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"It was that female art of multitasking, he would conclude, that witchy capacity that girls possessed, that allowed them to retain dual and triple threads of attention at once. Girls could distinguish constantly and consciously between themselves and the performance of themselves, between the form and the substance. This double-handed knack, this perpetual duality, meant that any one girl was both an advertisement and a product at any one time. Girls were always acting. Girls would reinvent themselves, he later thought, with a sour twist to his mouth and his free hand flattening the hair on his crown, and boys could not."
Eleanor Catton, The Rehearsal (via elesheva)
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pieceofmeimages:

Florence Tétier
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angelina jolie and brad pitt | by steven klein 2005
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Siri Tollerød, Vogue Russia, 2010 by Miles Aldridge
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thorsagod:

i relate to this on a spiritual level
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stormtrooperfashion:

Olga Vlasenko in “Forever Young” by Dean Dalmacio for Design Scene, May 2014