Yohji Yamamoto Femme - A/W 1996
untrustyou:

Elinor Carucci
hollyhocksandtulips:

Trampoline, 1950s
fuckyeahvintageillustration:

kafkasapartment:

Le Sillon advertising poster, 1897. Fernand Toussaint. Color lithograph

This poster by Fernand Toussaint advertises an exhibition by the artists’ group Le Sillon, which was active in Brussels in the 1890s. It shows a romantic image of a woman cutting flowers, surrounded by foliage. Toussaint was primarily a painter, but when he created this image he achieved instant recognition in the field of poster design. The colours are soft and glowing, and the lines have the flowing quality typical of Art Nouveau imagery. Le Sillon is French for furrow, and the image symbolises the aims and expression of a young artist making his mark. (Source)

METAL September/October 2010: Jacob Coupe by Giorgio Codazzi
weirdvintage:

The reflection of starlet Peggy Castle in the Hall of Mirrors in New Jersey, from the National Bulletin Magazine, December 29, 1969 (scanned by WeirdVintage)
koreanmodel:

Kwak Ji Young in Phuong My by An Le for Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam September 2014
skydandelion:

re-levant:

oystermag:

Yimmy Yayo x Oyster’s MBFWA Casting

montana!

b&w
foxmouth:

Collaboration, 2014 | by Chris Schoonover
saloandseverine:

Jacquemus Spring 2015  by Lea Colombo
furples:

Carina Lammers @ Zero + Maria Cornejo S/S 14
taintedhopes