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This photo inspires me to think of the male model in a homely state e.g. knitting, while the female model is leaving for work in a business suit.. kristina petrosiute, astrid holler, emmy rappe and avery blanchard by zee nunes for vogue brasil august 2015

visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!: knit picky: julia by matteo montanari for wsj may 2015

visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!: knit picky: julia by matteo montanari for wsj may 2015

visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!: anna ewers by patrick demarchelier for vogue china august 2015

visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!: anna ewers by patrick demarchelier for vogue china august 2015

visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!: treadmill running: lexi boling by jason kibbler for vogue russia march 2014

i think i just fell in love! The harmony of mild colors

visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!: treadmill running: lexi boling by jason kibbler for vogue russia march 2014

the good mixer: hedvig palm by rasmus skousen for cover october 2015 | visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!

the good mixer: hedvig palm by rasmus skousen for cover october 2015 | visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!

visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!: becca breymas by hordur ingason for i-d pre-fall 2015

visual optimism; fashion editorials, shows, campaigns & more!: becca breymas by hordur ingason for i-d pre-fall 2015

In the myth and religion of ancient Rome, Juturna was a goddess of fountains, wells and springs. Jupiter turned her into a water nymph and gave her a sacred well in Lavinium, Latium, as well as another one near the temple to Vesta in the Forum Romanum. Th

In the myth and religion of ancient Rome, Juturna was a goddess of fountains, wells and springs. Jupiter turned her into a water nymph and gave her a sacred well in Lavinium, Latium, as well as another one near the temple to Vesta in the Forum Romanum. Th

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