10 Favorite Looks from CHANEL Paris Dallas FALL 2013-14 Metiers Art Show
'I will not be a common man. I will stir the smooth sands of monotony' #RIPPeterOToole
RIP #LouReed Thank you for making #music. #thevelvetunderground #alltomorrowsparties inspired part of my #sitespecific #uclaseniordanceproject @thestandard #theredcrinoline (at The Standard, Downtown LA)
Deborah Turbeville was born in Massachusetts. She would spend summers in Ogunquit, Maine surrounded by the sublime. This heavily influenced her photos. The ghost-like quality of her photographs are the results of high-grade films, the grainier the better. She described her photography style as having a lot of mistakes, but she ended up finding beauty in the mistakes so she started incorporating them into her work, for which she became famous (x).
Her series of photographs feature femme fatales and capture the cinematic style of the 1920’s - a moment frozen in time. The ambiance of her photos are eerie and poetic. The blurred faces and strange locations in her photographs create an enigma. From decaying Haute Couture gowns in dark forests, abandoned houses, gardens of evil, and her most famous series of women in a bathhouse, the psychological thrill of her photography will leave you frightfully enchanted.
Yesterday, Deborah Turbeville passed away. She died after and eight-month battle with lung cancer. The melodic music of Rachmaninoff was playing on her iPod when she passed away (x). She was 76 years old. She will be forever known for her tarnished photography style and capturing the ghastly essence of both fashion and life. She has worked very closely with brands such as Valentino and magazines such as Vogue. Her photographs seem cold, and dark yet each one tells a never-ending story. Her spirit will live forever on and continue to inspire others. RIP.
PHOSPHORESCENT- Song for Zula
#love this #vintage #russianmatchbox thinking of @kathrynjosie
Ginger in Palm Springs at The Colony Palms Hotel. In a vintage slip, Forever21 heels & Samsonite luggage.
#brigittebardot #classic #bathingbeauty #summerinspiration
Want every #bathingsuit here #summer #vintage #bathingbeauties #seashore #beachlooks
MidCentury Modern California. Palm Springs, April 2013. Vintage Frock and Samsonite. Photographer Clara Bottoms & Model Io Bottoms.