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New outtakes | Sophie Turner for Tatler UK (March 2014)

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Alicia Vikander for Numéro China, September 2013

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Elizabeth Olsen and Boyd Holbrook playing Jenga with Pedro Pascal (x)

Elizabeth Olsen and Boyd Holbrook playing Jenga with Pedro Pascal (x)

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“All those years ago,” she said softly. “Before he’d ever dreamed of a Second Army, before he gave up his name and became the Darkling, he was just a brilliant, talented boy. I gave him his ambition. I gave him his pride. When the time came, I should have been the one to stop him.” She smiled then, a small smile of such aching sadness that it was hard to look at. “You think I don’t love my son,” she said. “But I do. It is because I love him that I will not let him put himself beyond redemption.”  Ruin and Rising | Leigh Bardugo

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Léa Seydoux by Steven Meisel for Prada Candy Florale.

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"Your calm is not enough,
I do not want your still.
I want your restlessness,
all the things which
make you stir at night.
I wish to be uprooted,
and moved
in the way immovable
objects are to be moved.
I want your gale force winds,
the flooding of emotion
between breaths,
the promise of danger
and renewal.
Your calm is not enough.
Give me your storm."
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         Clémence Poésy for Pablo || Ph by Nick Dorey             [wearing a coat of her design]
"This collection was born from a photography seen long ago and never found again of a student in sculpture from Moscow. Infinite tenderness emerged from it; I wanted to create this person an imaginary and timeless wardrobe. Inventing a petite histoire to bend in her suitcase.”

         Clémence Poésy for Pablo || Ph by Nick Dorey 
            [wearing a coat of her design]

"This collection was born from a photography seen long ago and never found again of a student in sculpture from Moscow. Infinite tenderness emerged from it; I wanted to create this person an imaginary and timeless wardrobe. Inventing a petite histoire to bend in her suitcase.”

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