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Here is a tribute to our favorite e.e. esq. Put on your prettypants; it’s gonna be a long one!

It all started two and a half years ago, when I took forty pictures of e.e. for the good of mankind. This was one of them.

Then she came to New York, and other things happened.

Good luck at law school, come back soon, and remember: NO DISPOSABLE CAMERAS. You’re prettier than that.

I’m in love with the images I’ve seen from Catherine Opie’s exhibit at the Guggenheim: Catherine Opie, American Photographer.  She is, indeed, an American photographer whose portraits focus on urban as well as queer communities and people.  Below, Oliver in a Tutu (those colors!  that crown!)

{via The Huntington Library}

Reminds me of these outfits from Crew Cuts, J. Crew’s mini-prep line:

{via Oh Joy!}

Want want want…in just slightly larger sizes, please!  Ties, tutus, little white shirts, slightly ruffled…kids these days, they really have the best options.

And then, back to Catherine Opie, her portrait Justin Bond (hair, scarf, background…perfect)

{via the Guggenheim}

Colors, colors, colors!