Got some more rolls of my film developed! This weeks personal photo diary takes you behind scenes of my PETA shoot, on set for magazine ahoots, camping in the country and relaxing around the city with freinds! LAST WEEKS PERSONAL FILM DIARY
I have a soft spot for 80’s films as you can probably guess…so for this week’s Fashion in Film segment, I chose the amazingly awesome 1986 movie Modern Girls. The story revolves around three girls (Margo, Kelly, and Cece) enjoying the vibrant and decadent nightlife of the 80s. The gals have three things in common:… More »
So I finally saw Moonrise Kingdom and it was all the super cutes, aesthetically pleasing, Wes Anderson goodness that I expected. The story was charming and heart-wrenching, the acting was incredible, but what really got me was the styling. The film is set in the 60s, and everything from the clean-scrubbed scouts uniforms (those raccoon… More »
For today’s Fashion in Film segment, I’d like to discuss the movie Daisies. It’s a 1966 Czech film that is considered a milestone in modern surrealist cinema (and also happens to be in my top 5 of favorites)! It follows two teenage girls who engage in strange pranks as acts of rebellion against the world… More »
I always carry my pocket film camera to capture my day to day activities! I got the last few weeks developed! Follow me on my camping trip, NYC, behind the scenes on magazine editorials, and much more!
With prom season in the midst, I’d like to appropriately discuss the film Pretty in Pink…I mean, Molly Ringwald’s pink prom dress is iconic! The movie tells the story of a poor girl (Andi played by Ringwald) who must choose between the love of her childhood sweetheart and a rich playboy.This Brat Pack favorite helped… More »
Ever since Effie Trinkett showed us that a regular human fleshtone and natural hair color are boring, we are left needing options to make our faces a little more super.
Sofia Coppola’s film, Marie Antoinette (starring Kristen Dunst), is definitely one of the prettiest movies I have ever seen. The pastel hues, floral patterns, costumes, and sets make this movie such a treat for the eyes (it has a very dreamy, whimsical feel)! This movie portrays the rich life of one of France’s most fascinating… More »
Bill: Oh, the Places You’ll Go at Burning Man! Based on Dr. Seuss’s final book before his death, this is a story about life’s ups and downs, told by the people of Burning Man 2011.
Welcome to the Dollhouse is a mid-90s dark, indie comedy by the amazing Todd Solondz starring Heather Matarazzo. Heather plays Dawn Weiners, an unattractive middle-schooler who struggles to cope with un-attentive parents, snobbish classmates, a smart older brother, an attractive younger sister, and her own insecurities. Everyone is mean to her, pretty much – her… More »
Tom: Blood Brother Trailer Blood Brother is the story of group of children infected with HIV and Rocky Braat, a disenchanted young American drifting through India. He wanted to save them all, but in reality he couldn’t cure even one of them. He had to stay. It’s a hard life. He faces opposition in many… More »
Clueless remains to be one of my favorite movies of all time. The fashion in this movie perfectly captures the look of the mid-90s. Remember that magnificent, massive, remote-controlled closet in Cher Horowitz’s closet? I mean, who didn’t envy Cher’s wardrobe? Her style is rich girl prep and she rocks patterned mini-skirts, knee high socks… More »
This week, I’d like to discuss the fabulous hippie inspired fashion from the movie Almost Famous. It tells the story of a teenage journalist who is given the chance to write a story for Rolling Stone Magazine while covering the rock band Stillwater (as he accompanies them on their concert tour). This film definitely has… More »
Hollywood has been making remakes out the wazoo, so here’s a list of the top 26 movies that should never be remade.
1. Pretty Women
2. Coming To America
3. Dirty Dancing ( Already
I’d like to introduce you all to my NEW FAVORITE MOVIE: Times Square! It’s a 1980 film starring Trini Alvarado, Robin Johnson, and Tim Curry (who I LOVE). The plot of the film essentially embodies a punk rock ethic – misunderstood youth forming a band and, through music, articulating their frustrations toward adult authority. So… More »
This week I’d like to discuss the fashion from one of my favorite classic films, What a Way to Go! The movie is a 1964 American comedy starring Shirley MacLaine and a string of men (Paul Newman, Dean Martin, Gene Kelly, Dick Van Dyke). This black comedy opens with Louisa Foster (played by MacLaine) donating… More »