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Anonymous asked: You're absolutely BEAUTIFUL in every single way, INSIDE and OUT! <3 :)

Hah, you don’t know me… but thanks for being nice.

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"I don’t know what killed her… but I know that there was sadness. There was something that was eating her inside always. And that one thing maybe took different form. It was a certain emptiness at first and then the emptiness turned into the addiction and then the addiction cured and it became a disease. So there was something inside there that was stronger than all of the rest and that somehow was eating her" - Diane Von Fürstenberg

Gia Marie Carangi (January 29, 1960 - November 18, 1986)

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"Sex was really easy. There was sex everywhere. It didn’t really mean too much. Love, love was the hard thing to find. Even if you were looking for it, which not too many people were. And even if you found it, which not too many people did, even if it was right there in front of you"

- Gia (via indiepsychedelic)

Gia Carangi, Sandy Linter, Patty Hansen, Julie Foster by Michael Tighe for Interview Magazine, feb. 1980. (→ x)

“Her problem was that she was so sensitive. That hard core exterior was a cover for her vulnerability.” “She loved the camera as much as it loved her.”
— Maurice Tannenbaum

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This is an unseen courtesy of Renato Grignaschi  1980 Italian Vogue Gia on set fooling around out take Photographer Renato Grignaschi


Had Gia somehow managed to live, where would she be today?

She thought she would be an actress or a photographer, with a career likely interrupted by kids, which she very much wanted. She also wanted to be able to be a lesbian and be married, and I think she’d be delighted to see that is more possible today than it was in 1986.

- Stephen Fried, author of Thing of Beauty: The Tragedy of Supermodel Gia.