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Reviving the Studio 54 of Paris: Fame & Debauchery in a Bathhouse turned Nightclub

It's photographs like this that stop me in my tracks when I'm browsing the internet, and I'm always saving them away in some folder that I never do anything with– until today! The time has come to unload my favourite art nouveau stunners on you. Let's start with this flower-shop in Brussels, designe

hadrians-view: “ Central Staircase in the Grands Magasins Dufayel department store, Paris, late century ”

Bookstore "Ler Devagar" in Óbidos - take your time with a book in this romantic walled small town Portugal

Ler Devagar, Portugal Bookstore in Óbidos, Portugal via View Post

1930s fashion, womens tailored two piece suits, they follow the natural curves and waistline, longer (went to mid calf) straight skirt.

1930s fashion

This design is based on a trim pattern I came across in an old 1960’s textile compendium book I picked up in a charity shop. It’s been a favourite of mine for years and Ive used it in many a project as a fancy trim. The original pattern was worked using the same size of stitch throughout for the leaf motif, but Ive tweaked and adapted to make it my own. It works brilliantly as a decorative necklace, the construction of the trim allows it to curve slightly so it sit’s perfectly around the…

This design is based on a trim pattern I came across in an old 1960’s textile compendium book I picked up in a charity shop. It’s been a favourite of mine for years and Ive used it in many a project as a fancy trim. The original pattern was worked using the same size of stitch throughout for the leaf motif, but Ive tweaked and adapted to make it my own. It works brilliantly as a decorative necklace, the construction of the trim allows it to curve slightly so it sit’s perfectly around the…

Large velvet purple sectional in a curved living room | 11 Rooms from Interior Designer Greg Natale

11 Rooms from Interior Designer Greg Natale

Australian designer Greg Natale is renowned for his bold and colorful approach to designing interiors. His new book, The Tailored Interior, is a compendium

This design is based on a trim pattern I came across in an old 1960’s textile compendium book I picked up in a charity shop. It’s been a favourite of mine for years and Ive used it in many a project as a fancy trim. The original pattern was worked using the same size of stitch throughout for the leaf motif, but Ive tweaked and adapted to make it my own. It works brilliantly as a decorative necklace, the construction of the trim allows it to curve slightly so it sit’s perfectly around the…

This design is based on a trim pattern I came across in an old 1960’s textile compendium book I picked up in a charity shop. It’s been a favourite of mine for years and Ive used it in many a project as a fancy trim. The original pattern was worked using the same size of stitch throughout for the leaf motif, but Ive tweaked and adapted to make it my own. It works brilliantly as a decorative necklace, the construction of the trim allows it to curve slightly so it sit’s perfectly around the…

She began to measure herself in contentment and laughter rather than inches and pounds.

Eating disorders quote - She began to measure herself in contentment and laughter rather than inches and pounds.

Cataract surgery was first found in ancient India and then introduced to other countries by the Indian physician Sushruta (ca. 800BC )who described it in his work the Compendium of Sushruta or Sushruta Samhita. The Uttaratantra section of the Compendium, chapter 17, verses 55–69, describe an operation in which a curved needle was used to push the opaque phlegmatic matter (kapha in Sanskrit) in the eye out of the way of vision. The phlegm was then blown out of the nose.

Cataract surgery was first found in ancient India and then introduced to other countries by the Indian physician Sushruta (ca. 800BC )who described it in his work the Compendium of Sushruta or Sushruta Samhita. The Uttaratantra section of the Compendium, chapter 17, verses 55–69, describe an operation in which a curved needle was used to push the opaque phlegmatic matter (kapha in Sanskrit) in the eye out of the way of vision. The phlegm was then blown out of the nose.

she will forever be my number one idol, timeless beauty.

{Marilyn the pinup} by Bert Reisfeld, 1953 ♥ parasol! Perhaps this could be the pin-up tattoo I always wanted

Charles Dana Gibson was one of the great masters of pen and ink and a major early figure in “Golden Age” illustration.  Look at the head of the “Gibson Girl” the center, and the variety of lines, from the short, fine pen strokes around the eyes and nose, to the fluid, calligraphic curves at the top of the hair (which I assume are done with a brush). Wonderful.

---- Eye Candy for Today: Gibson ink drawings // lines and colors Various drawings , Charles Dana Gibson F.

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