Velvet.
Velvet.
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Linda Rodin
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beauvoiriana:

Simone de Beauvoir. Saint-Germain-de-Prés, Paris, c. 1946. Photographer: unknown.
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thisisgretchenjones:

L’inspiration! #lucilegodin because her portraits are LIKE WHOA good. Super in love w/ her work. #justsayin
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20’s
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vanityfair:

Brassaï to Bing, Stunning 20s and 30s Night Photography
Photograph by Robert Doisneau.
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"No amount of fire or freshness can challenge what a man will store up in his ghostly heart."
F. Scott Fitzgerald. (via breechesandwheels)
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m3zzaluna:

couple at the gare saint-lazare, c. 1937
© brassaï, from brassaï, pour l’amour de paris (for the love of paris)
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"There is something pagan in me that I cannot shake off. In short, I deny nothing, but doubt everything."
Lord Byron (via portionsofeternity)
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meta-frame:

Forever Resnais
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shihlun:

RIP: Alain Resnais (1922-2014)
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thefilmstage:

R.I.P. Alain Resnais (June 3, 1922 - March 1, 2014)
thefilmstage:

R.I.P. Alain Resnais (June 3, 1922 - March 1, 2014)
thefilmstage:

R.I.P. Alain Resnais (June 3, 1922 - March 1, 2014)
thefilmstage:

R.I.P. Alain Resnais (June 3, 1922 - March 1, 2014)
thefilmstage:

R.I.P. Alain Resnais (June 3, 1922 - March 1, 2014)
thefilmstage:

R.I.P. Alain Resnais (June 3, 1922 - March 1, 2014)
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vanndamp:

Bergman defines “The Hour of the Wolf” as

"The time between midnight and dawn when most people die, when sleep is deepest, when nightmares are most palatable. It is the hour when the sleepless are pursued by their sharpest anxieties, when ghosts and demons hold sway. The hour of the wolf is also the hour when most children are born." 
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lecollecteur:

Frank Paulin, Phonecall, New York, 1970
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Ingrid Bergman (as seen in The Bells of St.Mary´s, 1945) by Andy Warhol, 1983. Printed by Rupert Jason Smith in New York and published by Galerie Börjeson, Malmo, Sweden. / Remalia Club