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Victoria Justice Photos Photos: Victoria Justice Films 'Eye Candy'

Victoria Justice - Victoria Justice Films 'Eye Candy'

Victoria Justice Photos Photos: Victoria Justice Films 'Eye Candy'

Nick Bateman Actor, Model, Men's Fashion,  Underwear, Swimwear, Shirtless, Muscle, Beard, Dog, Eye Candy, Handsome, Good Looking, Pretty, Beautiful, Sexy ニック・ベイトマン 俳優 男性モデル メンズファッション アンダーウェア 下着 スイムウェア 水着 犬

Nick Bateman Actor, Model, Men's Fashion, Underwear, Swimwear, Shirtless, Muscle, Beard, Dog, Eye Candy, Handsome, Good Looking, Pretty, Beautiful, Sexy ニック・ベイトマン 俳優 男性モデル メンズファッション アンダーウェア 下着 スイムウェア 水着 犬

"Read D for how I'm doing:)" by livnewell ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Frame Denim, Kain, Eye Candy, J.Crew, Michael Kors, Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, Bourbon and Boweties and Tiffany & Co.

Take a look at 11 cute summer outfit with gold sandals in the photos below and get ideas for your own amazing and comfortable summer outfits! “Read D for how I’m doing:)” by livnewell featuring Frame Denim, Kain, Eye Candy,… Continue Reading →

David Entinghe, Men's Fashion, Style, Clothing, Male Model, Good Looking, Beautiful Man, Guy, Dude, Handsome, Hot, Eye Candy, Shirtless メンズファッション 男性モデル

David Entinghe, Men's Fashion, Style, Clothing, Male Model, Good Looking, Beautiful Man, Guy, Dude, Handsome, Hot, Eye Candy, Shirtless メンズファッション 男性モデル

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"Jewelry" by doris-sabatini on Polyvore featuring moda, The Row, Eye Candy, River Island, Steve Madden, Ray-Ban, Dolce&Gabbana, Casio y MAC Cosmetics

"Jewelry" by doris-sabatini on Polyvore featuring moda, The Row, Eye Candy, River Island, Steve Madden, Ray-Ban, Dolce&Gabbana, Casio y MAC Cosmetics

David Gandy for Masssimo Dutti

David Gandy Strikes a Pose for Massimo Dutti's February 2013 Lookbook

In the late 18th and early 19th centuries, miniature eye portraits were all the rage. This was after the late 17th century rage for miniature portraits of any kind. They were painted most often using watercolor or gouache, on a substrate of ivory or parchment, then set into a bit of jewelry- a pin or pendant.  In Victorian times the eye portrait was often a piece of mourning jewelry, but the origin of this form was as a token of love.

Lover's Eye brooches - mourning or love token - early I adore mourning jewelry

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