looks pretty until you look at the water #prospectparkswampmuck
I have been fantasizing about eating this exact sandwich again every day since I last ate it in September (at Rippers)
i toned the bleached bits down to like around a level 8/9 blonde (was 12/13 platinum before) and got a partial foil with lowlights in the back and highlights in the front to blend it in to a less harsh blonde. i’m staying blonde but not bleaching it anymore because i hate how damaging it is
roots are my natural color which is around a level 6 i think and gets much lighter in the sun
ph. Mia Dabrowski
jennirl reblogged your link and added:
relevant both to my interests and my job. excuse…
"But so often these misgivings manifest as indictments of the publicist and her work, rather than of the neoliberal economy that enables and necessitates this form of labor. And this is especially troubling given the disproportionate presence of women in PR."
Instead of the appropriation discourse, I suggest that critics and designers engage in an “inappropriate” discourse, one that reframes the debate to include all the things that are not carried over when white Western creators swipe from elsewhere. Rather than obsess over whether certain practices and forms of cultural appropriation are “good” or “bad,” “racist” or “post-racial,” respectful or not, inappropriate discourse asks what is not appropriate-able, what cannot be integrated into and continue to maintain the existing power structure of the high fashion system, and why. In doing so, we truly challenge the idea of the absolute power and authority of the West to control how the world sees, knows, and talks about fashion.
finally lighting the pink, glittery #witch candle @therejectionist made for me
Ann Demeulemeester SS 1999
i want this
Dropping worldwide April 1st.
oh my, i want these
The color photography of Elliott Erwitt c. 1950s-1970s (via)