece have found two marble sculptures of female figures and a large, colored marble panel in what appears to be the antechamber of the main room. Earlier today, the Secretary of the Ministry of Culture Lina Mendoni, speaking during a Greek TV appearance, said there is evidence that there might be a fourth chamber in the monument. (Photo credits: ANA-MPA/Hellenic Culture Ministry)
photo-reports:

The above photographs released on Sunday, September 21, 2014, by the Greek Culture Ministry shows the entire bodies of the two Caryatids, fully unearthed by archaeologists, and details of  their feet on a wall leading to the yet unexplored main room of the ancient tomb, in the town of Amphipolis, northern Greece. The two female figurines, “which stand at 2.27 meters, they are each dressed with a long chiton, a long fringed robe with rich folds, and kothornous, decorated with red and yellow, while their toes have been sculpted in great detail,” said the latest statement released by the Ministry of Culture on Sunday. The tomb dates between 325 B.C. —two years before the death of ancient Greek warrior-king Alexander the Great— and 300 B.C., the head archaeologist of the excavation Katerina Peristeri had said. Archaeologists excavating a massive burial mound in northern Greece have found two marble sculptures of female figures and a large, colored marble panel in what appears to be the antechamber of the main room. Earlier today, the Secretary of the Ministry of Culture Lina Mendoni, speaking during a Greek TV appearance, said there is evidence that there might be a fourth chamber in the monument. (Photo credits: ANA-MPA/Hellenic Culture Ministry)
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sickomobb:


chantelle winnie for Ashish S/S 2015 - London Fashion Week

i am here for this indian designer putting all black and colored models on his runway
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Thaina Oliveira da Silva at Adriana Degreas S/S 2015 San Paolo

Thaina Oliveira da Silva at Adriana Degreas S/S 2015 San Paolo
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visualsofsamuelomare:

Street Styles of New York Fashion Week at Mercedes Benz Fashion Show
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Street Styles of New York Fashion Week at Mercedes Benz Fashion Show
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Street Styles of New York Fashion Week at Mercedes Benz Fashion Show
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Street Styles of New York Fashion Week at Mercedes Benz Fashion Show
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Street Styles of New York Fashion Week at Mercedes Benz Fashion Show
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Street Styles of New York Fashion Week at Mercedes Benz Fashion Show
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Street Styles of New York Fashion Week at Mercedes Benz Fashion Show
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Street Styles of New York Fashion Week at Mercedes Benz Fashion Show
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Street Styles of New York Fashion Week at Mercedes Benz Fashion Show
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Street Styles of New York Fashion Week at Mercedes Benz Fashion Show
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letswakeupworld:

A girl shows her decorated hands during a bridal competition show in  Peshawar, Pakistan.
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vintagebinger:

The ultimate flight of fancy: Devon Aoki is ethereal in an Yves Saint Laurent organza dress embroidered with bird of paradise feathers. The bird’s legendary plumage is one of Mother Nature’s most glorious, decadent tutus. Photo from French Vogue, March 2000. 
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cultureunseen:

Beautiful Black Ballerinas
cultureunseen:

Beautiful Black Ballerinas
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Beautiful Black Ballerinas
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Beautiful Black Ballerinas
cultureunseen:

Beautiful Black Ballerinas
cultureunseen:

Beautiful Black Ballerinas
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Beautiful Black Ballerinas
cultureunseen:

Beautiful Black Ballerinas
cultureunseen:

Beautiful Black Ballerinas
cultureunseen:

Beautiful Black Ballerinas
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