10
Aug

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06
Aug


West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.
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West End musicals.

(Source: nikkidavis-jonesfans, via letmusicsetyoufreee)

05
Aug

everythingscenic:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream. William Bloodgood.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
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everythingscenic:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream. William Bloodgood.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
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everythingscenic:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream. William Bloodgood.
Oregon Shakespeare Festival.
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everythingscenic:

A Midsummer Night’s Dream. William Bloodgood.

Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

(via lulubreathestheatre)

31
Jul

ephemeral-elegance:

Feather Pereline, ca. 1830
FIDM Museum via Worn Through
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ephemeral-elegance:

Feather Pereline, ca. 1830
FIDM Museum via Worn Through
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ephemeral-elegance:

Feather Pereline, ca. 1830

FIDM Museum via Worn Through

31
Jul

musts:

© Michael Fitzsimmons [1] [2] [3]
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musts:

© Michael Fitzsimmons [1] [2] [3]
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musts:

© Michael Fitzsimmons [1] [2] [3]
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musts:

© Michael Fitzsimmons [1] [2] [3]

31
Jul

tiffanyahern:

if you haven’t heard es devlin’s perspective on design, strategy, history, music and art, now is the time. she’s genius. and her approach is inspiring.

tiffanyahern:

if you haven’t heard es devlin’s perspective on design, strategy, history, music and art, now is the time. she’s genius. and her approach is inspiring.

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30
Jul

mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka
Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.
Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.
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mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka
Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.
Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.
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mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka
Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.
Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.
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mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka
Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.
Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.
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mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka
Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.
Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.
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mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka
Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.
Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.
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mrchrisdangerfield:

The art and design work of the the late Eiko Ishioka

Edit: Two very courteous rebloggers alerted me to two errors. The third image image was the work of talented designer Rachel Forbes. Unfortunately, it shows up in a number of places as Eiko Ishioka’s work and caught my eye. It’s very creative. Hopefully, you can now find it properly via the link. The other image of Charlize Theron from Snow White and the Huntsman was obviously the work of the hugely well-known Colleen Atwood. Foolish of me not to have caught that one.

Corrected. Thank you for the kind alerts.

30
Jul

fripperiesandfobs:

Costume designed by Philip Prowse for the 1984 production of Phèdra
From the V&A

fripperiesandfobs:

Costume designed by Philip Prowse for the 1984 production of Phèdra

From the V&A

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