Inspired by model operas, Vogue China created the military themed editorial “A Fashion Revolution” for the April 2010 issue, with photographer Quentin Shih (Shi Xiao Fan), fashion editor Ling Wu, and model Du Juan in Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana and Hermès.
Photo source: Quentin Shih’s website
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psst i actually think this is kind of cool from a historical perspective
I was able to see a Chinese ballet while in Beijing and it really is amazing. All the dancers are dressed like this and it is stunning.
my absolute favorite card in Cards Against Humanity is
because of the question mark
we aren’t quite sure if it’s bees
it could be bees
it might be bees
it’s probably bees
but we just can’t be certain as to whether it is or is not bees
Tumblr is really just a big blue High School Musical fansite and everybody knows it
okay so I was watching Frozen in super slo-mo to get better screencaps and basically all the characters turned into drunks
Saw this at the mall and it disgusted me so I had to take a picture so I could complain about it on the internet
NOOOO this is in town??? What???