jesciexvx:

Wishing Jayne Mansfield a very merry mirthday. (April 19, 1933 – June 29, 1967) “The difference between Marilyn’s and Jayne’s approach to intellectual pursuits is that Marilyn carried big heavy books around and hung out with brainy people to absorb their intellect, while Jayne really had a thirst for knowledge. Jayne was very proud of the fact that if she like something enough she would commit it to memory. At that time, The Satanic Bible was still in monograph form, and Jayne had pored over those pages until she knew most of it by heart…Marilyn gave me a copy of Stendhal’s On Love, and I still have a copy of Walter Benton’s This Is My Beloved, which we bought together on Sunset Boulevard. Marilyn turned me on to it—wanted me to read it and write something in it for her. I got as far as writing her name in it, but I ended up with the book. It meant a lot to me during a particularly dark period in my life after I left L.A. Jayne kept insisting I read The Story of O and I, Jan Cremer. She gave me a dog-eared copy of each. It seems a distinctly feminine trait to want to share books with people they care deeply about.” — Anton Szandor LaVey, The Secret Life of a Satanist: The Authorized Biography of Anton LaVey by Blanche Barton

jesciexvx:

Wishing Jayne Mansfield a very merry mirthday. (April 19, 1933 – June 29, 1967) “The difference between Marilyn’s and Jayne’s approach to intellectual pursuits is that Marilyn carried big heavy books around and hung out with brainy people to absorb their intellect, while Jayne really had a thirst for knowledge. Jayne was very proud of the fact that if she like something enough she would commit it to memory. At that time, The Satanic Bible was still in monograph form, and Jayne had pored over those pages until she knew most of it by heart…Marilyn gave me a copy of Stendhal’s On Love, and I still have a copy of Walter Benton’s This Is My Beloved, which we bought together on Sunset Boulevard. Marilyn turned me on to it—wanted me to read it and write something in it for her. I got as far as writing her name in it, but I ended up with the book. It meant a lot to me during a particularly dark period in my life after I left L.A. Jayne kept insisting I read The Story of O and I, Jan Cremer. She gave me a dog-eared copy of each. It seems a distinctly feminine trait to want to share books with people they care deeply about.” — Anton Szandor LaVey, The Secret Life of a Satanist: The Authorized Biography of Anton LaVey by Blanche Barton


Audrey…? Audrey?

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steve-kong:

Shady Hawkins
Matchless
January 18, 2014

steve-kong:

Shady Hawkins

Matchless

January 18, 2014

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theaccretion:

hallucinations. negative archives.

theaccretion:

hallucinations. negative archives.

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ruinsofdecay:

themaniamania:

MANIAMANIA Immortalia Collection featured in Bona Drag’s Ceremonial Collection LookbookSacred Wedding band and Ritual Solitaire RingPhotography by Alexandra Valenti


Swoon

ruinsofdecay:

themaniamania:

MANIAMANIA Immortalia Collection featured in Bona Drag’s Ceremonial Collection Lookbook

Sacred Wedding band and Ritual Solitaire Ring

Photography by Alexandra Valenti

Swoon

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130186:

Christian Siriano A/W 2013

130186:

Christian Siriano A/W 2013

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nonelikerae:

I wear red lipstick so I can mark my territory like tea mugs, sandwiches and boys.

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nebulasnovasandnightsky:

look if you unironically say ‘money can’t buy happiness’ then either you’ve never faced a real financial struggle or you’ve achieved enlightenment, because goddamn does financial security feel an awful lot like happiness when it’s something you’re not used to

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