Tilda Swinton in Celine

Posted on April 26, 2012

Darlings, let’s start off our day with a tall, cool glass of Tilda.

 

Tilda Swinton attends the TIME 100 Gala celebrating TIME’S 100 Most Influential People In The World in NYC in a Celine jumpsuit.

Attagirl.

She’s the only woman we know of who can wear a jumpsuit designed to make her look like an egg and somehow not look ridiculous doing so. Or at least, not as ridiculous as most mere mortals would look in an egg-shaped jumpsuit.

Thank you, Tilda. You may go off and be awesome in other ways now.

 

[Photo Credit: Fernando Leon/Getty Images]

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  • http://www.facebook.com/mindy.davis1 Mindy Davis

    GOD I wish that woman would use a little mascara

    • http://www.epilonicast.net/theydontknow Peter White

      But then it would get on the white satin jumpsuit…

  • http://twitter.com/The_Bugler Anna Daugherty

    Wut.

  • http://www.thatwasdramatic.tumblr.com/ Anya

    Tilda Swinton is made of awesome.

    • LuisaNL

       totally, I mean, this jumpsuit is absolutely ridiculous and yet she looks so stylish and striking in it.

  • http://twitter.com/mizenkay Nancy K.

    The woman is simply tremendous.

  • http://twitter.com/FlaviaGPantoja Flavia Pantoja

    She could have worked the hem a little no? And maybe, just maybe a little color on the face? 

    • Judih1

      I agree. She looks so ghostly – a little color on her face would help a lot

  • kimmeister

    I’m curious what kind of shoes she had on.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1084733830 Kate Andrews

    I love it when she channels David Bowie’s Thin White Duke!

    • http://profiles.google.com/sara.e.munoz Sara Munoz

      Or more like Oval White Duke? :)

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_2P2ANLRZ6YAVGONA36I2AQJYGI VicD

      Bowie, circa 1979…

    • ChristySchiff

       Really wish she’d do a Bowie biopic.

      • HazellC

         How fabulous would that be?  I can’t think of a single man who could do him proper justice.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1401197785 Jennifer Peters-Ahnberg

      I looked at her and though “How Bowiesque.”

  • http://joyouslifesf.wordpress.com Kiltdntiltd

    I have missed her so!  That’s my Tilda.  Giving out with the other-wordly thing, like always.  LOVE her.

    • Anathema_Device

       Hey! Welcome back! I trust you had a great time?

      • http://joyouslifesf.wordpress.com Kiltdntiltd

         Beyond words my friend.  I have far too many stories to relate here.  But one tip, that will feed your jones for lovely. Ultramod.  Its a shop in the 2nd, near the Palce Victoire that has been doing business for more than a century and is one of the go to places for the Couture houses for notions, trims and millinery supplies.  the sheer bulk of what they have is staggering, and of course a great deal of it is vintage.  Address? : numbers 3+4 Rue de Choiseul.  They have shop spaces directly opposite each other on the street.  Its near a metro stop on the #4 line.  Open 10-6 Monday through Friday.  Allow yourself LOTS of time to look.

        • Anathema_Device

          That is a great tip! I could (and likely will) spend hours in a place like that. Thanks!

          • http://joyouslifesf.wordpress.com Kiltdntiltd

             Buttons, ribbons, trims, silk threads and flosses, and a charming staff, who are VERY patient.  The Millinery shop across the street often has no one in it, but just ask and they will open it up for you.  and DO do that, because the treasures are amazing.
            Also, make a point of going to the Musee’ Des Artes Decoratif, its part of the Louvre, though it has a separate entrance and ticketing structure. they always have a fashion exhibit. What’s there now is an exhibit of the History of Louis Vuitton, and the Designer Marc Jacobs.  It was Uh May Zing.

          • Anathema_Device

             Oh my, millinery and notions…kryptonite, I’m telling you! A friend just saw the Vuitton/Jacobs show and loved it. Hell, I gotta get my butt over to the De Young to the Gaultier exhibit! The YSL and Balenciaga shows were too fab. I hope this one is as good.

          • http://joyouslifesf.wordpress.com Kiltdntiltd

             Totally!
            It would be fun to do the Gaultier with you.  I bet it would be a hoot.  I loved both the YSL and Balenciaga shows.  My tip on that front. Go first thing Sunday morning, the museum is empty and you get the whole exhibition to yourself for a while.

