ajournalofimpossiblethings:

marielikestodraw:

lizawithazed:

best. flashmob. ever.

I am legit in tears.

I love the absolute JOY on people’s face, it’s quite something.

Perfect. 

cornelioex:

Seeking a Friend for the End of the World (2012)

DeVotchKa - How It Ends
50 plays

polaroids ::^)

fashioninhistory:

Evening Dress 
Mme. Olympe 
1865
This is one of two extant dresses bearing a Mme. Olympe label. Olympe Boisse was a French-born New Orleans dressmaker who regularly traveled to Paris to keep abreast of trend-setting French fashions of the time.such as those by Charles Frederick Worth and Emile Pingat. Mme. Olympe, as she was professionally known, initially was an importer of French goods but in time designed and sold her own garments. Her claim to fame is that, considering the date of this dress, she was one of the first, if not the first, American dressmakers to label her gowns, a practice intiated by Worth et Bobergh in the early 1860s.

fashioninhistory:

Evening Dress

Mme. Olympe

1865

This is one of two extant dresses bearing a Mme. Olympe label. Olympe Boisse was a French-born New Orleans dressmaker who regularly traveled to Paris to keep abreast of trend-setting French fashions of the time.such as those by Charles Frederick Worth and Emile Pingat. Mme. Olympe, as she was professionally known, initially was an importer of French goods but in time designed and sold her own garments. Her claim to fame is that, considering the date of this dress, she was one of the first, if not the first, American dressmakers to label her gowns, a practice intiated by Worth et Bobergh in the early 1860s.

cookwiththedevil:

bristol was gr9

cookwiththedevil:

bristol was gr9

greatwhiteprivilege:

do you ever think “wow i’m dating the biggest fucking nerd ever and i love it” cuz i do 24/7

dumbmovieblog:

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

dumbmovieblog:

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

The Smiths - How Soon Is Now?
13,793 plays

aer0phanesorceress:

How Soon Is Now? - The Smiths

Classics Countdown 33/53 The Rescuers

"Sure wish we’d taken the train!"