Look at B & Jay in the back. Love this shit.


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    ig  ty___lee



    kimkardashian: #MyWorld

    omg Nori why so cuteeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! ughhhh

    She’s a happy baby. Aweee

    (Source: kimkardashianfashionstyle)


    prettyboy REALNESS

    He is perfection 😍😩

    (Source: blackfashion)

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    Dont take this personal, but you aint shit. You weren’t special until I made you so.

    Jhene Aiko

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    I like being by myself, don’t gotta entertain anybody else 👌😌😘❤️



    We’re all gonna miss you Brian.

    WAIT WHAT????


    Sand paper kisses, paper-cut bliss. Don’t know what this is, but it all leads to this. ✗O

    (Source: susleena)



    Super active rosy blog! Follow back similar blogs ❤ 

    ♔ rosy queen ♔

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    48. Chanel Iman (The Golden Girl)

    Just like her namesake, baby-faced model Chanel Iman has a natural knack for style both on and off the runway. (She’s modeled for Marc Jacobs, Gap, Anna Sui, and more recently Victoria’s Secret.) While this girl is always on trend, her style is great because she can be both street-stylish and ultra-sophisticated depending on the day (variety at it’s best!). She has also helped redefine what it means to be a black model in the industry. She has walked for ALL the top designers except well (Prada) and made history by becoming just the third black model to sign a long term contract as a Victorias Secret Angel (the others being Tyra Banks and Selita Ebanks. In Spring 2009, Chanel was the first Black model in 8 years to walk for Gucci – a lapse that had existed since the take over of Gucci by designer Frida Giannini. At a Philip Lim show in 2007, Chanel caught the attention of Anna Wintour, Editor in Chief of Vogue magazine. That same year, the legendary Wintour selected Chanel as one of 10 girls to be featured on the May 2007 cover of Vogue, naming her as one of the “world’s next top models.” She was the youngest (at age 16) to ever grace the cover of Vogue and though there had been several black Vogue models before, Chanel was only the third to have ever graced the cover.  

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