The 20th annual Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue photographed by Annie Leibovitz
Don’t let that image fool you. Click on the video; you won’t regret it.
(You’ll probably also shed a few tears at the end.)
AHHHHHHHHH. So good!
See this, THIS is how adult education and illiteracy should be in real life.
People being kind, supportive, encouraging, not mocking because you took a little longer to learn something.
I’m sorry I get really emotional about people learning and education and I’m crying really hard right now because I really wish this was a commercial for a adult education network/organization that was becoming mainstream and commonplace and celebrated and not about alcohol
This is a beautiful commercial. Even though it is a commercial for alcohol, it hands down beats the usual marketing devices for such products.
this is fucking fantastic
I’M NOT CRYING YOU’RE CRYING
you know I used to be a person who did not cry at things?
NOT TRUE ANYMORE.
jeez. watch this.
“As actors, you become an expert at starting over. Every single role brings with it an ignorance and an insecurity, and so you have to approach it with the same curiosity and humility. I’m always nervous. Doesn’t matter how many times I do this. But I remind myself it’s because I care”.
Nigerian artist Joseph Eze’s (b.1979) portrait series deals with the intersection between Nigeria’s politics and the female body. Click the images for the title and date
Beard Bows, it could work.
He’s so fuckin cute look at his little face he’s so happy to have a BOW in his BEARD.
Audrey Marnay in “Star Wars Couture” by Irving Penn for Vogue US April 1999
Alicia Vikander by Alan Gelati for Vanity Fair Italia October 2012
With intricate detailing mixed with colorful tassels and feathers, let’s all take a minute or several to admire the extensive handiwork of Anita Quansah modeled by the beautiful Ayoola Bakare.
“Anita Quansah London was created in 2006 by bespoke jewellery curator Anita Quansah. After obtaining a textile degree in 2003, from Chelsea College of Art and Design London, Anita Quansah has been working to develop and promote recycling in her designs by creating elaborate one of kind statement jewelleries.