museum style

Empress Joséphine’s Sapphire and Diamond Parure, sold by Hortense de Beauharnais, Queen of Holland, to King Louis Philippe of the French in 1821.

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My taste in clothing has never been gender specific. I don’t see a men’s or women’s section when it comes to my appearance. I gravitate to what I like. I wear it with confidence, make it my own, and ignore disapproving looks and comments. Whether it be a more feminine or masculine outfit makes no difference. Originality and the courage to embrace myself are all that matters. My look has always been androgynous and versatile. And there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. Today, I’m launching my project “andro-”. It’s short for androgynous which means “of indeterminate sex”. I’m starting this project to encourage originality, push gender specific boundaries of fashion, and ultimately shine a light on those who are brave enough to be themselves. Loving yourself and your appearance is a lifestyle. You should celebrate it everyday. – @nikonmami

Photographer: @nikonpapi​