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FASHION: Maison Kitsune Fall/Winter 2014 Lookbook

The Fall/Winter 2014 Collection by Parisian fashion label Maison Kitsune draws inspiration from 60’s British rock culture.

Mega-babe Kilo Kish and model Tom Burke are lensed by photographer Henrik Purienne in a lookbook that is almost too perfect for words.

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hungarian:

today in class someone sneezed & my teacher told them to shut up

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toukos:

self positivity is f*cking great!!! u think ur cool??? then ur cool!!! u think ur cute??? then ur hella cute!!! look at you go. so amazing

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lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

lovequotesrus:

Everything you love is here

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tatsuohira:

civil-anarchy:

isozyme:

mountains-crush-oceans:

a decellularized “ghost” heart

aaaaaaaay extracellular matrix
How cool is it that when you take all the cells out of an organ it still looks like an organ?
I remember when I was in high school and still very confused about how tissues worked, because all anyone taught me was that we’re made up of piles of cells hung on bones.  But that’s not how it is!  Cells build themselves little hammocks of polymer and densely branched glycoproteins; we’re like onions, layers of membrane over tough rubbery collagen, huge protein scaffolds cradling slippery organs.
Bodies are not made of cells — bodies are made by cells.


That was the coolest explanation I’ve heard

tatsuohira:

civil-anarchy:

isozyme:

mountains-crush-oceans:

a decellularized “ghost” heart

aaaaaaaay extracellular matrix

How cool is it that when you take all the cells out of an organ it still looks like an organ?

I remember when I was in high school and still very confused about how tissues worked, because all anyone taught me was that we’re made up of piles of cells hung on bones.  But that’s not how it is!  Cells build themselves little hammocks of polymer and densely branched glycoproteins; we’re like onions, layers of membrane over tough rubbery collagen, huge protein scaffolds cradling slippery organs.

Bodies are not made of cells — bodies are made by cells.

That was the coolest explanation I’ve heard

(via fabiangow)