ooh- thanks for the peak behind the scenes! ddvv: THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU FOR READING DOUBLE VISION. This is our 50th post! Double Vision is still a very young blog, so we’re going to celebrate every milestone we can! We made this little behind the scenes video from our last few photoshoots to say thank you from the bottom of our hearts for checking our blog and internet-embracing us!...
BRINGING THE HEAT
ddvv: Check it out, y’all! Elton’s bringing the heat this winter. Black Sheer Overshirt - H&M White T Shirt - Eyes Gold Sequin Skirt - Forever21+ Olive Green Leg Warmers - American Apparel Black Harness Boots - Vintage Love the details and location!
love the laughing! blackcatsittingonmyshoulder: Waves, from Dirty Queer (©Zachary Nash, 2010) Laughter by Madeline Queripel
Where did you say you're from? Minnesota? So sorry... →
stuffaboutminneapolis: James Lileks gives a tongue-in-cheek explanation about living in Minnesota to outsiders, in today’s Star Tribune….. Well, the land is free, that’s how it was settled. After the gold ran out, people had to stay, because all the exits out of Minnesota were blocked by herds of bison. The interstate punched a hole in the herds in the ’50s, but by then most people figured it...
leith clark talks to dazed digital about Lula. →
flashesofher: DD: It’s so girl-crushy. In the real world, it feels like girls are competitive, or that society engenders competition among us. But when you open Lula, everyone’s a girl and everyone likes each other. Leith Clark: I felt that fashion magazines are about women looking at women, but there seems to be this imaginary man in the room. It’s so sexualized. I don’t fully get...