Maartje van Denderen

Maartje van Denderen

Maartje van Denderen
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Virginia Woolf in Rodmell in 1931. #virginiawoolf

Virginia Woolf in Rodmell in 1931. #virginiawoolf

Georgia O'Keefe crafted both her life and her appearance to suit her modernist ideals. A new exhibition at the @brooklynmuseum examines her wardrobe as an extension of her artistic practice and her lifelong use of clothing to fashion her own image in the public imagination. Tap the link in our bio for more on the show. Photographed by Ansel Adams / Courtesy of Georgia OKeeffe: Living Modern.  via VOGUE MAGAZINE OFFICIAL INSTAGRAM - Fashion Campaigns  Haute Couture  Advertising  Editorial…

Georgia O'Keefe crafted both her life and her appearance to suit her modernist ideals. A new exhibition at the @brooklynmuseum examines her wardrobe as an extension of her artistic practice and her lifelong use of clothing to fashion her own image in the public imagination. Tap the link in our bio for more on the show. Photographed by Ansel Adams / Courtesy of Georgia OKeeffe: Living Modern. via VOGUE MAGAZINE OFFICIAL INSTAGRAM - Fashion Campaigns Haute Couture Advertising Editorial…

Field Notes — yama-bato: Sabrina Garrasi “Over the...

Field Notes — yama-bato: Sabrina Garrasi “Over the...

Chinoiserie Chic: The Chinoiserie Murals of Michael Dillon

Chinoiserie Chic: The Chinoiserie Murals of Michael Dillon

Moss embroidery by Emma Mattson

Moss embroidery by Emma Mattson

on trend: bauhaus.

on trend: bauhaus.

Georgia O'Keefe with seedlings

Georgia O'Keefe with seedlings

Yoko, 32“I’m wearing a vintage scarf, a Black Crane dress, a necklace by my own brand Homako, socks from Cos and shoes by Margaret Howell. Japanese street fashion and European grandma style inspire my style. I love simple clothes with a bit of uniqueness even if it’s just a small twist because I can tell the designer put love into it.”Jul 18, 2015 ∙ Marina

Yoko, 32“I’m wearing a vintage scarf, a Black Crane dress, a necklace by my own brand Homako, socks from Cos and shoes by Margaret Howell. Japanese street fashion and European grandma style inspire my style. I love simple clothes with a bit of uniqueness even if it’s just a small twist because I can tell the designer put love into it.”Jul 18, 2015 ∙ Marina