80s accessories

Genderqueer/Genderfluid winterfalcons 8I

I wrote a little story about this which I will put beneath a read more so you can reblog without a big paragraph of my silly writing attached.

I’ve seen lots (and lots and lots) of Sam comforting/taking care of Bucky in this ship, and others even.

But listen, Sam is a person, he has good days and he has bad days too…

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  • Shadow’s Mistress
  • 13 colors (more colors here)
  • 8 elements
  • Available in Clothes Shop during Valentines 2017

Shoes | Shoes: 450 Maanas or 75 Gold Coins
Hand Accessories | Veil: 420 Maanas or 70 Gold Coins
Hand Accessories | Fan: 600 Maanas or 100 Gold Coins
Tops | Top: 240 Maanas or 40 Gold Coins
Coats | Shoulder veil:150 Maanas or 25 Gold Coins
Dresses | Dress: 480 Maanas or 80 Gold Coins
Face Accessories | Facial Veil: 210 Maanas or 35 Gold Coins
Face Accessories | Earrings: 120 Maanas or 20 Gold Coins

Total price: 2670 Maanas or 445 Gold Coins 
One set can be obtained for free during Valentines 2017.


Jackie’s Moroccan Belt

This belt was given to Jackie by King Hassan II of Morocco during his state visit to the White House on March 27, 1963. It’s made out of gold, decorated with diamonds, rubies, and emeralds. Although this was given to her in 1963, Jackie starting wearing this belt more often during the late 70s and 80s. The top left photo of Jackie and President Kennedy was taken the day after it was given to her.


Madonna photographed by Deborah Feingold, 1983. 

Photographer Deborah Feingold sat down with the Boston Globe and talked about Madonna and the iconic pictures she took of her.

Deborah released her first-ever anthology, Music, which includes also her images of Madonna. “She peers into the camera as if she’s about to wink, already aware that she’ll soon be one of the most famous pop stars in the world,” writes the Boston Globe.

“I have no explanation for that,” Deborah Feingold says regarding how iconic the shoot was. “It was a 20-minute shoot in my apartment that was so tiny that all my furniture folded up against the wall, including the bed, table, and chairs. I was all set up.”

“She came with Liz Rosenberg, who remained her publicist. Her makeup was ready to go. I had a bowl of lollipops, Tootsie Rolls, and bubble gum. I probably didn’t get paid or have a budget; hence a bowl of lollipops and bubble gum. Everything was very simple. I shot four rolls of film, and for every frame she changed it up. It was like a dance, and I was a good follower. I had the skill, but she led. Twenty minutes later, she knew we had finished, and she left. She was a working girl, I was there to work, and that’s what you see.”