Beauty And The Muse
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  2.   Illustration by Malika Favre
For Volcom 2012

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    Illustration by Malika Favre

    For Volcom 2012

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1932
by Ewald Hoinkis

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    1932

    by Ewald Hoinkis

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  6.   belleenfemme:

I believe in you. I know I can, because you follow a page that celebrates diversity and tolerance. So firstly, if you follow and share I want to say thanks. Belle Époque began as an attempt to create a character that offered a positive voice for transgendered people like myself. Something fun, engaging and hopefully well designed. The kind of thing I so wanted to see when I was a little younger.
 I think the message I wanted to convey was ‘be yourself, be proud and don’t hide’. Hopefully a universal message be you fluid about your definition of gender or not.
 So I am sharing this snapshot of myself as author to make a connection with you. It’s something I am sharing with you, not really intended to be passed on. But if you approve of my message please take a moment and share some of my Belle Époque artworks – like the girl says, together we can ‘re-blog a revolution’. One that hopefully contributes to a more tolerant world.

Reblogged for a very brave awesome friend  ;)
 Much love xxxx

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    belleenfemme:

    I believe in you. I know I can, because you follow a page that celebrates diversity and tolerance. So firstly, if you follow and share I want to say thanks. Belle Époque began as an attempt to create a character that offered a positive voice for transgendered people like myself. Something fun, engaging and hopefully well designed. The kind of thing I so wanted to see when I was a little younger.

     I think the message I wanted to convey was ‘be yourself, be proud and don’t hide’. Hopefully a universal message be you fluid about your definition of gender or not.

     So I am sharing this snapshot of myself as author to make a connection with you. It’s something I am sharing with you, not really intended to be passed on. But if you approve of my message please take a moment and share some of my Belle Époque artworks – like the girl says, together we can ‘re-blog a revolution’. One that hopefully contributes to a more tolerant world.

    Reblogged for a very brave awesome friend  ;)

    Much love xxxx

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  7.   girlflapper:

S. Popper, You’ve Got to See Mamma Evry Night, 1923

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    S. Popper, You’ve Got to See Mamma Evry Night, 1923

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    April is the cruelest month, breeding
    Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing
    Memory and desire, stirring
    Dull roots with spring rain.
    Eliot’s opening lines of The Waste Land  (via loveage-moondream)

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  9.   hollyhocksandtulips:

Just like me…every morning
Photo by Nina Leen

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    Just like me…every morning

    Photo by Nina Leen

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  10.   Svetlana Dorosheva
'Child'

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    Svetlana Dorosheva

    'Child'

  11.   Mannequins at Biba

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    Mannequins at Biba

  12.   hollyhocksandtulips:

Reflection

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    Reflection

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  13.   Sharon Tate

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    Sharon Tate

  14.   Erwin Blumenfeld
'Hidden'
1938

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    Erwin Blumenfeld

    'Hidden'

    1938

  15.   wasbella102:

Jan Voerman Jr:  Morning Glory

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    Jan Voerman Jr:  Morning Glory

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