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with the help of french supermodel nicole de lamargé, norman parkison, fashion photogtapger and high society portraitist, made a series of images that strongly contrast with the usual representation of ’pop stars’. the article, ’how to kill 5 stones with one bird’, appears in april’s issue of fashion magazine queen, representing the supermodel dressed in mary quant. london, 1964.

So. I am now four or five episodes from the Leverage finale. I will finish the series either tonight or tomorrow, and it is embarrassing the anguish I feel whenever I read the title of the episode. “The Long Goodbye Job.” The whole season they’ve been hinting that the end is coming, and Nate is pushing Eliot, Parker, and Hardison (Fun Fact: I almost typed Parkison there because apparently my subconscious is shipper trash) to think through their problems on their own, suggesting he’s looking to retire. But anyway, last night I watched The Rundown Job, which I just think of as The Flu Episode, with the three of them in Washington D.C. trying to stop a flu bomb from going off. AND DAMN ELIOT WAS SO INTENSE. He tries to get Hardison and Parker to get out of dodge, but doesn’t really fight when they decide to stay because they are FRIENDS and they RESPECT each other. And then when Hardison realizes how big this job is and how dangerous, Eliot GRABS HIM AND STARES INTO HARDISON’S EYES AND BARES HIS SOUL TELLING HARDISON HOW AMAZING HE IS AND HOW MUCH HE MEANS TO ELIOT and then at the end when they’re on the subway and Hardison can’t completely disarm the bomb and Eliot is shot and PARKER ASKS FOR A KISS FOR LUCK and the EMOTIONS and the INTENSITY. I am weak and I love my criminal mastermind children so much.

with the help of french supermodel nicole de lamargé, norman parkison, fashion photogtapger and high society portraitist, made a series of images that strongly contrast with the usual representation of ’pop stars’. the article, ’how to kill 5 stones with one bird’, appears in april’s issue of fashion magazine queen, representing the supermodel dressed in mary quant. london, 1964.