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To fill the Edwardian hole in your heart, we recommend a browse through the New York Public Library's catalogue of early 20th century women's fashion plates.
Tim Fenby has an ability to capture those little moments in life that pass most others by.
From road trips down dusty highways to snaps of her neighbourhood's local colourful personalities, we wish we could see the world through Briony Ridley's eyes.
Some days all you want to do is find a cabin in the woods surrounded by pink flowers and never leave.
Today's European photography swoonfest is sponsored by the letter Oooooo, cobblestone laneways, Vespas and strawberry gelati.
With spring only sixteen sleeps away (seriously, we just counted), it's not too long until we can wear flowers in our hair, just like in Kat Borchart's photoshoot.
This super-smart photography blog compares the two European rivals to determine who really has that je ne sais quoi.
Children in the Netherlands are apparently born with an inbuilt aperture setting and a keen eye for light and framing.
Nadia Sablin's Russian photo-story in issue 44 was one of our favourites last year, so we were thrilled when she sent us some snaps of her aunts enjoying their portraits in our pages.
Wai Lin Tse splits her time between Stockholm and Barcelona and has a magical ability to capture the mood of wherever she may be.
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