Cartier Love bracelet
“Unlike traditional bracelets, which are either wide enough to slip them over the hand onto the wrist or can readily be opened in order to put them on, the Love bracelet is designed to be opened only using a special screwdriver that is supplied with every bracelet. The screwdriver is also available in the form of a necklace, allowing the bracelet to be “locked” onto one person while the “key” is kept around the neck of another as a symbol for their commitment to their relationship.”
Iris Strubegger by Marton Perlaki for The Room Spring 2010
Zoot Suits, 22 June 1948. Three Jamaican Immigrants (left to right) John Hazel, a 21-year-old boxer, Harold Wilmot, 32, and John Roberts, a 22-year-old carpenter, arriving at Tilbury onboard the ex-troopship Empire Windrush, smartly dressed in zoot suits and trilby hats.
Here is the view from the Galata Tower in Istanbul, looking down on the Galata bridge and some of the prettiest rooftops in town, on the edge of the fashionable Beyoglu district. Photo by Cristobal Palma.
Anonymous asked: What's your favourite book of all time? (please don't say you don't have one)
Right now, it’s the Kite Runner.