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womensweardaily:

“Several people in the industry had contracted AIDS, and few were doing anything about it,” recalls Frank Toskan, who cofounded MAC Cosmetics with Frank Angelo. “We couldn’t turn our head away from it. It was right in front of us.”

The pair brainstormed how to raise funds to fight the disease, and turned to their bestselling item — lipstick — for the answer. Thus was born Viva Glam. Every cent of the $14.50 selling price is donated to the MAC Aids Fund, which serves people affected by HIV and AIDS; today, the franchise consists of 10 products.  Subscription Required For More

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theladymisskier:

Mac..yes..The Mac…. and me..1990…he released an orange lipstick named “De-Groovy”  or something like that.  travelback tuesday
https://soundcloud.com/lady-miss-kier

theladymisskier:

Mac..yes..The Mac…. and me..1990…he released an orange lipstick named “De-Groovy”  or something like that.  travelback tuesday

https://soundcloud.com/lady-miss-kier

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theladymisskier:

buzz buzz buzz…blue honeycomb from the bees….reminds me of Dr. Octagon’s ‘blue flowers” 1995 viva kool keith -lady kier
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9VYzNUXGDA&list=RDV9VYzNUXGDA

perlywerly:

Oh honey, why so blue? French beehives take a mysterious colorful turn
(Photo: Vincent Kessler / Reuters)
Reuters — Bees at a cluster of apiaries in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M’s candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause.
Read the complete story.

theladymisskier:

buzz buzz buzz…blue honeycomb from the bees….reminds me of Dr. Octagon’s ‘blue flowers” 1995 viva kool keith -lady kier

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9VYzNUXGDA&list=RDV9VYzNUXGDA

perlywerly:

Oh honey, why so blue? French beehives take a mysterious colorful turn

(Photo: Vincent Kessler / Reuters)

Reuters — Bees at a cluster of apiaries in northeastern France have been producing honey in mysterious shades of blue and green, alarming their keepers who now believe residue from containers of M&M’s candy processed at a nearby biogas plant is the cause.

Read the complete story.

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130186:

A.F. Vandevorst S/S 2013

130186:

A.F. Vandevorst S/S 2013

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