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My name is Emma. I'm an 18 year old art student from South Wales, UK. Hello...


The Beatles May 31, 1967
The Beatles May 31, 1967
rubyetc:

29/30th January 

rubyetc:

29/30th January 

august-mor:

Jane Goodall. National Geographic, 1974.
“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” 

august-mor:

Jane GoodallNational Geographic, 1974.

“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” 

brenluke:

Previously Unpublished Commission drawing for Aunty Meredith, 2011.  -Meredith/Golden Plains Music Festival  “Afternoon Light in the Supernatural Ampitheatre”  Ink on Paper

brenluke:

Previously Unpublished Commission drawing for Aunty Meredith, 2011.
-Meredith/Golden Plains Music Festival
“Afternoon Light in the Supernatural Ampitheatre”
Ink on Paper

miarosagreen:

agnekatmandu:

lamorbidezza:

Frida Gustavsson & Sophie Srej by Juergen Teller for Daisy by Marc Jacobs

Marc Jacobs fragrances are the prettiest

i used to wear daisy perfume allllll the time


One of Audrey’s earliest onscreen lines was: “Who wants a ciggy?” She would go on to smoke in Roman Holiday, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Charade, How to Steal a Million, Paris When it Sizzles and Two for the Road. 
The British brand Wills’ Gold Flake was her brand of choice (until they were taken off the market for high tar content) and later Kents. Audrey knew the dangers of smoking, so she often tried to cut down, but never managed to stop altogether. More often than not, her habit increased in times of stress.
 In the evenings, Audrey was known to ask “Would you be very chocked if I poured myself a small whisky? It’s awfully early, I know, but it must be six o’clock somewhere in the world.” How could anyone deny her? Maybe that’s why the Rat Pack labeled her “The Princess.” 
People magazine gave us a whole new perspective. “The day typically wound down with Heburn ambling around the house with a Kent cigarette and her nightly ‘two fingers’ of J&B Scotch.”
 It was Elizabeth Taylor who said: “The problem with people who have no vices is that generally you can be pretty sure they’re going to have some pretty annoying virtues.” It’s no wonder she and Audrey were good friends.

One of Audrey’s earliest onscreen lines was: “Who wants a ciggy?” She would go on to smoke in Roman Holiday, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Charade, How to Steal a Million, Paris When it Sizzles and Two for the Road.

The British brand Wills’ Gold Flake was her brand of choice (until they were taken off the market for high tar content) and later Kents. Audrey knew the dangers of smoking, so she often tried to cut down, but never managed to stop altogether. More often than not, her habit increased in times of stress.

In the evenings, Audrey was known to ask “Would you be very chocked if I poured myself a small whisky? It’s awfully early, I know, but it must be six o’clock somewhere in the world.” How could anyone deny her? Maybe that’s why the Rat Pack labeled her “The Princess.”

People magazine gave us a whole new perspective. “The day typically wound down with Heburn ambling around the house with a Kent cigarette and her nightly ‘two fingers’ of J&B Scotch.”

It was Elizabeth Taylor who said: “The problem with people who have no vices is that generally you can be pretty sure they’re going to have some pretty annoying virtues.” It’s no wonder she and Audrey were good friends.