a couch o’ bozos lookin’ like a bunch o’ faygos.
MENSWEAR: Christopher Kane Spring/Summer 2014
London Collections: Men has officially begun (and with a huge bang)! This Spring/Summer 2014 season was all about fit, print, and color for Christopher Kane.
Monochromatic with explosions of either dizzying graphical 3D lines or neon colors or both, Christopher Kane made us love every piece above! More after the jump:
i need ALL of the colors.
those kids who still think liking old music makes them special
it actually does. that means you’re different and it’s something to be proud of ^_^
wait, so has quirkybrittany officially been designated a troll yet?
on the subject of sexism, the sexist behaviour towards taylor swift’s actions are far worse and need to be addressed far more urgently than any possible subtle hints at some sexist message in taylor’s lyrics y’all need your heads looking at
I agree she faces backlash she shouldn’t…
Well, first of all, it’s not “on her back” it’s “on the matress” so, you already showed that you don’t even know her lyrics well.
Second of all, it’s easy to take one line from one song and use it to discredit all the wonderful messages that she sends to young girls and just people in general in her own songs.
Messages about self-love, friendship, family, growing up, worrying about your future, realizing that sometimes you may be the problem, speaking up for yourself and what you want, turning a terrible situation into a positive learning experience.
Not to mention the things that she stands for in her personal life: kindness, caring about others, being a good person, not letting your own problems affect the way you treat others, loving yourself and respecting others, etc.
Not to mention the fact that she’s one of the few female artists, actually no, one of the few artists who are responsible for writing and producing almost all of her material, are incredibly involved with their careers, from her image to her shows, to the lyrics on her songs.
All of that while still having to deal with sexist and just plain rude comments and the overall difficulties of being not only a woman, but one that has every action analyzed by everyone. Someone who has her whole life commented on and that is target of several misconceptions regarding her personal life and dating history.
All of that while still being under 25 years old.
So, what was your point again?
I find her problematic, I’m not attacking you. I don’t like her whole “whore/virgin” dichotomy thing in the We Belong song or whatever it is either. She does slut shame, it’s fineif you’re still a fan, doesn’t mean you’re not a feminist. Chill out, you’re not Taylor Swift, I wasn’t criticizing you. My point isn’t invalid because you like her and her other songs. Sorry.
maybe if taylor swift wasn’t falling in love with a new male pop star each week she wouldn’t be such a laughable icon. just gonna stop myself there.
Dion Fortune (1890 - 1946) - occultist, writer, psychologist.
Fortune was a prolific writer - often writing about the occult in the form of fiction to hide some of her message in plain sight (and avoid anti-witchcraft laws). She stands with Aleister Crowley as one of the great popularizers of the occult, but is more clear, open, and forthcoming.
I still think it’s possible that Amanda Bynes is a performance artist similar to Ann Coulter who I’m absolutely convinced is a performance artist, but anyway the only reason I’m pretty sure Amanda is faking it or whatever is because of her tweets about Jeans.
“I think jeans look good on everyone, they are just plain sexy”
“those are my thoughts on jeans”