A little collection of my favorite celebration pics from tonight✨
Today I don’t care what has been going on this season.
Today I don’t care about all the things that make me question the people that rule this club.
Today I only care about this single game and that game makes me a proud Bayern fan.
That’s why I would like to say thank you to the whole team today.
Thank you to Fips for being the best captain the football world has ever seen.
Thank you to every single player actively playing today, especially to the ones who despite lacking in match practice played so well.
Thank you to every single player benched today for the smiles and the support, especially to the maestro himself, Mr. Alonso.
Thank you to the players who couldn’t celebrate with the team yet for celebrating with us via social media nevertheless.
And thank you even to the trainer team for providing me with new hope for the next season today.
Les étoiles s’en balancent de Laurent Whale est un livre de post-apo mettant l’accent sur l’aviation dans un monde froid, ravagé par une mystérieuse armée venue du Nord.
Si on retrouve les thèmes classiques du genre (la survie, les fautes du passé, les nouvelles formes de société), l’omniprésence de l’aviation apporte un réel vent de fraîcheur. Bien écrit, le récit se dévore avec plaisir, offrant un divertissement plaisant et facile à lire. Une suite directe, Les guerriers de l’Asphalte est également disponible dans la même collection.
So I already expected that a majority of the night’s guests would not have worn an interpretation of the night’s “China: Through the Looking Glass” theme. The red carpet seemed more like a showcase of the designers’ best.
Seen here (from top to bottom): Rihanna definitely won the night in an exquisite Guo Pei design; Cher made an appearance in Marc Jacobs; Tom Ford’s red gown stood out among all the other red gowns; Francisco Costa just wanted to make beautiful dresses for Lorde, Chiara Ferragni and Kendall Jenner; and a picture that represented both the outlandish and the demure looks that the Met Gala brought - Karen Elson in Dolce and Gabbana, Lily Aldridge in Carolina Herrera, Kerry Washington in Prada, and Sarah Jessica Parker in custom H&M.