Sailor Goon

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       Sad, contemplative, brilliant and cool, Kind of Blue would become Miles’ masterpiece and set the bar so high for jazz musicians that it made Miles more than just a jazz trumpeter; now he was legend. Up to this point Miles kept a smooth profile, outfitted himself in tailored suits and cutting a suave figure with close-cropped hair, his intense gaze and ubiquitous cigarette. But when the 60’s began Miles’ style would rapidly transform, starting with sunglasses that never came off, outlandish outfits that borrowed from the Haight-Ashbury and Paris fashion scenes, a carefully maintained Afro and the nerve to cruise Manhattan in his yellow Ferrari, often being pulled over by white cops who doubted a black man could own such a car without having done something illegal.

Style Icons: Miles Davis - Kind of Cool

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"I look at you, and I just love you, and it terrifies me. It terrifies me what I would do for you." — Alexandra Bracken, Never Fade (via larmoyante)
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frankoceanfanclub:

this is honestly like my favorite video/song/antyhing of all time

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