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Aug 19, 2014

Today I had my interview with Bordelle. I got to see their showroom in their design/production studio…

Just imagine Beyonce’s bedroom, but 10 times more beautiful than that.

I want to live in there, it’s the most stunning place on earth.

joslinlapin:

My fav one from last night Dr Sketchy in Montreal. 20 minutes pose. Theme was : Bondage.
Aug 19, 2014 / 144 notes

joslinlapin:

My fav one from last night Dr Sketchy in Montreal. 20 minutes pose. Theme was : Bondage.

(via erotic-bedroom-art)

Making a 1950’s style make-up bag, using my Antique 1940s - 50’s sewing kit I inherited recently.
To give as a Birthday Gift to my Mother in Law
- Made from Silk from Berwick street, and a beautiful pale pink/sparkle lace. - Photo does not do the fabrics justice.
Aug 18, 2014

Making a 1950’s style make-up bag, using my Antique 1940s - 50’s sewing kit I inherited recently.

To give as a Birthday Gift to my Mother in Law

- Made from Silk from Berwick street, and a beautiful pale pink/sparkle lace. - Photo does not do the fabrics justice.

Curves don’t epitomise a woman. Saying, ‘Skinny is ugly’ should be no more acceptable than saying fat is. I find all this stuff a very controlling and effective way of making women obsess over their weight, instead of exploiting their more important attributes, such as intellect, strength and power. We could be getting angry about unequal pay and unequal opportunities, but we’re too busy being told we’re not thin enough or curvy enough. We’re holding ourselves back.
Robyn Lawley, plus-size model  (via cherrypies)

(via thelingerieaddict)

Aug 17, 2014 / 1,314 notes
eagledaggerrosepanther:

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Aug 15, 2014 / 1,063 notes

eagledaggerrosepanther:

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Aug 15, 2014 / 10,413 notes
By Louise Strudwick
FashionContour/LCF
Aug 15, 2014

By Louise Strudwick

FashionContour/LCF

kush-and-cocopops:

This is the final design for the next part of my thigh sleeve. The theme of the sleeve is family, as my family is very important to me! The meaning and importance of this part is my ancestors. Some of my ancestors were Romany gypsy’s, therefore I want this on tattooed on my thigh. I cannot wait and my tattoo is booked for friday :)

How did this turn out in ink? would love to see
Aug 15, 2014 / 1,151 notes

kush-and-cocopops:

This is the final design for the next part of my thigh sleeve. The theme of the sleeve is family, as my family is very important to me! The meaning and importance of this part is my ancestors. Some of my ancestors were Romany gypsy’s, therefore I want this on tattooed on my thigh. I cannot wait and my tattoo is booked for friday :)

How did this turn out in ink? would love to see

Aug 15, 2014

I’m fed up with this society. I am going to start my own.

The struggle for young people compared to our parents generation is disgusting.

I am a prime example of that. Yes my career path is going well, but it’s down to the simple survival where there is a crisis. I’m 21 years old, and a student. In terms of applying for jobs, that basically listing my self as disabled. I have applied for hundreds of jobs, and have not had one positive reply.

I have been without a job for some time now, I barely have enough money to eat, let alone go out and enjoy life. I am trying to be an adult and move on with my life and live away from the parents nest, which is becoming impossible.

The main reason people fob me off, is because I am a ‘student’ - I’m sorry but doesn’t that in itself show that I am committed to improving myself, in meeting goals and deadlines. That I am punctual, intelligent and very able. So why does this effect my right to work, to earn a living doing a ‘normal job’. Please tell me why exactly I am incapable of greeting customers with a smile, and helping with their shopping experience. If I can present myself to one of the biggest Creative Directors in the fashion industry„ I”m sure I can  handle serving a few strangers perfectly well in a retail environment.

Don’t get me started with ‘We regret to inform you we have picked a more experienced candidate’.

- How the fuck do you expect us to get experience if no one will give us the chance to get it in the first place -

And when is there time to get experience, now the age of legal study has raised to 18, then expected to go straight into uni…

Where is the incentive for us youths to grow up, leave the nest, become self sufficient human beings? Instead we are being forced to live with our parents, fend off them untill we have left university. That is NOT acceptable. It in turn is effecting our parents generation, when they should be enjoying a quiet house, and leisurely activities, enjoying retirement, instead they have to extend their working & parenting years, and continue to provide for their young grown up children. It’s robbing them of their time and money aswell.

Yes okay, we get it, we are expected to get a great paid job once we have left uni. But hang on , we will be presented with around £50,000 in debt to clear before we can see a difference in our money situation, that’s if we can GET a graduate job, if they are available.

- I could go on and on -

Please Mr Cameron, can you explain in detail how this is working out for you? And where do you see our future as a generation?

shannonbrookeimagery:

Frankie Sin
hair by Madame Pomp
photo by Shannon Brooke
Aug 14, 2014 / 544 notes

shannonbrookeimagery:

Frankie Sin

hair by Madame Pomp

photo by Shannon Brooke