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SAINT LAURENT PARIS
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greekgod:

BEHIND THE SCENES DEION FOR GODLY NEW YORK SUMMER COLLECTION RELEASING JULY 25th the SO-KATE T-SHIRT WILL ALSO BE RELEASING IN WHITE ALONG WITH A FEW OTHER PIECES  *FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM @OMGREEKGOD* for updates

He is the love if my life. Dead ass.

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I really fuck with how Godly is evolving as a brand

appreciate the support thank you! ^

Where can I like, get this shirt?

^^ GODLYNY.COM JULY 25th 
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the-front-row:

Giambattista Valli spring/summer 2014
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shadesofourlives:

RO.
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redprm:

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saloandseverine:

Vogue Us April 1997,  Couture Clash
 Kiara Kabukuru & Debra Shaw by Irving Penn
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asylum-art:

Yerin Do adds leather “parasites” to wooden furniture
Graduate designer Yerin Do presented leather clothes hooks that slot into wooden surfaces to make them look like they’re infested with fungi at the Royal College of Art degree show, For her Parasite Hooks project, Do drilled angled holes into the wooden surfaces of a wardrobe and an armchair. She described the process as “like planting” and told Dezeen that the project references the natural world. “Mushroom and moss grow on the trunks of trees, mussels growing on sea rocks – I am fascinated by these creatures that use the surface of another being as their base,” said Do. “They change its appearance and characteristic entirely.”
asylum-art:

Yerin Do adds leather “parasites” to wooden furniture
Graduate designer Yerin Do presented leather clothes hooks that slot into wooden surfaces to make them look like they’re infested with fungi at the Royal College of Art degree show, For her Parasite Hooks project, Do drilled angled holes into the wooden surfaces of a wardrobe and an armchair. She described the process as “like planting” and told Dezeen that the project references the natural world. “Mushroom and moss grow on the trunks of trees, mussels growing on sea rocks – I am fascinated by these creatures that use the surface of another being as their base,” said Do. “They change its appearance and characteristic entirely.”
asylum-art:

Yerin Do adds leather “parasites” to wooden furniture
Graduate designer Yerin Do presented leather clothes hooks that slot into wooden surfaces to make them look like they’re infested with fungi at the Royal College of Art degree show, For her Parasite Hooks project, Do drilled angled holes into the wooden surfaces of a wardrobe and an armchair. She described the process as “like planting” and told Dezeen that the project references the natural world. “Mushroom and moss grow on the trunks of trees, mussels growing on sea rocks – I am fascinated by these creatures that use the surface of another being as their base,” said Do. “They change its appearance and characteristic entirely.”
asylum-art:

Yerin Do adds leather “parasites” to wooden furniture
Graduate designer Yerin Do presented leather clothes hooks that slot into wooden surfaces to make them look like they’re infested with fungi at the Royal College of Art degree show, For her Parasite Hooks project, Do drilled angled holes into the wooden surfaces of a wardrobe and an armchair. She described the process as “like planting” and told Dezeen that the project references the natural world. “Mushroom and moss grow on the trunks of trees, mussels growing on sea rocks – I am fascinated by these creatures that use the surface of another being as their base,” said Do. “They change its appearance and characteristic entirely.”
asylum-art:

Yerin Do adds leather “parasites” to wooden furniture
Graduate designer Yerin Do presented leather clothes hooks that slot into wooden surfaces to make them look like they’re infested with fungi at the Royal College of Art degree show, For her Parasite Hooks project, Do drilled angled holes into the wooden surfaces of a wardrobe and an armchair. She described the process as “like planting” and told Dezeen that the project references the natural world. “Mushroom and moss grow on the trunks of trees, mussels growing on sea rocks – I am fascinated by these creatures that use the surface of another being as their base,” said Do. “They change its appearance and characteristic entirely.”
asylum-art:

Yerin Do adds leather “parasites” to wooden furniture
Graduate designer Yerin Do presented leather clothes hooks that slot into wooden surfaces to make them look like they’re infested with fungi at the Royal College of Art degree show, For her Parasite Hooks project, Do drilled angled holes into the wooden surfaces of a wardrobe and an armchair. She described the process as “like planting” and told Dezeen that the project references the natural world. “Mushroom and moss grow on the trunks of trees, mussels growing on sea rocks – I am fascinated by these creatures that use the surface of another being as their base,” said Do. “They change its appearance and characteristic entirely.”
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death-de-dior:

Here’s a sneak peak of my two favorite pieces I purchased today.
death-de-dior:

Here’s a sneak peak of my two favorite pieces I purchased today.
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