Sunday, June 12, 2011

the free existence P1.

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The ones:
Bianca Jagger, Veruschka, Jane Birkin, Edie Sedgwick, 
Francoise Hardy, Marianne Faithfull, Anna Karina, Anita Pallenberg, Jean Shrimpton

I yearn for the free-spirited essence of the 60's.  I don't know if photographs of the rich and famous are true representations of life back then, but I'm longing for bare feet, guitars, men with long hair, snakeskin, oversized sunglasses, cigarettes without guilt, peace, leather and spontaneity..

Mannnnny more to come

Xx

11 comments:

  1. Lovely pics! :)
    Nice blog!

    xxx

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  2. all my love to these shots. oh my gosh. What i give to be a part of this era, what i give to see it <3 amazing selection darling x

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  3. so fucking amazing!! love this post doll!

    xx
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  4. oh my! Gorgeousness in one breath! :D I love these black and white photos! Thank you for the curation and the sharing!

    Come follow my blog darl :)

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  5. Such insane pictures!!!

    Glad your a Paolo Nutini Lover too :)

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  6. wow. who doesn't want to dress like jane birkin or bianca jagger? veritable icons, and makes me sad that i don't like quite so crazily as these girls did. they always look like they're having loads of fun.

    X

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  7. greaaaattt photoss
    lovely post!! :D
    xx
    fashionbit

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  8. I have such a fondness for this era. Women always seemed so sensational yet worldly and free. Perhaps I'm just romanticising it?

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