          • Anathema_Device

            Yes, I tend to go midweek when the museums open for that very reason. I’m trying to work out a time to go with a JPG-loving friend of mine. I’ll seriously let you know what we figure out. Am I wrong or have you posted your facebook link in the past?

          • http://joyouslifesf.wordpress.com Kiltdntiltd

             You can find me there as Paul G. Ellis.  I would enjoy sharing that experience with you.

          • HomeOfficeGirl

            Ah Kiltd ‘n Anathema… I hope you don’t mind how I live vicariously through your posts from the confines of Cincinnati.  Carry on with your fabulousness.

          • http://joyouslifesf.wordpress.com Kiltdntiltd

            But of course you are most welcome to take part. I can’t speak for the estimable Ms Device, but I am quite flattered.

          • Anathema_Device

            You’re sweet. I am ridiculously fabulous right now: ugly green fleece robe, worn out dansko clogs, and bed head. I decided to take today off and I am wallowing!

          • ballerinawithagun

            Right there with you. I only look for a few posts. These two are the most intelligent!

          • http://joyouslifesf.wordpress.com Kiltdntiltd

             Totally!
            It would be fun to do the Gaultier with you.  I bet it would be a hoot.  I loved both the YSL and Balenciaga shows.  My tip on that front. Go first thing Sunday morning, the museum is empty and you get the whole exhibition to yourself for a while.

  • http://profiles.google.com/saramichelef Sarah Michele Ford

    Now I want to go see if Orlando is on Netflix.

    (Damn. It’s not.)

    • http://profiles.google.com/sara.e.munoz Sara Munoz

      Oh, I love that movie. My favorite part is Jimmy Somerville’s glorious singing. :)

    • 3rdsister

      I had that same craving a couple weeks ago — managed to find it in the public library!  Yea!

  • vanjar

    I hate the hem and yes, she’s the only one who can pull off that shape.

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      A mere mortal would look ridiculous in this jumpsuit,and that’s why only Tilda can wear this.

      • Flooby

        Binzactly.  How does she keep it so smooth?  Where are the wrinkles?  It’s PRISTINE.

      • http://twitter.com/crush_onyou crush on you

        And have fun doing it; look at how she places that ‘time 100′ pin just like she was part of a (fantasy) hotel staff, lol! A hotel with such outfits for their staff should have really awesome personnel, I’d say :D

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=601016544 Amy J Albin

    Beautiful!

  • Calinda_L

    You know, Tilda’s style really shouldn’t work. We should all think she looks crazy or tacky or just plain bad. The reason she doesn’t is because this is her honest to goodness style — emphasis on “her” and “style”. She’s not just parading herself about in an outfit for outfit’s sake, like any other starlet would do. 

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Patrick-Cleary/1201575213 Patrick Cleary

       Exactly. Fashion is 100% about attitude. Most people wouldn’t embrace something that’s classically unflattering, but she’s operating on a different level. When you steadfastly play against the rules, you can get away with just about anything.

      • Calinda_L

        I couldn’t agree more (or have said it better). 

      • http://www.wordydoodles.com WordyDoodles

        Huge thanks to you both for that well-said reminder. Yes- this is Tilda being honest about who she is and what she likes. Nothing more or less.

    • MissAnnieRN

      I agree.  The thing is (and I’ve only seen one of her movies – Burn After Reading, which is hilarious, and you should put it in your netflix queue immediately if you haven’t seen it.  For Brad Pitt’s character alone…) she is really beautiful, and it doesn’t translate to photos that well.  I think it’s the paleness of her skin and hair under the lights, but she’s really stunning. I imagine that she pulls off these looks in person with even more aplomb than the photos might suggest.

      • YourBaloneyDontGotNoSecondName

        Oh Miss Annie, you simply must check out her other movies.  Fast forward through the gory and dumb parts of Constantine just to see her scary-freaky androgynous Gabriel the angel.  I Am Love is sumputous and sensual.  We Need To Talk About Kevin is heartbreaking.  And Orlando is all of the above and then some.  I almost forgot the Narnia movie.  She was SCARY in that.  

