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gilles bourdos' renoir

Sometimes I see things in the news and think, "have I been living under a rock?!" This, of course, is exactly what I thought when I saw the trailor for Gilles Bourdos' new movie, Renoir. You see, my favorite movies place heavy importance on beautiful visuals... they're the kind of films that one can drink like soup (is it horrible that I could care less about the plot?). Thus, it's always a wonderful occasion when I come across a film that is both beautiful and interesting. Renoir is right up my alley and I can't wait to see it. I'm sure you feel the same :) 


channeling grace...

By now, we've all seen these images. But still, that's not enough to stop me from gushing about Ms. Diane Kruger's choice of dress at the Cannes Film Festival premiere of Moonrise Kingdom. The frothy pale blue frock against the red carpet was such a lovely contrast (and made for the most beautiful photos). Ms. Kruger's gown reminds me so of Grace Kelly's 1955 Academy Awards ensemble, don't you agree? I'm a big fan :)  


brigitte lacombe

Macau trực tuyến BaccaratBrigitte Lacombe is a French photographer who takes incredible behind-the-scenes shots of large Hollywood productions, among other things (lucky girl!). I discovered her breathtaking body of work after coming across a few of her photos of Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe. Above, we have images from her “film sets” portfolio (which can be viewed in its entirety on her website), including scenes from Revolutionary Road, Nine, Coco Before Chanel, Inglorious Bastards, and The Iron Lady. How talented is she? 


zines by sarah leora

Sarah Leora is a budding East Hampton-based fashion designer whom I discovered last night on tumblr. She also happens to make rad zines based on her favorite movies and persons of interest. Oh, and did I mention that she’s still in high school?! When I emailed Sarah last night to gush about how much I adored her drawings, she asked if I had any suggestions as to what movie/person her next zine should depict. My initial thoughts were Roman Holiday and Annie Hall, but I know you all can come up with something way more creative. What do you think? (PS! Images top to bottom: Breakfast at Tiffany's, a tribute to Sofia Coppola's Miss Dior Cherie campaign, the chronicles of Margot TenenbaumCarrie Bradshaw in the city). 


think pink!

"Banish black! Down to the kitchen sink, 
think pink!"

-Kay Thompson, Funny Face