Strong, cool and elegant - you were many things a woman can look up to and strive to be.

"Here’s lookin’ at you kid." - Humphrey BogartLauren Becall 1924-2014

Strong, cool and elegant - you were many things a woman can look up to and strive to be.


"Here’s lookin’ at you kid." - Humphrey Bogart
Lauren Becall 1924-2014


You brought joy and entertainment to many lives. A one of a kind human being - no one comes close to matching your humor and mind. Rest in peace, Robin Williams. You will be missed.

You brought joy and entertainment to many lives. A one of a kind human being - no one comes close to matching your humor and mind. Rest in peace, Robin Williams. You will be missed.


Bill Hicks

Bill Hicks


Sammy Hagar

Sammy Hagar


music-pics:

Probably my favorite picture of Paul.http://music-pics.tumblr.com/

music-pics:

Probably my favorite picture of Paul.
http://music-pics.tumblr.com/


David Bowie

David Bowie

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thereal1990s:

The Spice Girls

thereal1990s:

The Spice Girls

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weirdvintage:

Colin Clive lights Boris Karloff’s cigarette on the set of The Bride of Frankenstein, while propped up on his leaning board, 1935 (via A Certain Cinema)

weirdvintage:

Colin Clive lights Boris Karloff’s cigarette on the set of The Bride of Frankenstein, while propped up on his leaning board, 1935 (via A Certain Cinema)


lesbeehive:

Les Beehive – Ellen Page by Olivia Malone for Hollywood Reporter May 2014

Six years after her pseudo-coming-out on SNL, on Feb. 14, 2014, Page stood at the precipice of the real thing. Or lay, rather, on a bed in one of the lower-brow properties on the Vegas Strip, waiting out the several torturous hours before she was scheduled to take the stage. The speech was written, its words having flowed from her as naturally as “breathing” — particularly the most personal passages, in which she decried the “crushing standards” of the media machine. “I had to read it to a lot — like, a lot — of family members and friends to get to a place where I didn’t cry the whole time,” she says.

lesbeehive:

Les Beehive – Ellen Page by Olivia Malone for Hollywood Reporter May 2014

Six years after her pseudo-coming-out on SNL, on Feb. 14, 2014, Page stood at the precipice of the real thing. Or lay, rather, on a bed in one of the lower-brow properties on the Vegas Strip, waiting out the several torturous hours before she was scheduled to take the stage. The speech was written, its words having flowed from her as naturally as “breathing” — particularly the most personal passages, in which she decried the “crushing standards” of the media machine. “I had to read it to a lot — like, a lot — of family members and friends to get to a place where I didn’t cry the whole time,” she says.

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Naomi Campbell 
Photographed by Ellen von Unwerth, 1991

Naomi Campbell

Photographed by Ellen von Unwerth, 1991