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Twenty-something Art Historian and Political Scientist working for the United Nations in NYC.

”My work with Jean-Luc was always a kind of gift. Because all these different parts all the time. If you put all the films he did with me next to each other you’ll see they’re so different every time. I mean Marianne has nothing to do with Angela in A Woman Is A Woman or Odile in Bande à Part or nothing to do with my part in Alphaville… I think that was truly a gift because all the parts were so different every time. I like to change everything. Be somebody else.” - Anna Karina

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10022-shoe:Always in the mood for a Mad Hatter Tea Party in Valentino

 - Photo Credit: Jamie Beck & Kevin Burg from Ann Street Studio

thethirdpersonaYoung & WildMarialy Rivas, 2012

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theniftyfiftiesClint Eastwood

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April 6, 1966: On Second Avenue, a parade of children skipped alongside a parade of elephants in town for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. The circus arrived, a reporter wrote, “with its annual puzzle: Which ring do you watch when there is something astounding, breath-stopping, comic, dazzling, eerie, fantastic, gorgeous, hippodromic and even quite interesting wherever you look?” Photo: Neal Boenzi/The New York Times

blue-voidsSheryl Lee on the set of Twin Peaks

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aconversationoncoolUntitled (Biloxi, Mississippi) - William Eggleston, 1972.

livelymorgueMay 24, 1983: From the top of the World Trade Center, a view of the Brooklyn Bridge, one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States, on its centennial. Photo: Vic DeLucia/The New York Times