jimmy eats choos.
im S .PR. industrial design student. Ballet flats, teas and herbal remedies are my thing.



my couture blog.



disclaimer: dont claim any of the pictures i post.
jimmy eats choos.
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laughingsquid:

Kraken, A Squid-Shaped Packaging Concept for Squid Ink Pasta
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facina-oris:

ASHI STUDIO SPRING/SUMMER 2014
facina-oris:

ASHI STUDIO SPRING/SUMMER 2014
facina-oris:

ASHI STUDIO SPRING/SUMMER 2014
facina-oris:

ASHI STUDIO SPRING/SUMMER 2014
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hipsterfood:

breakfast today. we’ve updated our recipe index - check out meal ideas here.
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How to color eggs with onion shells.
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"If pain must come, may it come quickly. Because I have a life to live, and I need to live it in the best way possible. If he has to make a choice, may he make it now. Then I will either wait for him or forget him."
Paulo Coelho, By the River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept (via observando)
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"Choosing a path meant having to miss out on others. She had a whole life to live, and she was always thinking that, in the future, she might regret the choices she made now. “I’m afraid of committing myself,” she thought to herself. She wanted to follow all possible paths and so ended up following none. Even in that most important area of her life, love, she had failed to commit herself. After her first romantic disappointment, she had never again given herself entirely. She feared pan, loss, and separation. These things were inevitable on the path to love, and the only way of avoiding them was by deciding not to take that path at all. In order not to suffer, you had to renounce love. It was like putting out your own eyes not to see the bad things in life."
Paulo Coelho, Brida (via observando)
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fashioninhistory:

Necklace
René Jules Lalique
1897
René-Jules Lalique was born in the Marne region of France. As a young student he showed great artistic promise and his mother guided him toward jewelry making. From 1876 to 1878 he apprenticed with Louis Aucoc, a noted Parisian jeweler. By the 1890s he had opened his own workshop in Paris and become one of the most admired jewelers of the day.
Lalique avoided using precious stones and the conservatively classical settings favored by other leading jewelers of the time. Rather, he combined semiprecious stones with such materials as enamel, horn, ivory, coral, rock crystal, and irregularly shaped Baroque pearls in settings of organic inspiration, frequently accentuated by asymmetrical curves or elaborate flourishes.
He designed this powerfully evocative necklace for his second wife, Augustine-Alice Ledru, around the turn of the century. The repeats of the main motif — an attenuated female nude whose highly stylized curling hair swirls around her head and whose arms sensuously curve down to become a border enclosing enamel-and-gold swans and an oval cabochon amethyst — are separated by pendants set with fire opals mounted in swirling gold tendrils.
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queen-goblin-approximately:

The Legendary Grace Jones
queen-goblin-approximately:

The Legendary Grace Jones
queen-goblin-approximately:

The Legendary Grace Jones
queen-goblin-approximately:

The Legendary Grace Jones
queen-goblin-approximately:

The Legendary Grace Jones
queen-goblin-approximately:

The Legendary Grace Jones
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