If you go away on this summer day
Then you might as well take the sun away
All the birds that flew in the summer sky
When our love was new and our hearts were high
When the day was young and the night was long
And the moon stood still for the night bird’s song

If you go away, if you go away, if you go away

But if you stay, I’ll make you a day
Like no day has been or will be again
We’ll sail on the sun, we’ll ride on the rain
We’ll talk to the trees and worship the wind
Then if you go, I’ll understand
Leave me just enough love to hold in my hand

If you go away, if you go away, if you go away

But if you stay, I’ll make you a night
Like no night has been or will be again
I’ll sail on your smile, I’ll ride on your touch
I’ll talk to your eyes, that I love so much
Then if you go, I’ll understand
Leave me just enough love to hold in my hand

If you go away, if you go away, if you go away

If you go away, as I know you must
There’ll be nothing left in this world to trust
Just an empty room, full of empty space
Like the empty look I see on your face
Oh, I’d have been the shadow of your shadow
If it might have kept me by your side

If you go away, if you go away, if you go away

Please don’t go away.

Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent. AW14 collection = Perfection.

"Romantic love can be dangerous. Look at Romeo and Juliet. It was originally written as a cautionary tale: When kids fall in love, it can end tragically. It’s about kids who are experiencing love hormonally for the first time. You throw in a generational conflict and everybody’s walking around with swords, it’s inevitable that you’ll end up with dead children. People invade countries over love. Despots—Alexander the Great, Napoleon—rampaged throughout the world because the more love they got, the less they felt they had. If you think of the great love stories—Casablanca, Gone with the Wind, Gatsby—none of them end with the boy and girl kissing and riding off into the sunset. They all share a fundamental impossibility. It can never be, but wasn’t it grand to experience? Because the one thing about intense romantic love is, good or bad, you feel very, very alive."
—Luhrmann is a film director.

"Romantic love can be dangerous. Look at Romeo and Juliet. It was originally written as a cautionary tale: When kids fall in love, it can end tragically. It’s about kids who are experiencing love hormonally for the first time. You throw in a generational conflict and everybody’s walking around with swords, it’s inevitable that you’ll end up with dead children. People invade countries over love. Despots—Alexander the Great, Napoleon—rampaged throughout the world because the more love they got, the less they felt they had. If you think of the great love stories—Casablanca, Gone with the Wind, Gatsby—none of them end with the boy and girl kissing and riding off into the sunset. They all share a fundamental impossibility. It can never be, but wasn’t it grand to experience? Because the one thing about intense romantic love is, good or bad, you feel very, very alive."
—Luhrmann is a film director.

What an incredible SS14 Collection by @Burberry. Can it be spring yet?

Giambattista Valli Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2012

Giambattista Valli Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2012

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