Wishing you a warm, safe, and full of the good candy Halloween!
Art: Lévy Dhurmer - La Sorcière, 1897
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|Katie putting the finishing touches|
"In a career that has lasted for over 60 years, I have acted, punched, swashbuckled, and shot my way through an absurdly masculine profession."
"I was tough. I was tall. I was strong. I didn't take any nonsense from anybody."
"They said my nose was too big and they wanted to bob my nose. I said, sorry. If that's what you want, buy me a ticket and I'll go home."
|"Children, watch out for the baobabs" --Antoine de Saint-Exupéry|
"They eat with their fingers instead of with chopsticks such as we use. They show their feelings without any self-control. They cannot understand the meaning of written characters." (from Boxer, Christian Century. Thank you, Wikipedia).But that was not all. The Nanban trade period also promoted a certain cultural exchange that was expressed in art and a decorative style, as well as Japanese sweets and pastries that recreated Spanish and Portuguese recipes. But how does this mix (and often clash) of East and West comes together in a modern perfume?
"Mindlessly glam fashion photography is a dead or dying form, and Steven Klein, the anti-fashion fashion photographer, helped strangle it."I don't know if I'm okay with it, but I can't stop looking.