americasnextkhaleesi:

she-keepsitspooky

oh my god
amajor7:

currently reading

amajor7:

currently reading

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officialdaddyegbert:

I love it when younger girls look up to older girls as role models and heroes. I love it when older girls enthusiastically support and protect younger girls. I love it when girls are psyched about the skills and accomplishments of other girls, I love it when girls compliment each other, take care of each other, encourage each other. I love it when girls realize how awesome and important they are. I love it when girls are fuckin’ pumped about girls.

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officialdaddyegbert:

I love it when younger girls look up to older girls as role models and heroes. I love it when older girls enthusiastically support and protect younger girls. I love it when girls are psyched about the skills and accomplishments of other girls, I love it when girls compliment each other, take care of each other, encourage each other. I love it when girls realize how awesome and important they are. I love it when girls are fuckin’ pumped about girls.

(Source: officialgolgothasterror)

street-blues:

vape pens are mouth fedoras

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omocat:

thinking of you

omocat:

thinking of you

Gaby Claudia Anna : october, 2014

Gaby Claudia Anna : october, 2014

thegetty:

We’re so thrilled to have Japanese photographer Mikiko Hara in LA with us this week. 
Her work is featured in In Focus: Tokyo. She photographs young women she passes by on the streets of Tokyo. These snapshots give us a glimpse into a story we’ll never know the end to.
Do you have a question for Mikiko? About her photography, her practice, her thoughts on Tokyo, or beyond? We’ll get the scoop.
Ask us here, on Twitter or on Facebook.

thegetty:

We’re so thrilled to have Japanese photographer Mikiko Hara in LA with us this week. 

Her work is featured in In Focus: Tokyo. She photographs young women she passes by on the streets of Tokyo. These snapshots give us a glimpse into a story we’ll never know the end to.

Do you have a question for Mikiko? About her photography, her practice, her thoughts on Tokyo, or beyond? We’ll get the scoop.

Ask us here, on Twitter or on Facebook.