Irene adler

Irene Adler: The modern businesswoman || good lord, I have never heard these words, but they stir something deep in my soul.

Excuse the swearing. Very interesting. This is why Irene is also my favourite female character.<<<<amazing quotes and advice

These paintings are amazing! As a Sherlock fan, I absolutely loved them. This one is of Irene Adler.

Stunning portrait of Lara Pulver as "Irene Adler" from the BBC series "Sherlock" — Irene Adler - painting by on deviantART

Feeling blue: Rachel started the day in a luxurious velvet coat, before revealing her corseted dress

Who's that man? Robert Downey Jr. goes undercover as a Chinese beggar as he shoots new Sherlock Holmes scenes

Irene Adler (Rachel Mcadams)/ Sherlock Holmes/ Costume design by Jenny Beavan

Gosh, even the women in Britain have glorious cheekbones. <--- I don't think this person knows.

Gosh, even the women in Britain have glorious cheekbones. Irene Adler aka The…

Irene Adler by KuroPexi.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Am I the only one who wants this to be the first text Sherlock sends John in Season

The Woman. DON'T EVEN TOUCH ME, HER CAMEO IN THE SIGN OF THREE MADE ME CURL UP IN A BALL AND CRY. SO DON'T TOUCH ME

Irene Adler - The Woman. Oh, how I love her. I so wanna do a boudoir shoot in her style. << lol yes

Irene Adler is so wise. She's the ideal woman, I think. Smart, resourceful, motivated, and beautiful.

Sherlock BBC: "Do you know the big problem with a disguise, Mr. However hard you try, it's always a self-portrait.

From the "Sherlock Holmes" movie -- Rachel started the day in a luxurious velvet coat, before revealing her corseted dress

Who's that man? Robert Downey Jr. goes undercover as a Chinese beggar as he shoots new Sherlock Holmes scenes

From the "Sherlock Holmes" movie -- Rachel McAdams (Irene Adler) started the day in a luxurious velvet coat, before revealing her corseted dress.

To him, she eclipsed and predominated the whole of her gender. To Sherlock Holmes, she was always the woman.

"To him, she eclipsed and predominated the whole of her gender. To Sherlock Holmes, she was always The Woman." --A Scandal in Bohemia, by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

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