1. pylore:

    Li Wei and Ataui Deng photographed by Evan Browning for REVS S/S 2013

    (via dedalusex)

  2. bodyrock:

    Beyonce - “Me, Myself & I” Making Of

    This was a Peak Bey moment tbh

    (via turnthatcherry)

  3. dynamicafrica:

    Fuzzy coats, loose bottoms, button up shirts and tartan prints are must-haves for autumn in this Fader Fall 2014 fashion editorial.

    Styling Mobolaji Dawodu.
    Styling Assistance
    Elsa Lam, Anh Mai, Megan Soria.
    Allie Smith using Nars.
    Photography assistance
    Chris Grosser.

    This is gooooooood

  5. gradientlair:


    Future me

    (Source: gimmiethatblackgurlhair)


  6. I am still watching this damn show.

    Why is it so easy to watch over and over again? There’s only like 5 shows I can watch like this: SATC, A Different World, The Cosby Show, Living Single, and honestly Keeping Up with the Kardashians. It’s like they all have the same meditative quality. I wish I could explain why. I got nothing.

  7. curvesincolor:

    Eva Marcille and Amber Rose.

    Wait they’re so pretty! They should do something together I’d watch it.

    (via magnacarterholygrail)


  8. Anonymous said: why do black people use you in the wrong context? such is "you ugly" instead of "you're ugly" I know u guys can differentiate, it's a nuisance



    you a bitch

    It’s called copula deletion, or zero copula. Many languages and dialects, including Ancient Greek and Russian, delete the copula (the verb to be) when the context is obvious.

    So an utterance like “you a bitch” in AAVE is not an example of a misused you, but an example of a sentence that deletes the copular verb (are), which is a perfectly valid thing to do in that dialect, just as deleting an /r/ after a vowel is a perfectly valid thing to do in an upper-class British dialect.

  9. blackaudacity:





    Yea I feel the same everytime I put hispanic on the application. I wonder if I put black and white will I get the job. 

    i doubt youd get it if you put black. 

    we go through the same discrimination 

    Yea do not put Black. I know Latinos and Hispanics get shit on, but I really don’t understand how so many of yall are convinced regular Black folks don’t too. No its not an oppression contest, but it does genuinely shock me. I applied for at least 50-75 jobs before I decided to put mixed on one application. My name is already “white.” I got a call back within 24 hours and an interview within the week. I had a straight weave in my hair that I extended for an extra week cause I knew I probably wouldn’t get the job if I had my natural hair out.

    What’s sad is that I read this and legit thought “Wait maybe applying as mixed is a lifehack?” Fucking SAD.

    (via 2brwngrls)


  10. Like also let me give Anna credit for featuring VOGUE on SATC that was actually pretty forward thinking

    Also Carrie can’t take proper criticism smh but this Vivienne Westwood skirt suit is EVERYTHING! EVERYTHINGGGGGG


  11. I am still watching SATC, avoiding housework

    I know I’m getting old because I would have married Aidan.

    He wasn’t perfect, but he was a solid dude who had heaps of patience and was willing to put in for the long haul. He also was tall and would have been a good dad.

    I feel like this is high level adult reasoning on the topic.


  12. thatdudeemu:


    I was always confused by the statement “Teach men not to rape" because it implies that men are taught to rape women. Or if men aren’t "taught" to not rape women then we will have the urge to do so.

    My parents never taught me not to rape women. It was just…

  13. aglitteryreign:


    Liu Wen in “Midtown” for Numéro China #42 September 2014, ph. by Txema Yeste.

    This is seriously one of the best eds I’ve seen in a long time.


  15. unimpressed2chainz:

    why kim k stans so delusional and crazy “she overcame having her sex tape leaked and is actually an important business woman” like can’t you just say her contouring/bodycon dress game is tight and be done w/ it 

    Also everyone knows it’s Kris creating these checks out of thin air.

    Said it once and I’ll say it again: I would be the first to enroll in a Kris Kardashian MBA program. Her lack of scruples is honestly borderline inspirational.