Jhené Aiko at the 2014 BET Awards
A fully pinked 1911, matching Boker auto, hardware on belt is Duracoated to match the gun
More than 100 years after the centuries-old practice of foot binding was banned in China, these are some of the last living women who were subjected to the practice as children. Once a symbol of beauty and status, foot binding, also known as lotus feet, was carried out in China since the 10th century, falling out of favour in the early 20th century before it was outlawed in 1911. The pictures of women, now aged in their 80s and 90s after foot binding continued in rural areas until around 1939, were taken by Hong Kong-based photographer Jo Farrell, who has launched a Kickstarter fund to complete her project.
Photo credit: Joe Farrell
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Drew this for a theatre in Greensboro, NC.
Real talk: I need that bra.
this is impressive as hell
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