Lina Scheynius

Lina Scheynius

(Source: undeadsbag / ghostly)

(Source: motormark)

FUCK.

A Place to Bury Strangers - You are the One.

vickiking:

A shot a story for Grit, loosely inspired by Roger Hiorns’ beautiful work, Seizure. Enjoy! 

Styling: Francesca Pinna
Set: Libbi King
Make up: Michelle Dacillo 
Hair: Satomi Suzuki
Model: Misha Hart @ Viva London

vickiking:

A shot a story for Grit, loosely inspired by Roger Hiorns’ beautiful work, Seizure. Enjoy!

Styling: Francesca Pinna
Set: Libbi King
Make up: Michelle Dacillo
Hair: Satomi Suzuki
Model: Misha Hart @ Viva London

vickiking:

Misha for Grit

Styling: Francesca Pinna
Set: Libbi King
Make up: Michelle Dacillo 
Hair: Satomi Suzuki
Model: Misha Hart @ Viva London

vickiking:

Misha for Grit

Styling: Francesca Pinna
Set: Libbi King
Make up: Michelle Dacillo
Hair: Satomi Suzuki
Model: Misha Hart @ Viva London

vickiking:

Misha for Grit

Styling: Francesca Pinna
Set: Libbi King
Make up: Michelle Dacillo 
Hair: Satomi Suzuki
Model: Misha Hart @ Viva London

vickiking:

Misha for Grit

Styling: Francesca Pinna
Set: Libbi King
Make up: Michelle Dacillo
Hair: Satomi Suzuki
Model: Misha Hart @ Viva London

vickiking:

Misha for Grit

Styling: Francesca Pinna
Set: Libbi King
Make up: Michelle Dacillo 
Hair: Satomi Suzuki
Model: Misha Hart @ Viva London

vickiking:

Misha for Grit

Styling: Francesca Pinna
Set: Libbi King
Make up: Michelle Dacillo
Hair: Satomi Suzuki
Model: Misha Hart @ Viva London

Cate Blanchet by Sean & Seng

Cate Blanchet by Sean & Seng

(Source: hxgs, via rhodus)


Poliosis is a condition in which there is a lack of pigment in the hair, eyebrows and eyelashes, which appear whitish, grey. The condition normally occurs in patches. It is often associated with vitiligo, alopecia and forms part of the Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada syndrome.

Poliosis is a condition in which there is a lack of pigment in the hair, eyebrows and eyelashes, which appear whitish, grey. The condition normally occurs in patches. It is often associated with vitiligo, alopecia and forms part of the Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada syndrome.

(Source: malformalady, via rhodus)