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then and now…

then and now…

(Source: guccipokemon, via thefantasyissue)

#PrincessRihanna…via @badgalriri on Instagram…"Just so happens I came home drunk to this in a pile of papers outside my hotel room! My lil Bajan behind, never thought these many people would even know my name, now it’s next to Princess Diana’s on the front of a newspaper! Life can be such a beautiful thing when you let it be #yourejealous :)”

#PrincessRihanna…
via @badgalriri on Instagram…
"Just so happens I came home drunk 
to this in a pile of papers outside my 
hotel room! My lil Bajan behind, never 
thought these many people would even 
know my name, now it’s next to Princess 
Diana’s on the front of a newspaper! 
Life can be such a beautiful thing 
when you let it be #yourejealous :)”

#PrincessRihanna…"When your face is pic-stitchedto Princess Diana’s on the cover of The Sunday Times…. I mean…” #extraordinaRIHbehavior- @badgalriri

#PrincessRihanna…
"When your face is pic-stitched

to Princess Diana’s on the cover 
of The Sunday Times…. I mean…” 
#extraordinaRIHbehavior
- @badgalriri

Racist or Artistic?
A Spanish publication, Magazine de Fuera de Serie, released their cover of Michelle Obama's head superimposed on the body of a slave with the headline, “Michelle Granddaughter of a Slave, Lady of America.” the picture is one in a series by artist Karine Percheron-Daniels of famous people’s heads —  Princess Diana, Queen Elizabeth II, Abraham Lincoln, and President Barack Obama. Karine says she’s sure Michelle would “love” the picture and she hopes the president’s wife sees it one day. [via OK! Magazine]

Racist or Artistic?

A Spanish publication, Magazine de Fuera de Serie, released their cover of Michelle Obama's head superimposed on the body of a slave with the headline, “Michelle Granddaughter of a Slave, Lady of America.” the picture is one in a series by artist Karine Percheron-Daniels of famous people’s heads —  Princess Diana, Queen Elizabeth II, Abraham Lincoln, and President Barack Obama. Karine says she’s sure Michelle would “love” the picture and she hopes the president’s wife sees it one day. [via OK! Magazine]

Vanity Fair’s ”Portraits of Royalty”. Diana, [July 1997]. 

Vanity Fair’s ”Portraits of
Royalty”. Diana, [July 1997]. 

(via vanityfair)