        • MissAnnieRN

          Thanks for the suggestions!  I used to be the biggest movie buff.  Then I had a baby – 6 years ago. So now it costs $40 for the babysitter plus $20 for tickets and popcorn, hence the last movie I saw in the theater was The Lorax…  I never remember to send the Netflix movies back, so I cancelled my subscription when they pulled their shenanigans last fall.  I wacthed the AA’s this year, and I hadn’t even seen a single one of the movies nominated.  Shameful.  

        • MissAnnieRN

          Thanks for the suggestions!  I used to be the biggest movie buff.  Then I had a baby – 6 years ago. So now it costs $40 for the babysitter plus $20 for tickets and popcorn, hence the last movie I saw in the theater was The Lorax…  I never remember to send the Netflix movies back, so I cancelled my subscription when they pulled their shenanigans last fall.  I wacthed the AA’s this year, and I hadn’t even seen a single one of the movies nominated.  Shameful.  

          • http://twitter.com/mirrormirrorxx Paola Thomas

            Are you me? 

          • MissAnnieRN

            haha – apparently I’m not the only one with this “problem.”

          • http://www.wordydoodles.com WordyDoodles

             I’m in the same boat with you both (and probably many more). :)

          • formerlyAnon

            No, you are not. My kids are nearly grown, and while I have re-mastered the art of watching an entire movie at home, I am still not back in the habit of going to an actual moving picture theater. 

            Of course, I have over 15 years worth of movies to catch up on at home . . .

          • 3rdsister

            I said this before so I hope you don’t mind the repeat.  We also dropped our Netflix account but found a zillion videos just sitting around in the public library.  We can put in requests for those in demand and they come fairly quickly.   We call it our free netflix

          • mixedupfiles

             And you can doubtless find the catalog and reserve from your home computer, just as with Netflix.

        • http://profiles.google.com/grandiva1968 e jerry powell

          Are you kidding?  Have you never seen her work with Derek Jarman (only the director who discovered her)?

          Here’s what you do: you start with Caravaggio (made that much better by the presence of Sean Bean).  Then you go to the constructed works (in no particular order): Aria, The Last of England, and War Requiem, You must allow at least a week for watching Edward II as many times as possible, both for Tilda’s performance and for her ridiculously over-the-top fashions.  Wittgenstein and Blue are the last two films Swinton did with Jarman before his death, and the former is the only one in which she actually appears (Blue was intended to be performed live, so in video you only hear the actors’ voices).

          Get thee to the Queue posthaste.

          • YourBaloneyDontGotNoSecondName

            i concur.  i was trying to be accessible and recent.  as if mere mortals could ever have access to SWINTON.

          • http://profiles.google.com/grandiva1968 e jerry powell

             goddess goddess goddess goddess goddess goddess goddess goddess goddess

            If she touches my hand, I will die straightaway.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_EDI2DLE7DE3YPW2ONIHBWOVHMA ecallaw

         I’ve seen Burn After Readin and don;t even remember her in it.  She was really good in that Clooney lawyer movie–was it called Michael Clayton?  Something like that.

        • MissAnnieRN

          Oh yeah – I have seen that one, too.  She was good in that.  I guess Coen Brothers movies tend to stick with me more.  Plus BP in that movie was HILARIOUS.  I think it’s my favorite role he’s ever played.  That or his role in 13 Monkeys.

        • MissAnnieRN

          Oh yeah – I have seen that one, too.  She was good in that.  I guess Coen Brothers movies tend to stick with me more.  Plus BP in that movie was HILARIOUS.  I think it’s my favorite role he’s ever played.  That or his role in 13 Monkeys.

      • http://profiles.google.com/sara.e.munoz Sara Munoz

        The Deep End. She was excellent in that, And of course, Michael Clayton.

    • Kayceed

      Can you imagine the delicious pile of rejects? Pretty frocks thrown her way by designers desperate for her edgy endorsement, kicked to the curb.

  • Alisa Rivera

    Not even Tilda can pull this off. And the Alfalfa cowlick is driving me crazy.

  • HomeOfficeGirl

    Nope.  Not buying it.  She DOES look ridiculous.  Like the hostess at the iceland marriott breakfast buffet.  Sorry.

