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licoricewall:

比留川游 (Yu Hirukawa): BAILA magazine / Swarovski
licoricewall:

比留川游 (Yu Hirukawa): BAILA magazine / Swarovski
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womensweardaily:

Cushnie et Ochs Resort 2015
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taishou-kun:

Asakusa Ryounkaku 浅草凌雲閣 (Cloud-Surpassing Pavilion) building or Juunikai 十二回 (12 floors) - 1890-1923
The Ryounkaku was designed by the Scottish engineer W. K. Burton in the late 1880s. The opening was made in November 11, 1890 - Adjacent to Tokyo Asakusa Park, 46 merchandise stores from around the world were up to the 8th floor, the upper floor was likely an observation room. A lounge was on the eighth floor, and art exhibitions were held on the ninth floor, while the tenth through twelfth were observation decks. From there, all of Tokyo could be seen and on a clear day also Mount Fuji. Many artistic and cultural events were held in the Ryounkaku, including Western music concerts, geisha photograph exhibitions, beauty contests etc. Famous was the store where wood-block prints were made for Sugoroku, a popular Japanese board game. 225 Feet (65 m) height. There was a second floor of a wooden building on the 10th floor on the top the brick part. First building equiped of 2 electric elevators in Japan at this time. The billboard in front of the tower advertised Jintan, a breath mint product still sold in Japan.
It was the first “Tokyo Sky Tree”… After the Great Kanto Earthquake 関東大震災 in September 1, 1923, it was demolished.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ry%C5%8Dunkaku
taishou-kun:

Asakusa Ryounkaku 浅草凌雲閣 (Cloud-Surpassing Pavilion) building or Juunikai 十二回 (12 floors) - 1890-1923
The Ryounkaku was designed by the Scottish engineer W. K. Burton in the late 1880s. The opening was made in November 11, 1890 - Adjacent to Tokyo Asakusa Park, 46 merchandise stores from around the world were up to the 8th floor, the upper floor was likely an observation room. A lounge was on the eighth floor, and art exhibitions were held on the ninth floor, while the tenth through twelfth were observation decks. From there, all of Tokyo could be seen and on a clear day also Mount Fuji. Many artistic and cultural events were held in the Ryounkaku, including Western music concerts, geisha photograph exhibitions, beauty contests etc. Famous was the store where wood-block prints were made for Sugoroku, a popular Japanese board game. 225 Feet (65 m) height. There was a second floor of a wooden building on the 10th floor on the top the brick part. First building equiped of 2 electric elevators in Japan at this time. The billboard in front of the tower advertised Jintan, a breath mint product still sold in Japan.
It was the first “Tokyo Sky Tree”… After the Great Kanto Earthquake 関東大震災 in September 1, 1923, it was demolished.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ry%C5%8Dunkaku
taishou-kun:

Asakusa Ryounkaku 浅草凌雲閣 (Cloud-Surpassing Pavilion) building or Juunikai 十二回 (12 floors) - 1890-1923
The Ryounkaku was designed by the Scottish engineer W. K. Burton in the late 1880s. The opening was made in November 11, 1890 - Adjacent to Tokyo Asakusa Park, 46 merchandise stores from around the world were up to the 8th floor, the upper floor was likely an observation room. A lounge was on the eighth floor, and art exhibitions were held on the ninth floor, while the tenth through twelfth were observation decks. From there, all of Tokyo could be seen and on a clear day also Mount Fuji. Many artistic and cultural events were held in the Ryounkaku, including Western music concerts, geisha photograph exhibitions, beauty contests etc. Famous was the store where wood-block prints were made for Sugoroku, a popular Japanese board game. 225 Feet (65 m) height. There was a second floor of a wooden building on the 10th floor on the top the brick part. First building equiped of 2 electric elevators in Japan at this time. The billboard in front of the tower advertised Jintan, a breath mint product still sold in Japan.
It was the first “Tokyo Sky Tree”… After the Great Kanto Earthquake 関東大震災 in September 1, 1923, it was demolished.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ry%C5%8Dunkaku
taishou-kun:

Asakusa Ryounkaku 浅草凌雲閣 (Cloud-Surpassing Pavilion) building or Juunikai 十二回 (12 floors) - 1890-1923
The Ryounkaku was designed by the Scottish engineer W. K. Burton in the late 1880s. The opening was made in November 11, 1890 - Adjacent to Tokyo Asakusa Park, 46 merchandise stores from around the world were up to the 8th floor, the upper floor was likely an observation room. A lounge was on the eighth floor, and art exhibitions were held on the ninth floor, while the tenth through twelfth were observation decks. From there, all of Tokyo could be seen and on a clear day also Mount Fuji. Many artistic and cultural events were held in the Ryounkaku, including Western music concerts, geisha photograph exhibitions, beauty contests etc. Famous was the store where wood-block prints were made for Sugoroku, a popular Japanese board game. 225 Feet (65 m) height. There was a second floor of a wooden building on the 10th floor on the top the brick part. First building equiped of 2 electric elevators in Japan at this time. The billboard in front of the tower advertised Jintan, a breath mint product still sold in Japan.
It was the first “Tokyo Sky Tree”… After the Great Kanto Earthquake 関東大震災 in September 1, 1923, it was demolished.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ry%C5%8Dunkaku
taishou-kun:

