"My style during the day is very casual - boyfriend jeans, T-shirts, Converse, Uggs, whatever. At night, I love heels and thigh-highs, I like something fresh and new, and I’m not afraid to push the envelope."

"My style during the day is very casual - boyfriend jeans, T-shirts, Converse, Uggs, whatever. At night, I love heels and thigh-highs, I like something fresh and new, and I’m not afraid to push the envelope."


Being single can feel empowering and independence is hugely attractive. It’s one of the things I look for in a man. I like a guy to be happy in his own skin with a life of his own. Good relationships are when you’re happy together and apart – though if you do spend time apart, the Skype thing can be frustrating. It’s not a substitute for a proper hug.
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Being single can feel empowering and independence is hugely attractive. It’s one of the things I look for in a man. I like a guy to be happy in his own skin with a life of his own. Good relationships are when you’re happy together and apart – though if you do spend time apart, the Skype thing can be frustrating. It’s not a substitute for a proper hug.
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Being single can feel empowering and independence is hugely attractive. It’s one of the things I look for in a man. I like a guy to be happy in his own skin with a life of his own. Good relationships are when you’re happy together and apart – though if you do spend time apart, the Skype thing can be frustrating. It’s not a substitute for a proper hug.
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Being single can feel empowering and independence is hugely attractive. It’s one of the things I look for in a man. I like a guy to be happy in his own skin with a life of his own. Good relationships are when you’re happy together and apart – though if you do spend time apart, the Skype thing can be frustrating. It’s not a substitute for a proper hug.
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Being single can feel empowering and independence is hugely attractive. It’s one of the things I look for in a man. I like a guy to be happy in his own skin with a life of his own. Good relationships are when you’re happy together and apart – though if you do spend time apart, the Skype thing can be frustrating. It’s not a substitute for a proper hug.

Bless that one person in every group that is like “keep going, I’m listening” and encourages you to finish your story even when everyone else is talking over you.

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rurone:

So I really love how the intro to Pacific Rim is, like, 90% plausible/whatever for the first two minutes. Massive tragedy in San Francisco, media and cultural response, blah blah blah

Then, completely straight-up, “So that’s when we decided to make giant robots.”

When life hands you lemons

you make giant robots


When Audrey realized photographer Shaw was just trying to accomplish in his field what she was trying to do as an artist in hers, she forgot about LIFE’s cameras watching her closely day after day. Shaw developed prints of Audrey after each session, spending his nights studying them for typical Audrey mannerisms, gestures and expressions. The series of Audrey talking on the phone - one of which ended up on the magazine’s cover - was taken when her agent called her at home. Mark’s diligence paid off: the photos truly capture Audrey’s personatily and, by the end of the shoot, she was treating him like a member of the family. 
Audrey Hepburn at her Beverly Hills apartment photographed by Mark Shaw in 1953.
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When Audrey realized photographer Shaw was just trying to accomplish in his field what she was trying to do as an artist in hers, she forgot about LIFE’s cameras watching her closely day after day. Shaw developed prints of Audrey after each session, spending his nights studying them for typical Audrey mannerisms, gestures and expressions. The series of Audrey talking on the phone - one of which ended up on the magazine’s cover - was taken when her agent called her at home. Mark’s diligence paid off: the photos truly capture Audrey’s personatily and, by the end of the shoot, she was treating him like a member of the family. 
Audrey Hepburn at her Beverly Hills apartment photographed by Mark Shaw in 1953.
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When Audrey realized photographer Shaw was just trying to accomplish in his field what she was trying to do as an artist in hers, she forgot about LIFE’s cameras watching her closely day after day. Shaw developed prints of Audrey after each session, spending his nights studying them for typical Audrey mannerisms, gestures and expressions. The series of Audrey talking on the phone - one of which ended up on the magazine’s cover - was taken when her agent called her at home. Mark’s diligence paid off: the photos truly capture Audrey’s personatily and, by the end of the shoot, she was treating him like a member of the family. 
Audrey Hepburn at her Beverly Hills apartment photographed by Mark Shaw in 1953.
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When Audrey realized photographer Shaw was just trying to accomplish in his field what she was trying to do as an artist in hers, she forgot about LIFE’s cameras watching her closely day after day. Shaw developed prints of Audrey after each session, spending his nights studying them for typical Audrey mannerisms, gestures and expressions. The series of Audrey talking on the phone - one of which ended up on the magazine’s cover - was taken when her agent called her at home. Mark’s diligence paid off: the photos truly capture Audrey’s personatily and, by the end of the shoot, she was treating him like a member of the family. 
Audrey Hepburn at her Beverly Hills apartment photographed by Mark Shaw in 1953.
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When Audrey realized photographer Shaw was just trying to accomplish in his field what she was trying to do as an artist in hers, she forgot about LIFE’s cameras watching her closely day after day. Shaw developed prints of Audrey after each session, spending his nights studying them for typical Audrey mannerisms, gestures and expressions. The series of Audrey talking on the phone - one of which ended up on the magazine’s cover - was taken when her agent called her at home. Mark’s diligence paid off: the photos truly capture Audrey’s personatily and, by the end of the shoot, she was treating him like a member of the family. 
Audrey Hepburn at her Beverly Hills apartment photographed by Mark Shaw in 1953.
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When Audrey realized photographer Shaw was just trying to accomplish in his field what she was trying to do as an artist in hers, she forgot about LIFE’s cameras watching her closely day after day. Shaw developed prints of Audrey after each session, spending his nights studying them for typical Audrey mannerisms, gestures and expressions. The series of Audrey talking on the phone - one of which ended up on the magazine’s cover - was taken when her agent called her at home. Mark’s diligence paid off: the photos truly capture Audrey’s personatily and, by the end of the shoot, she was treating him like a member of the family.

Audrey Hepburn at her Beverly Hills apartment photographed by Mark Shaw in 1953.