May 18, 2013


Being a 'gentleman' is becoming quite the trend lately. 
I hope it's more than just the look and men will learn how to behave again toward the world they live in and no, not only to us women.
But yes please, while you're at it, do take off those sun glasses while you're talking to me, it is not cool, it's annoying.

I think the world will be a better place if men know what's really cool (behaviour) and what's not.

Ofcourse I also hope that the trend of women being portrayed as fucked up naked ass bitches hoes will soon be over and being a lady will be the new cool.

Please men, keep up the good work and be not only good looking but be civil as well.

Tomboy Annemarie Schwarzenbach

annemarie schwarzenbach, berlin, 1932 - by marianne breslauer

Dennis Hopper


Peggy Moffit

Only 3 weeks to go!!



Oh John!

Seed of Chucky

Sometimes you just need a hug

We hug.

Pedro Almodovar and the cast of “I’m So Excited

When is this movie coming out? I wanna go and see!mrpinky:

Jean-Paul Goude - Pedro Almodovar and the cast of “I’m So Excited”

Rrrrrrr Bettie

Chaplain Kenny Lynch conducts a small church service for the troops stationed in Hwachon, Korea, August 28, 1951 (via Imgur)

Chaplain Kenny Lynch conducts a small church service for the troops stationed in Hwachon, Korea, August 28, 1951 

Ska ska ska orgaaaaaaan!

Kenny got a voice as sweet as honey

My lovely Bettie

Mamie, sassy as ever


Mamie Van Doren

May 17, 2013

:) :)

Current mod scene take on music is shite?


There's a new breed of mods in the UK: it's just a pity their music is no good

This durable subculture has influenced art, film and fashion. But modernists harking back to Britpop are missing the point
The original mods
The mod couple: as if this picture from the Olympics closing ceremony couldn't get cheesier, these mods were riding out to the Kaiser Chiefs. Photograph: Sport In Pictures / Alamy/Alamy
Mods rule! Whether it's Sir Wiggo modelling his spring/summer collection for Fred Perry, Miles Kane headlining the NME tour, orMartin Freeman still on our screens fighting off the evil dragon Smaug (obviously a metaphor for some dirty greaser), representatives of Britain's most enduring subculture have never been so prominent.
With the O2's British Music Experience now using the mods' RAF roundel, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the movement – which started with late-50s Londoners adopting the Italian suits they saw on Blue Note jazz sleeves, and adopting the scooter as a neat way of nipping through Soho after hours – was in danger of being blunted by the mainstream. Yet visit clubs from Glasgow'sFriday Street to Brighton's Mod For It, or look at YouTube footage of recent scooter runs and you'll see a new generation of cappuccino kids. March even saw 16 clubs join forces to raise £50,000 for Teenage Cancer Trust, promoting a new breed of mod bands called things like the Swagger and the Brassic. There's only one problem: they're rubbish.
If you were looking for a reason, Oasis, forever riding on the fishtails of Paul Weller in the 90s, didn't help; the "Modfather" had ceased moving forward after the Style Council's ill-fated but entirely logical detour into house music. The Gallaghers were pictured on scooters, publicising their Earls Court gig, and mods now seem to equate Britpop (mainstream, nostalgic) with modernism (elitist, forward-facing). Mod bands who dress the part but favour Britpop over black music and its myriad mutations – and admittedly your writer has only anecdotal evidence, though it's the sort of thing mods argue over, a lot – are like a Jpeg of a photocopy of Liam's bumcheeks.
Mod's aesthetic has influenced every aspect of British culture, its Bauhaus-inspired lines visible in everything from Terence Conran's furniture to Wayne Hemingway's housing estates. We've had a mod home secretary (Alan Johnson) and a mod TV chef (Stacie Stewart); only in music are they letting the side down. While it's asking a lot for any act to match the Who's riot of pop art ideas or the Small Faces' psych-soul surrealism, it's a contradiction that Dean Rudland, music editor on Eddie Piller's excellentModcast, has given some thought to. He reckons the scene is actually healthier when there aren't any mod bands. "If you walk around saying 'I only like music made by mods', you miss out on the most mod music," he says.
It's a great theory but can mod be meaningful without meaningfully modern music to accompany? Discussing seminal mod clothing brand Fred Perry's ongoing series of gigs – recent guests King Krule and Tom Vek; not a tonic suit in sight – its head of marketing Richard Martin said: "We want to blend the history of where we came from with a contemporary edge." Mods: your smart little subculture is in danger of scootering into a dead end.

Tracy meets Inga

DalĂ­ jewelery ca. 1950

Indoor forrest

There's a dreamhouse somewhere under there. architects

Respect your mom

Mod books!

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