Jillian Soballi.

Ask & ye shall receive    Chicago vintage kitsch & cool wrapped up in a modern feminist girl.

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Alicia Borrás for Andrés Sardá S/S 2015


Oof!!

130186:

Alicia Borrás for Andrés Sardá S/S 2015

Oof!!

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Chicago residents:

Good urban/nature exploring sites. And, go!

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#Chicago 
bcollis:

Francoise Hardy with her iconic sunglasses 

bcollis:

Francoise Hardy with her iconic sunglasses 

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premierbonheur:

eyeslikecherrypie:

premierbonheur:

I’ll be the boy who breaks your heart

What purple is that in your hair?! This is super cute

That’s manic panic ultra violet, punky colors plum, manic panic virgin snow, and a lot of conditioner

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class-struggle-anarchism:

besturlonhere:

paxamericana:

DiCaprio announcing the completion of the cosmic death ray he’s been building on Skull Island.

"You have my demands. Either I get my Oscar….or you get death rayed."

Holy fuck it’s Lenin
he’s….. back

class-struggle-anarchism:

besturlonhere:

paxamericana:

DiCaprio announcing the completion of the cosmic death ray he’s been building on Skull Island.

"You have my demands. Either I get my Oscar….or you get death rayed."

Holy fuck it’s Lenin

he’s….. back

— 5 days ago with 441 notes
retrogasm:

My first graphic design tool box.

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

retrogasm:

My first graphic design tool box.

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

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cookiesdf:

Please, don’t be that person. Nobody likes that person.

Check it out at Tapastic!

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"I don’t consider the books to be anti-authoritarian. But I do think it is important, if you think something is wrong, to question authority — because, you know, there are villains in real life, and they don’t always wear black capes and black hats. Sometimes they’re dressed like authority figures. And kids need to know that it’s important to question them."
Author Dav Pikley’s reaction to Captain Underpants earning the number one spot as the most frequently challenged book in America. The book has topped the most challenged books list for two years now. (via npr)
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