Asakusa Ryounkaku 浅草凌雲閣 (Cloud-Surpassing Pavilion) building or Juunikai 十二回 (12 floors) - 1890-1923
The Ryounkaku was designed by the Scottish engineer W. K. Burton in the late 1880s. The opening was made in November 11, 1890 - Adjacent to Tokyo Asakusa Park, 46 merchandise stores from around the world were up to the 8th floor, the upper floor was likely an observation room. A lounge was on the eighth floor, and art exhibitions were held on the ninth floor, while the tenth through twelfth were observation decks. From there, all of Tokyo could be seen and on a clear day also Mount Fuji. Many artistic and cultural events were held in the Ryounkaku, including Western music concerts, geisha photograph exhibitions, beauty contests etc. Famous was the store where wood-block prints were made for Sugoroku, a popular Japanese board game. 225 Feet (65 m) height. There was a second floor of a wooden building on the 10th floor on the top the brick part. First building equiped of 2 electric elevators in Japan at this time. The billboard in front of the tower advertised Jintan, a breath mint product still sold in Japan.
It was the first “Tokyo Sky Tree”… After the Great Kanto Earthquake 関東大震災 in September 1, 1923, it was demolished.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ry%C5%8Dunkaku
taishou-kun:

Asakusa Ryounkaku 浅草凌雲閣 (Cloud-Surpassing Pavilion) building or Juunikai 十二回 (12 floors) - 1890-1923
The Ryounkaku was designed by the Scottish engineer W. K. Burton in the late 1880s. The opening was made in November 11, 1890 - Adjacent to Tokyo Asakusa Park, 46 merchandise stores from around the world were up to the 8th floor, the upper floor was likely an observation room. A lounge was on the eighth floor, and art exhibitions were held on the ninth floor, while the tenth through twelfth were observation decks. From there, all of Tokyo could be seen and on a clear day also Mount Fuji. Many artistic and cultural events were held in the Ryounkaku, including Western music concerts, geisha photograph exhibitions, beauty contests etc. Famous was the store where wood-block prints were made for Sugoroku, a popular Japanese board game. 225 Feet (65 m) height. There was a second floor of a wooden building on the 10th floor on the top the brick part. First building equiped of 2 electric elevators in Japan at this time. The billboard in front of the tower advertised Jintan, a breath mint product still sold in Japan.
It was the first “Tokyo Sky Tree”… After the Great Kanto Earthquake 関東大震災 in September 1, 1923, it was demolished.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ry%C5%8Dunkaku
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womensweardaily:

Suno Resort 2015
Courtesy Photo
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winterfellis:

untitled by symooh on Flickr.
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aurorae:

图片-惡作劇工房
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ak47:

gkojax:

rosarosa-over100notes:

rosarosa:

taka84:

yuria:

Мастер Zbyszek Filipiak (34 фото - 5.23Mb) » 2photo.ru - Фотоблоги интересных людей(via sampler)
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yamato2520:

日南響子 / Kyoko Hinami
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dolcegabbana:

Winter 2015 Eyewear Advertising Campaign shot by Domenico Dolce #dolcegabbana #dgeyewearwww.dolcegabbana.com/eyewear/sunglasses
dolcegabbana:

Winter 2015 Eyewear Advertising Campaign shot by Domenico Dolce #dolcegabbana #dgeyewearwww.dolcegabbana.com/eyewear/sunglasses
dolcegabbana:

Winter 2015 Eyewear Advertising Campaign shot by Domenico Dolce #dolcegabbana #dgeyewearwww.dolcegabbana.com/eyewear/sunglasses
dolcegabbana:

Winter 2015 Eyewear Advertising Campaign shot by Domenico Dolce #dolcegabbana #dgeyewearwww.dolcegabbana.com/eyewear/sunglasses
dolcegabbana:

Winter 2015 Eyewear Advertising Campaign shot by Domenico Dolce #dolcegabbana #dgeyewearwww.dolcegabbana.com/eyewear/sunglasses
dolcegabbana:

Winter 2015 Eyewear Advertising Campaign shot by Domenico Dolce #dolcegabbana #dgeyewearwww.dolcegabbana.com/eyewear/sunglasses
dolcegabbana:

Winter 2015 Eyewear Advertising Campaign shot by Domenico Dolce #dolcegabbana #dgeyewearwww.dolcegabbana.com/eyewear/sunglasses
dolcegabbana:

Winter 2015 Eyewear Advertising Campaign shot by Domenico Dolce #dolcegabbana #dgeyewearwww.dolcegabbana.com/eyewear/sunglasses
dolcegabbana:

Winter 2015 Eyewear Advertising Campaign shot by Domenico Dolce #dolcegabbana #dgeyewearwww.dolcegabbana.com/eyewear/sunglasses
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womensweardaily:

Rebecca Minkoff to Unveil 
Wearable Tech Accessories
Courtesy Photos
Wearables that double as jewelry will launch at the designer’s spring runway show next week, including a gold chain-link bracelet with a silver bar and pyramid studs that’s actually a wearable notification bracelet. For More
womensweardaily:

Rebecca Minkoff to Unveil 
Wearable Tech Accessories
Courtesy Photos
Wearables that double as jewelry will launch at the designer’s spring runway show next week, including a gold chain-link bracelet with a silver bar and pyramid studs that’s actually a wearable notification bracelet. For More
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pedalfar:

SUNNY WITH PIAGET | Kayture
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pedalfar:

Denisa Dvorakova Poses in Dior for Elle Czech by Branislav Simoncik
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womensweardaily:

Kenzo Resort 2015
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