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Bez tytułu #281 by glirendree on Polyvore featuring moda, FAIR+true, CÉLINE, Prada, Valentino and Isabel Canovas

Bez tytułu #281 by glirendree on Polyvore featuring moda, FAIR+true, CÉLINE, Prada, Valentino and Isabel Canovas

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20 dowodów na to, że upływający czas dopadnie wszystko i wszystkich - Joe Monster

20 dowodów na to, że upływający czas dopadnie wszystko i wszystkich - Joe Monster

Bez tytułu #280 by glirendree on Polyvore featuring moda, Chicwish, Finery London, See by Chloé, Chloé and Linda Farrow

Bez tytułu #280 by glirendree on Polyvore featuring moda, Chicwish, Finery London, See by Chloé, Chloé and Linda Farrow

Bez tytułu #279 by glirendree on Polyvore featuring moda, JustFab and Linda Farrow

Bez tytułu #279 by glirendree on Polyvore featuring moda, JustFab and Linda Farrow

A horrifying collection of scary vintage dolls that will make your flesh crawl

A horrifying collection of scary vintage dolls that will make your flesh crawl

I attended tea ceremony courses since my childhood, so I was heavily exposed to Japanese ceramics, Masumoto says. My teacher inspired me with her self-made cups. Seeing this, I became interested in the idea of giving form to something while still being able to using it too.

I attended tea ceremony courses since my childhood, so I was heavily exposed to Japanese ceramics, Masumoto says. My teacher inspired me with her self-made cups. Seeing this, I became interested in the idea of giving form to something while still being able to using it too.

I attended tea ceremony courses since my childhood, so I was heavily exposed to Japanese ceramics, Masumoto says. My teacher inspired me with her self-made cups. Seeing this, I became interested in the idea of giving form to something while still being able to using it too.

I attended tea ceremony courses since my childhood, so I was heavily exposed to Japanese ceramics, Masumoto says. My teacher inspired me with her self-made cups. Seeing this, I became interested in the idea of giving form to something while still being able to using it too.