  • BeeBeauNYC

    I love Tilda and her funky edge, but I’m just not loving this outfit. I think it’s the shape I just can’t get behind. I wish there was a photo of her from the side so I could see what it looked like at that angle. 

    • littlemac8

      Agreed!  It makes a real statement as a still photo but I cannot imagine how awful it looks from the side or sitting down for dinner.  Maybe Time didn’t feed them?!

  • Megan Patterson

    OMG it looks like a doctor’s uniform from the future and I love it. 

    • Erin Nice

      Ha! It really does. I like that.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=673315619 Heidi Cron

    she is an amazing statue. Every day I look in the mirror and think, how can I be more like Tilda today.

    • yourlibrarian

      I am going to co-opt this strategy immediately.

    • sagecreek

      Alas, Heidi, I’d like to do that, but I’m 5′ nothing, so I fear it would be a futile endeavor.

    • ChristySchiff

       Pretty sure people would Keep Their Distance if I tried that.

  • http://profiles.google.com/sara.e.munoz Sara Munoz

    Gosh, I hate that lapel pin.

    • Kayceed

      Yes!

  • shirab

    How are there no wrinkles at all on that outfit? It doesn’t look like she even bent an elbow after dressing. Did she wear sweats in the limo and change in a restroom when she arrived? Or did she magically float over to the venue? Not sure which is easier to imagine.

    • introspective

      She floated in from the future. All of the comments confirm this. ;)

    • ChristySchiff

       Space-age fibers made of egg whites.

  • https://twitter.com/Gayer_Than_Thou Gayer Than Thou

    She has clearly come from the future to tell us something.  But what?

  • Erin Nice

    “Tall, cool glass of Tilda” is right. I’d look like a 5 foot tall marshmallow in that, but I enjoy it on her. Such is the power of Tilda.

  • PastryGoddess

    See look Stella  Not a stupid reverse dart…no no..it’s a perfectly done pleat.  Maybe you should go back to sewing 202 for instructions

  • introspective

    I knew TLo would post this. Swinton’s pitchperfect combo of cray and chic rides again.

  • butterflysunita

    I don’t why this works but it does.  She looks fabulous.  

  • quiltrx

    Obviously Tilda deployed the Popemobile, riding standing up so she didn’t get a wrinkle.  This jumpsuit is very architectural, no?  No ordinary mortal could wear it…it takes someone with a fascinating face (and persona) to pull this off.

    But maybe just a little more color on the face?

  • Jessi03

    How does she do it?  This jumpsuit is awful, but she looks amazing in it!

    • ChristySchiff

       Commitment.

  • RutGot

    I usually love Tilda with all my heart but I can’t help but feel like she looks like she works at a very expensive gas station. One that only services Bentleys and Lambourginis.

    • Kayceed

      This imagery tickles me.

    • http://profile.yahoo.com/J2VE4NE2FY2BP4QD2XOYKJGLPI Laura

      feature not a bug! 

  • mjude

    bowing down

  • http://www.facebook.com/WendyLKaufman Wendy Kaufman

    Though I admire the lines and constriction skill, I have to say that this is the wrong kind of awesome. I miss that bird dress. THAT was awesome. Just can’t like this look.

  • julnyes

    She continues to be otherworldly and fantastic. I would love to get a closer look at the bracelet on her wrist, is it leather?

  • Pants_are_a_must

    She’s got the haute couture market cornered. As she should. Not even Queen Blanchett wears clothes as daring as Swinton.

  • Libby Rhoman

    Perfect.

    I love that she typically eschews eye makeup.  Unlike 99.99% of the population, it actually makes her eyes even more striking and noticeable.  How can blue eyes be so, so dark?

  • dress_up_doll

    In the year 2055 we will all be dressing like this.

  • http://twitter.com/andsheewas Renee H.

    Love her. This harkens back to David Byrne’s suit from “Stop Making Sense,” which I consider a wonderful thing.

  • jw_ny

    I’m on the fence.  I like the bold simplicity, the crisp seam that perfectly and symmetrically curves up the front leg….sculptural effect.  All Swinton’s signature style. 

    Dislike the top, especially with the Top 100 tag…looks like a hostess or hotel desk clerk.  If I didn’t know who she was, I just might ask for directions to my seat.  I also think it looks like a baggy (albeit crisp) jump suit…like RutGot said, that a service station worker would wear.  

