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Picture credits:

1. David Lachapelle art 
2. Josef Schultz sign
3. “Hit Parade” by Jerry Meyer
4. i-D, number 28. The Art Issue, August 1985
5. Photograph by Aaron Ruell
6. Colorful pins
7. Fashion Editorial for Sicky Magazine, Sergey Sheluhin photographer
8. Philippa Bywater and Chloe Watson, Takahito Sasaki photographer
9. Old Vintage Sings
10. Fashion Editorial for Vogue Japan, July 2012
11. Mark Vassallo, Studio Front Desk
12. Lindsey Wixon, glitter makeup
13.  Fashion Editorial for Elle Mexico, Jamie Nelson photographer
14. “Tensione Evolutiva”, Lorenzo Jovanotti backup cover
15. Cover of Gourmet Magazine, February 2000
16. Pin Up
17. Lisa Einser, Los Angeles Magazine
18. David Lachapelle art
19. Valeria Marini by David Lachapelle
20. Pop Fashion Editorial
21. Sylvana Ward Durrett for The Covertur
22. Kenzo Advertising by ToiletPaper
23. Lana Del Rey on British Vogue by Mario Testino
24. Tavi Gevinson bedroom
25. Fashion Editorial for Sicky Magazine, Tyson Ernste photographer
26. Samantha Gradoville Dons by Andrew Yee
27. Vessel DVD cover
28. Britney Spears  by David Lachapelle on Rolling Stone Magazine, 1999
29. Emanuel Ungaro Haute Couture for Vogue USA, January 1986
30. Andrew B. Meyers photographer
31. Fashion Editorial for Sicky Magazine, Javier Castan photographer
32. Fashion Editorial for W Magazine, November 2011, Sharif Hamza photographer
33. Retro Pink Car
34. “The Shangs”: Margie Ganser, Betty Weiss and Mary Weiss
35. Peggy Sue’s Restaurant
36. Ann Magret and Elvis Presley on the set of the film “Viva Las Vegas” in 1963
37. Fashion Editorial, Isabelle Chapuis Photographer
38. Claudia Schiffer for Zeit Magazine
39. Jeannie Lee for The Coverteur
40. Suzanne Rogers for The Coverteur
41. Fashion Editorial, Michal Pudelka photographer
42. David Lachapelle art

46 Responses to “Inspiration of the week”

  • Retro inspiration is always awesome! My brain started to tick with ideas and my heart started to thump with excitement just by looking at these! xox

    Reply to Nada Qamber

    Bellissime queste immagini!
    hanno una forte fonte di ispirazione!
    Brava Chiara <3


    Reply to Elisabetta Rossi

    E’ incredibile come la tua ispirazione possa essere anche la mia. Mi ispiri davvero Chiara, sei fantastica, queste foto mi piacciono tanto!

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    Reply to Stefania

    I did not find the pictures inspiring at all, and some of them are just tasteless! Many things in America are tasteless and lacking beauty and sophistication. Also, I was trying to get the meaning of the more philosophical ones, but I couldn’t. Like the photo with the lightly-clad sultry woman with the little child in one hand and the flat pan in the other. The woman doesn’t look in her place in that dirty kitchen – is it an allusion to what we males dream – a sultry, curvaceous, half-naked woman in our kitchen, looking after our children like a good mothe, and cooking and dealing with the housework? Even if that is so, what is the point in doing such a photo? What’s wrong with the first, the second and the third? And after all, Picasso once said that if you dream of something, it already becomes a reality!

    Reply to valentin antonov
  • Hi there! This post couldn’t be written any better!
    Reading through this post reminds me of my previous roommate!
    He continually kept preaching about this. I’ll send this article to him.
    Fairly certain he will have a very good read. Thanks for sharing!

    Reply to Que es BIM Latino
  • I haven’t seen your inspiration posts before this (I didn’t actually know you did them) but I love, LOVE this collection of photos. This page has most certainly been bookmarked. 🙂

    Reply to Claire

    awesome post!




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