The Age of Innocence



fernweh [feyrn-vey]
(noun) This wonderful, untranslatable German word describes the feeling of homesickness for a far away land, a place you have never visited. Do not confuse this with the english word, wanderlust; Fernweh is much more profound, it is the feeling of an unsatisfied urge to escape and discover new places, almost a sort of sadness. You miss a place you have never experienced, as opposed to lusting over it or desiring it like wanderlust. You are seeking freedom and self-discovery, but not a particular home. (via teaparties)

deprincessed:

Close-up of the divine pastel details at Badgley Mischka Spring/Summer 2015 that were made up of intricate sparkling gem embellishments, embroidery of gold and silver thread with silk 3D petals to create a flowerful finish, along with an abundance of twinkling beads; not to mention each piece was topped with a coating of tiny pearly sequins making each piece perfectly princess-y. via.

wehadfacesthen:

Tulle ball gown by Christian Dior on the grand staircase at the Paris Opera, 1948, a photo by Clifford Coffin

Here’s my advice: Have a little faith, and if that doesn’t work have a lot of mimosas. 

Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck, photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt in William Wyler’s Roman Holiday, 1953.

Red is dead, blue is through
Green’s obscene, brown’s taboo
And there is not the slightest excuse for plum or puce
Or chartreuse

anndanger:

My new life motto thanks to Mindy Kaling.

BALLET: TO DANCEa playlist of personal favourites from ballets, with a huge (unintentional) emphasis on russian composers (LISTEN)

Anna Karina in Le Petit Soldat