    I guess I’m more on the dislike side of the fence on this one.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/J2VE4NE2FY2BP4QD2XOYKJGLPI Laura

    I love her. I love the little piece of hair sticking up at the back. Somehow she looks bizarre and perfect at the same time. Awesome!

  • http://twitter.com/foodycatAlicia foodycatAlicia

    Do not love. Just needs a tailcoat and she’ll look like The Penguin.

  • http://wipgirl.wordpress.com/ kristel

    This outfit is some kind of ugly, but she carries it off anyway. 

  • http://profiles.google.com/dkbbmail Dorrene BrownButterfield

    Sorta makes her look like a white penguin…but it’s Tilda, so it works.

  • belfebe

    We are not worthy…

  • Anathema_Device

    The Time 100 badge and the outfit make her look like a futuristic usher. Which for some inexplicable reason works on her. She has her own fashion force field around her, I guess.

  • Lina_bee

    I love her so much. She makes this look like art instead of an outfit, only refreshingly without any hype. Granted, I will laugh if we’re all wearing this in 20 years’ time.

  • Eva_baby

    Nope. Sorry.  That just looks plain unfortunate.

  • YourBaloneyDontGotNoSecondName

    How awesome would it have been if SWINTON had been cast as the android in the upcoming Prometheus?  Oh hell, screw that.  Let’s just have a movie of SWINTON and Sigourney doing nothing more than throwing threatening and/or lustful and/or angry and/or Alpha Bitch and/or crazy looks at each other for an hour and a half. They could be holding different exotic and futuristic guns and wearing exotic and futuristic outfits while doing so.

    • ChristySchiff

       Would totally watch this.

  • Call me Bee

    While I love and respect and almost worship The Swinton, this just not attractive. Its shapeless and needs the hem raised a titch so her shoes aren’t covered. Sorry– even Tilda can get it wrong.

  • http://essays.tumblr.com/ Nicholas

    Sheer perfection from the waist up. Then I scrolled down …

  • http://twitter.com/jaythenerdkid Aaminah Khan

    I feel like I should hate it, but I just can’t. Such is the power of SWINTON.

  • ChristySchiff

    So weird.  I love how it looks like she’s wearing a nametag.  “hi, My name is Tilda, and I’ll be your egg for the evening…”

  • Sweetpea176

    I shudder to think what that looks like while she’s walking or sitting down.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Julie-Chase/731391326 Julie Chase

    I would be clapping in glee a little harder if she had had her pants hemmed.

  • MzzPants

    LUV HUH.

  • SpcilK

    So Good!

  • tired_mommy

    Futuristic hotel concierge? Not my Tilda fav :(

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=49702581 Susan Bullard Mayer

    Only SWINTON could pull it off.  Bravo.

  • nannypoo

    Strange and fabulous.

  • BrooklynBomber

     I don’t know. . . with that little pin she looks like the flight attendant on an airline of the future.

  • BrooklynBomber

     I don’t know. . . with that little pin she looks like the flight attendant on an airline of the future.

  • MilaXX

    I wish I had her magical powers. On anyone else I’d hate this, bit I love it on her.

  • MilaXX

    I wish I had her magical powers. On anyone else I’d hate this, bit I love it on her.

  • ChaquitaPhilly

    Fierce and Fabulous. 

  • TheOriginalLulu

    Nope, sorry. Not feeling it.
    She looks better than anyone else would in that thing, but I still think it’s a little too Humpty Dumpty.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/W7A5N4G7FDTV5U2KOHBVSB55XI Basket

    Swindon is so over-rated.  

    • EEKstl

      I disagree, she’s just rated on a different scale of fabulousness than your typical cookie-cutter celebrity.  I think she is the Fiercest of Them All.

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/W7A5N4G7FDTV5U2KOHBVSB55XI Basket

         White, blond, skinny, —that IS the scale.

    • AnaRoW

       I agree to an extent. I’ve never liked anything she’s worn and this is no exception.  The obsession with her look sort of reminds me of the obsession with Lady Gaga except, unlike Gaga, I don’t find myself laughing at her. However, that’s just my personal opinion. Saying she’s “overrated” means everyone else is wrong when really they just see something in her that I don’t.

