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15 Gothic Wedding Dresses: Challenging Traditions ❤ See more: http://www.weddingforward.com/gothic-wedding-dresses/ #wedding #gothic #dresses

15 Gothic Wedding Dresses: Challenging Traditions ❤ See more: http://www.weddingforward.com/gothic-wedding-dresses/ #wedding #gothic #dresses

"Jackson's ideal type (winter)" by got7outfits ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Topshop, River Island and NIKE

"Jackson's ideal type (winter)" by got7outfits ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Topshop, River Island and NIKE

Sasha Pivovarova is not only one of today’s top models, but she also is gifted at art. For the October 2017 issue of Interview Magazine, the Russian beauty shows off both talents in an editorial where she models alongside her original work. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, Sasha poses in breezy styles from the fall collections.... [Read More]

Sasha Pivovarova is not only one of today’s top models, but she also is gifted at art. For the October 2017 issue of Interview Magazine, the Russian beauty shows off both talents in an editorial where she models alongside her original work. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, Sasha poses in breezy styles from the fall collections.... [Read More]

풍성한 달빛을 머금은 한가위, 우리네 아리따운 여인들 - VOGUE.co.kr

풍성한 달빛을 머금은 한가위, 우리네 아리따운 여인들 - VOGUE.co.kr

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Dit droegen de mannen in de tijd van de Renaissance.

Dit droegen de mannen in de tijd van de Renaissance.

Soularie states in his Historical Memoirs of the Reign of Louis XVI, "When the Queen passed along the gallery at Versailles, you could see nothing but a forest of feathers, rising a foot-and-a-half above the head, and nodding to and fro. The Princesses, aunts of Louis XVI., who could not make up their minds to adopt these new fashions and copy the Queen every day, called these feathers a horse-trapping.

Soularie states in his Historical Memoirs of the Reign of Louis XVI, "When the Queen passed along the gallery at Versailles, you could see nothing but a forest of feathers, rising a foot-and-a-half above the head, and nodding to and fro. The Princesses, aunts of Louis XVI., who could not make up their minds to adopt these new fashions and copy the Queen every day, called these feathers a horse-trapping.