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El mudo necesita gente que ame lo que hace

too-much-midi:

These are Mikasa dinnerware designs created from the mid 80s to the mid 90s.

I don’t really know much about this company, except that they are Japanese, and that my parents used to drag me to their outlet store in Secaucus when I still lived in New Jersey.

I also remember that some of the patterns I saw there were absolutely ridiculous and really embraced that abstract 80s-90s aesthetic.

Going to that store a few times a year as a child probably played a part in the shaping of my visual tastes.

And, come on… who doesn’t want a Jazzercise coffee mug?

womensweardaily:

Celebrity Trendsetter: Nicola Peltz
Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images for Paramount
Choosing a more casual look for the “Transformers: Age of Extinction” Beijing premiere, Nicola Peltz wore Saint Laurent’s black blazer and leather shorts.

womensweardaily:

Celebrity Trendsetter: Nicola Peltz

Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images for Paramount

Choosing a more casual look for the “Transformers: Age of Extinction” Beijing premiere, Nicola Peltz wore Saint Laurent’s black blazer and leather shorts.

This is an important lesson to remember when you’re having a bad day, a bad month, or a shitty year: Things will change. You won’t feel this way forever. And anyway, sometimes the hardest lessons to learn are the ones your soul needs the most. I believe you can’t feel real joy unless you’ve felt heartache. You can’t have a sense of victory unless you know what it means to fail. You can’t know what it’s like to feel holy until you know what it’s like to feel really fucking evil, and you can’t be birthed again until you’ve died.

If You Have to Cry, Go Outside: and Other Things Your Mother Never Told You by Kelly Cutrone (via thechocolatebrigade)

(via beingfitisfree)

I think that the way woman and men relate to each other is changing and I like it. Also, I think that women should lead the world. Men are idiots, including me. Women can understand what’s going on better and that’s why they are more sensitive than men. At least in my personal experience. Men are always focused on the competition, as an obsession. But I think that we could learn a lot from women [especially if we] managed problems from a feminine point of view.

—Andrew Garfield (via andrewgarfielddaily)