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  2. sherekahnsgirl:

    LOOK AT THAT STACK OF SUITS!!!  Jesus.

     
  3. kannezza:

    My lovely #TomHiddleston and a fan

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  4. kzookev:

    Tom Hiddleston just performed at the Wheatland Music Festival. He is learning how to play like Hank Williams for a bio pic from Rodney Crowell.

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  6. livelymorgue:

    July 30, 1922 (or, according to Napoleon’s Republican calendar, 12 Thermidor): Civil War re-enactors, eat your hearts out: Students of the St. Cyr Military School in Brittany, France, dressed like a Napoleonic battalion, complete with diminutive despot. Photo: The New York Times

     
  7. livelymorgue:

    July 30, 1922 (or, according to Napoleon’s Republican calendar, 12 Thermidor): Civil War re-enactors, eat your hearts out: Students of the St. Cyr Military School in Brittany, France, dressed like a Napoleonic battalion, complete with diminutive despot. Photo: The New York Times

     
  8. putinsboots:

    can-u-not-my-wayward-son:

    he’s like a teenage girl at a sleepover

    THOMAS

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  9. books0977:

    Costume sketch for the street dancer from the ballet Petrushka by Igor Stravinsky (1911). Alexander Benois (Russian, 1870-1960). Watercolour, pencil and silverpaint on paper.

    Benois began his career at the Mariinsky Theatre as a scenic designer, and quickly expanded his role to be at the forefront of ballet set and costume design. His most famous production was Petrushka, in 1911, a production in which he also co-wrote the libretto with composer Igor Stravinsky. 

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  10. mortisia:

    Toilette aux courses (Outfits for Races occasion).
    Deauville, 1906 France. 

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