LUX+FT
LUX is an artistic collaboration/inspirational tumblr
LUX+FT
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lelaid:

Raquel Zimmermann & Anja Rubik by Inez & Vinoodh for Valentino S/S 2008
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lelaid:

Kara Young & Tahnee Welch by Sante D’Orazio for Vogue Italia, February 1993
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enochliew:

Binh Thanh House by Vo Trong Nghia Architects
Three volumes shifted back and forth to bring natural light into the in-between spaces, and to create small gardens on each floor.
enochliew:

Binh Thanh House by Vo Trong Nghia Architects
Three volumes shifted back and forth to bring natural light into the in-between spaces, and to create small gardens on each floor.
enochliew:

Binh Thanh House by Vo Trong Nghia Architects
Three volumes shifted back and forth to bring natural light into the in-between spaces, and to create small gardens on each floor.
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instagram:

Classic Objects Reimagined by Fredericks & MaeFor more photos and videos from the playful work and life of Fredericks & Mae, follow @fredericksandmae on Instagram.
Windsocks, darts, tassels, dominos and kites—these are some of the classic objects that the design duo Fredericks & Mae (@fredericksandmae) reimagine and make in their Brooklyn studio. “We are interested in forms that have existed for a long time that may have only recently fallen into the realm of not functional,” Jolie Mae Signorile, one designer, says. Her partner, Gabriel Fredericks Cohen adds, “Tools, games and rituals trace arcs though history and across the earth—we follow these arcs.”
On Instagram, the two typically share shots of their designs, mixed in with scenes from the beach and the boat they share with friends. “Instagram is a place where we get to share our materials, a bit of our process, and have a little fun,” Jolie says.
instagram:

Classic Objects Reimagined by Fredericks & MaeFor more photos and videos from the playful work and life of Fredericks & Mae, follow @fredericksandmae on Instagram.
Windsocks, darts, tassels, dominos and kites—these are some of the classic objects that the design duo Fredericks & Mae (@fredericksandmae) reimagine and make in their Brooklyn studio. “We are interested in forms that have existed for a long time that may have only recently fallen into the realm of not functional,” Jolie Mae Signorile, one designer, says. Her partner, Gabriel Fredericks Cohen adds, “Tools, games and rituals trace arcs though history and across the earth—we follow these arcs.”
On Instagram, the two typically share shots of their designs, mixed in with scenes from the beach and the boat they share with friends. “Instagram is a place where we get to share our materials, a bit of our process, and have a little fun,” Jolie says.
instagram:

Classic Objects Reimagined by Fredericks & MaeFor more photos and videos from the playful work and life of Fredericks & Mae, follow @fredericksandmae on Instagram.
Windsocks, darts, tassels, dominos and kites—these are some of the classic objects that the design duo Fredericks & Mae (@fredericksandmae) reimagine and make in their Brooklyn studio. “We are interested in forms that have existed for a long time that may have only recently fallen into the realm of not functional,” Jolie Mae Signorile, one designer, says. Her partner, Gabriel Fredericks Cohen adds, “Tools, games and rituals trace arcs though history and across the earth—we follow these arcs.”
On Instagram, the two typically share shots of their designs, mixed in with scenes from the beach and the boat they share with friends. “Instagram is a place where we get to share our materials, a bit of our process, and have a little fun,” Jolie says.
instagram:

Classic Objects Reimagined by Fredericks & MaeFor more photos and videos from the playful work and life of Fredericks & Mae, follow @fredericksandmae on Instagram.
Windsocks, darts, tassels, dominos and kites—these are some of the classic objects that the design duo Fredericks & Mae (@fredericksandmae) reimagine and make in their Brooklyn studio. “We are interested in forms that have existed for a long time that may have only recently fallen into the realm of not functional,” Jolie Mae Signorile, one designer, says. Her partner, Gabriel Fredericks Cohen adds, “Tools, games and rituals trace arcs though history and across the earth—we follow these arcs.”
On Instagram, the two typically share shots of their designs, mixed in with scenes from the beach and the boat they share with friends. “Instagram is a place where we get to share our materials, a bit of our process, and have a little fun,” Jolie says.
instagram:

Classic Objects Reimagined by Fredericks & MaeFor more photos and videos from the playful work and life of Fredericks & Mae, follow @fredericksandmae on Instagram.
Windsocks, darts, tassels, dominos and kites—these are some of the classic objects that the design duo Fredericks & Mae (@fredericksandmae) reimagine and make in their Brooklyn studio. “We are interested in forms that have existed for a long time that may have only recently fallen into the realm of not functional,” Jolie Mae Signorile, one designer, says. Her partner, Gabriel Fredericks Cohen adds, “Tools, games and rituals trace arcs though history and across the earth—we follow these arcs.”
On Instagram, the two typically share shots of their designs, mixed in with scenes from the beach and the boat they share with friends. “Instagram is a place where we get to share our materials, a bit of our process, and have a little fun,” Jolie says.
instagram:

Classic Objects Reimagined by Fredericks & MaeFor more photos and videos from the playful work and life of Fredericks & Mae, follow @fredericksandmae on Instagram.
Windsocks, darts, tassels, dominos and kites—these are some of the classic objects that the design duo Fredericks & Mae (@fredericksandmae) reimagine and make in their Brooklyn studio. “We are interested in forms that have existed for a long time that may have only recently fallen into the realm of not functional,” Jolie Mae Signorile, one designer, says. Her partner, Gabriel Fredericks Cohen adds, “Tools, games and rituals trace arcs though history and across the earth—we follow these arcs.”
On Instagram, the two typically share shots of their designs, mixed in with scenes from the beach and the boat they share with friends. “Instagram is a place where we get to share our materials, a bit of our process, and have a little fun,” Jolie says.
instagram:

Classic Objects Reimagined by Fredericks & MaeFor more photos and videos from the playful work and life of Fredericks & Mae, follow @fredericksandmae on Instagram.
Windsocks, darts, tassels, dominos and kites—these are some of the classic objects that the design duo Fredericks & Mae (@fredericksandmae) reimagine and make in their Brooklyn studio. “We are interested in forms that have existed for a long time that may have only recently fallen into the realm of not functional,” Jolie Mae Signorile, one designer, says. Her partner, Gabriel Fredericks Cohen adds, “Tools, games and rituals trace arcs though history and across the earth—we follow these arcs.”
On Instagram, the two typically share shots of their designs, mixed in with scenes from the beach and the boat they share with friends. “Instagram is a place where we get to share our materials, a bit of our process, and have a little fun,” Jolie says.
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strangeforeignbeauty:

Asmus
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lelaid:

Dalianah Arekion in Carine’s Sweet 16 for V #84
Shot by Sebastian Faena
Styled by Carine Roitfeld
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strangeforeignbeauty:

Erik Put | Photographed by Emil Pabon
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calvinklein:

#mycalvins on Tumblr.

flyman1up:

Peter Argue
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anailogico:

Anailogía de Andrés.
Él me miraba, eso era raro. Todos los anteriores, bueno quizás no todos pero sí la mayoría, rehuían el mirarme directamente, era como si su casi consumada desnudez los hiciese mas vulnerables, como si yo representase la conciencia y la vergüenza.
www.instagram.com/anailogicowww.anailogi.co
Fuji C200