through the screen doors of discretion

oupacademic:

New York Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2015 has come to an end, but you can still access Berg Fashion Library freely for another week.
Berg Fashion Library is a unique resource for students and scholars of fashion and dress, with a diverse range of content from anthropology, art history, sociology, fashion, and textiles, and more.

Use the login details below for free access to Berg Fashion Library for the next two weeks:Username: gratisuser109Password: onlineaccess109

Fashion Drawing: Paquin evening dress © Fashion Museum, Bath and North East Somerset Council. Courtesy of Berg Fashion Library. Do not use without permission.
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Canon EOS 5D Mark II

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100

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f/11

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1/100th

Focal Length

50mm

oupacademic:

New York Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2015 has come to an end, but you can still access Berg Fashion Library freely for another week.

Berg Fashion Library is a unique resource for students and scholars of fashion and dress, with a diverse range of content from anthropology, art history, sociology, fashion, and textiles, and more.

Use the login details below for free access to Berg Fashion Library for the next two weeks:
Username: gratisuser109
Password: onlineaccess109

Fashion Drawing: Paquin evening dress © Fashion Museum, Bath and North East Somerset Council. Courtesy of Berg Fashion Library. Do not use without permission.

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Feel like you’ve been transported back to dial-up today? Dozens of Internet companies are participating in a symbolic slowdown of their sites in a protest for net neutrality. Netflix, Etsy, and Tumblr (to name just a few) joined BattleForTheNet.com in its “Internet Slowdown Day.”

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I always enjoy how Tumblr forces us to pay attention. It’s usually a technical intervention to prompt a community one. And I know (and like) the people running the Battle for the Net. Good on them. 

(via kenyatta)