2020 Cannes Film Festival What Could Have Been Wish List: “Summerland”

Olivier Award-winning playwright has long plotted her jump to feature film making: in 2012, she won the BAFTA JJ Screenwriting Bursary, which she then spent on writing the original script for what would become her feature directorial debut. Starring Gemma Arterton as a reclusive writer, the film is set during World War II and finds […]

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2020 Cannes Film Festival What Could Have Been Wish List: “Mandibules”

The prankish sensibilities of French filmmaker Quentin Dupieux have screened several times over the years in Cannes proving that he has no shortage of outrageous ideas, and the wherewithal to pull them off. Cannes would have been a natural platform for his latest bizarre cinematic adventure Mandibules, which has the sort of ludicrous premise that […]

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63 Looks From Spring 2020 Couture I Want To See On The Red Carpet

I started off Paris Haute Couture Spring 2020 Fashion Week with the intention of having a post the next morning of the favorite looks I had seen the day before with who I most want to see wearing those looks. Well life got in the way. Tuesday night I saw Celine Dion and slept as […]

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Favorite Looks From Paris Haute Couture Spring 2020 Day 1

The couture shows kicked off in Paris yesterday and I was awake at 4am Eastern Standard Time to watch the first show of the week: Schiaparelli. I was enamored with the show and honestly not as impressed with the looks from the rest of the day. There are definitely stand out looks from each of […]

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A New Day of Glamour: Elie Saab Fall 2018 Couture

Over the last several seasons I have been craving something new from Elie Saab. His spring collections have been light and gold and his fall collections have been dark and full of velvet. I wanted to see him take a risk. Back when I first fell in love with fashion and Elie Saab’s designs he […]

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The Feminine Heart of Paris: Alexis Mabille Fall 2018 Couture

Every season I get the Alexis Mabille Couture press kit, in addition to many others, and I always love how simple his press kits are. There is usually just a short poem that depicts the inspiration of the collection and a list of each look and the details. This season the inspiration was summed up […]

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From Caraman to Moon River: A Touching Modern Tribute to Hubert de Givenchy

In fashion there are very few somber moments. The death of the late and great Hubert de Givenchy earlier this year was one of them. He died just after the 2018 Academy Awards and I hope he died knowing that his namesake house is in good hands. Last night in Paris Clare Waight Keller presented […]

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