    • Corsetmaker

      I’ve never been to Swindon. It looks quite a dull town.
      Swinton on the other hand is fabulous :)

  • http://twitter.com/herong Heron

    I honestly think this was sewn with her in mind.  

  • mommyca

    Amazing how so NOT wrinkled the jumpsuit looks… Was she airlifted to the event? I wonder how it will be after she seats for a while….  Still, only Tilda can wear this, no doubt….

    • http://www.filmsbyneptune.com/ Dani Colman

       Just hook that thing up to a helium pump and you can hover over to anywhere you like.  Carries the dual benefit of inflating the wrinkles right out of it.

  • http://www.joannao.blogspot.com JoannaOC

    The TIME 100 LIst, right on.
    How long before this shows up on the “Tildastardust” Tumblr?: “DEDICATED TO THE BELIEF THAT TILDA AND BOWIE ARE ONE PERSON.” Browse the archives when you need your daily dose of Swinton.

  • P M

    okay, so the hemlength is too long. Nevertheless, she looks like the president of the Inter-galactic council for Fierce and Good Governance.

  • erinbinek

    Sorry, this is an OUT for me.  The hem, the shape, the 3/4 SLEEVES, for Pete’s sake.  No one should ever wear this.

  • Judy_S

    Crazy! wonderful! Thank you, Tilda & TLo!

  • judybrowni

    Cool, except that the egg jumpsuit ate her feet.

  • RocknLox

    The only person who can pull off an adult onesie. 

  • guest2visits

    I get the sculptural drama; but it’s not my favorite Tilda. Too much like an airline hostess.

  • http://profiles.google.com/dorothymichael Dorothy & Michael n/a

    Where are they hiding the lil’ fan that keeps that thing inflated at just the right level?

  • MoHub

    Thank you, T-Lo! I needed some SWINTON today

  • marilyn

    Tilda needs a different hair color-like red, more eyebrows and some color.

  • Kolo_Ol

    nope, she still looks ridiculous!

  • Judih1

    Those pants need hemming so we can see her shoes. So this is an OUT for me (I know you didn’t put it out for vote)

  • BigShamu

    How the heck does one go to the bathroom in this outfit?

    • http://twitter.com/cornekopia Shawn EH

      Only humans need worry about such things!

    • Sweetpea176

      She’s got plenty of room for “protective undergarments.”

  • Ogden1990

    She’s going to break open and Lady Gaga is going to pop out.

  • ThaliaMenninger

    Is that David Byrne? No?

  • Sophie Collier

    What did we do before Tilda?  LOVE her.

  • bitterk

    Not even Tilda can pull this look off

  • 3rdsister

    She played John Malkovich’s wife — the one who was having an affair with Clooney and cleaned out husband’s bank account.

  • Susan Crawford

    Yes, only Tilda could manage to pull off this look without looking totally insane. My Goddess! My rigorous, edited, avant garde, dernier cri Goddess. And only a simple black watchband for accessories? Only Tilda.

    Amazing.

  • PeaceBang

    I was Swinton Swooning until I got to the hem. Then I turned icily on my heel and slammed out of the room. 

  • http://twitter.com/#!/Space_Kitty Space Kitty

    That’s some epic next-level shit right there. 

  • TieDye64

    Alienesque eleganza!

  • http://howtofaint.tumblr.com/ How to Faint

    What’s with the name tag-like pin? WTF, Time?

  • formerlyAnon

    amazing. But needs 1/2″ less length in the legs.

  • Kristy Evans

    Amaze. I wish you could see her feet, though. 

  • nancylee61

    She looks too sweaty. I like that she is herself, unapologetically, but she looks like she is going to fade away here, in a pool of sweat.

  • golspie

    Only she could pull it off. And by ‘she’, I mean an albino Ganglion from the Planet Bowie.

  • librarygrrl64

    I love me some Tilda, but….no.

  • http://twitter.com/moodring54 Rachel

    She’s got an assistant with a portable steamer trailing after her or she walked there, because there is not a wrinkle to be found. A plus, Tilda! May other stars follow your immaculate example.

  • malvernite

    tilda looks like a belgian endive.

  • PrunellaV

    I wish I had the courage to own my homeliness the way she does hers.