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Bob hairstyle

Bob hairstyle

“ I was embarrassed that I even wanted to become an actress because coming from L.A., with two older sisters in the business and a mom who ... Elizabeth Olsen is perfection

“ I was embarrassed that I even wanted to become an actress because coming from L.A., with two older sisters in the business and a mom who ... Elizabeth Olsen is perfection

Alicia Vikander.. UGH Newest girl crush. How is someone this beautiful?? <3

Alicia Vikander.. UGH Newest girl crush. How is someone this beautiful?? <3

Morgan

Morgan

1935 Auburn Boattail Speedster Convertible Model 851

1935 Auburn Boattail Speedster Convertible Model 851

It was an old railroad depot When you look at this beautiful brick building, you have difficulty to believe that it could be once used for a different life than a nice family country house. This is Carolina Peuriot Bouché, of the architecture and interior design studio Prágmata that was responsible for giving it a soul between a New York loft and a Creole ranch.

It was an old railroad depot When you look at this beautiful brick building, you have difficulty to believe that it could be once used for a different life than a nice family country house. This is Carolina Peuriot Bouché, of the architecture and interior design studio Prágmata that was responsible for giving it a soul between a New York loft and a Creole ranch.

Olesya Rulin

Olesya Rulin

house

house

Cars #Bentley

Cars #Bentley

1952 Abarth 1500 Biposto BAT 1 The first of Bertone's series of Berlina Aerodinamica Technica ('BAT') cars of the early 1950s, this remarkable car was designed by Franco Scaglione, Nuccio Bertone and Carlo Abarth for the 1952 Turin Motor Show. The car ended up in the Packard styling studio in the USA, where it was used as a design study before being presented to Fortune magazine editor Richard Austin Smith, who kept it until his death.

1952 Abarth 1500 Biposto BAT 1 The first of Bertone's series of Berlina Aerodinamica Technica ('BAT') cars of the early 1950s, this remarkable car was designed by Franco Scaglione, Nuccio Bertone and Carlo Abarth for the 1952 Turin Motor Show. The car ended up in the Packard styling studio in the USA, where it was used as a design study before being presented to Fortune magazine editor Richard Austin Smith, who kept it until his death.