The thing that made Lilo a “freak” was her passion. Lilo was passionate about everything she ever did. She was passionate about Elvis, about feeding the ocean fish sandwiches, about making friends, about taming Stitch, and about Hula. Look at her smile. She is the only one who seems to be truly enjoying what she’s doing. It adds life. Passion is life. It’s vitality. It’s amazing. Be a Lilo.
exactly why Lilo & Stitch is my favorite movie <3
girls in shared attic, shoreditch, 1939
photo by bill brandt, from bill brandt: shadow and light
Sophie Gimbel was the wife of Adam Gimbel, President of Saks Fifth Avenue beginning in 1926. Sophie was the in-house designer by 1931, working in the exclusive Salon Moderne. Extremely talented, she tripled the sales of her department, selling French couture as well as her own collection, which was shown three times a year. She was known for her subdued yet striking color palette and her use of wonderful materials. She regularly offered a number of classic designs to her customers, her most popular being a bare-bodiced, full-skirted ball gown with detailed handwork, just as the one seen here.- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Joyful Kaká on Facebook:
Que dia !!! Convocado para seleção e classificados para as quartas de final da Champions !
Quanta alegria !! Queira agradecer a todos aqueles que torcem por essas conquistas.
What a wonderful day !!! Called up to the Brasilian national team and qualified for the quarter finals of the Champions!
What a joy! I want to thank all those who cheer for these achievements. #tksvifs
With all the Champions League excitement, let’s not forget to congratulate Kaká for being called up for the national team!
The Walk to Paradise Garden
Croton-on-Hudson, New York, 1946
From W. Eugene Smith
When “Lose Yourself” won the Academy Award for Best Original Song, Eminem was home sleeping because he didn’t think he’d win.