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"For the woman who stands alone."

— Yohji Yamamoto stating who his clothes are for after his show in Paris, 1981 (via ragandboner)

(Source: crystallizations, via 63ninablk)


We must have one love, one great love in our life, since it gives us an alibi for all the moments when we are filled with despair.”
—  Albert Camus, Notebooks 1935-1942 (via beyondstyx)
"If desire is repressed, it is because every position of desire, no matter how small, is capable of calling into question the established order of a society: not that desire is asocial, on the contrary. But it is explosive; there is no desiring-machine capable of being assembled without demolishing entire social sectors. Despite what some revolutionaries think about this, desire is revolutionary in its essence — desire, not left-wing holidays! — and no society can tolerate a position of real desire without its structures of exploitation, servitude, and hierarchy being compromised. […] [S]exuality and love do not live in the bedroom of Oedipus, they dream instead of wide-open spaces, and cause strange flows to circulate that do not let themselves be stocked within an established order."

Deleuze and Guattari, Anti-Oedipus, “Psychoanalysis and the Familialism: The Holy Family,” p. 116 (via feelingpolitical)


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Adrien Sahores filmed in a lookbook for Campus Marc O’Polo F/W 2014.

Paris. 28.8.14 | Lei


this kinda just blew my mind. susan sarandon.
"Before I almost used to think there was something wrong. Everybody else seemed to have the brakes on. A scene in a movie, a voice, a phrase was not for them volcanic. I never feel the brakes. I overflow."

Anais Nin (via glitterandvodka) (via littlefists)

"Love & Adios"
Bruce Weber - Vogue Italia, October 2000