Love this obligatory hairstyle for boys from the Chinese Qing Dynasty the ‘queue’ or ‘cue’: shaved from the front, endless braid from the back.
Before the Qing Dynasty, men didn’t cut their hair and wore it tied up in a knot, believing:
We are given our body, skin and hair from our parents; which we ought not to damage. This idea is the quintessence of filial duty.
The queue came in from Manchuria (now Northeast China) in the 17th century and the look was violently, and stylishly, imposed until the Cantonese revolution in 1911, signifying the Ming Chinese submission to Qing rule.
Are two bunnies videos in a row overkill?
bunny stampede on rabbit island in Japan - no.1 holiday destination.
Ōkunoshima island was used as a poison gas factory during WWII and in a twist of fate is now a haven for cuddly bunnies who overrun the formerly gruesome place with adorableness.
1970s California dreamin’
RIP Alexander McQueen, who died on this day 4 years ago.
Love this cheeky snap of him as a bunny, 2009.