“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” George Eliot (the pen name of Mary Anne Evans), English writer and novelist.
Image: photo Charlotte Wales for M Magazine, November 2017.
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ZANZAN Eyewear is designed in London and handmade in Northern Italy, and founded by eyewear lovers Megan Trimble and Gareth Townshend whose focus is on making sure the wearer has “the feeling of wearing something really special every time they wear their ZANZANs”.
Image via: @zanzaneyewear on Instagram (my favourite Instagram Account right now!).
Juliette Lewis stars in the Acne Studios Spring/Summer 2018 Campaign.
Bingeing on sex, drugs and the Rajneeshi disco / soap opera that is Wild Wild Country, a Netflix documentary series created and directed by Chapman and Maclain Way and from executive producers Mark and Jay Duplass.
So Jennifer Lawrence claims she only “got through about three minutes” of Phantom Thread. “I put in a good solid three. I’m sorry to anybody who loved that movie. I couldn’t give that kind of time. It was three minutes and I was just [oof]”.
This isn’t gossip, and it is no exaggeration as I actually heard her say this to Marc Maron in his WTF Podcast. I finally got to see Phantom Thread on the big screen last night and thinking about it today, as most people do when they see a film that moves and stays with them, I now feel compelled to respond to Ms Lawrence’s claims.
a) I got through all two hours and ten minutes of Phantom Thread, loving every word, performance, the costumes, the cinematography, the sublime music and yes that juicy plot line that no-one is talking about; and
b) I wish I’d turned “Mother!” off after three minutes. I’m sorry to anybody who loved that movie. I wasted my time. Yes if I’d been smart enough it would have been three minutes and I would have just been [oof].
Phantom Thread 2017, directed and written by Paul Thomas Anderson, starring Vicky Krieps, Daniel Day-Lewis and Lesley Manville.
Main image: Vicky Krieps. Image below: Daniel Day-Lewis and Vicky Krieps in Phantom Thread
1932 is known to have been an intensely creative period for Pablo Picasso and is the focus of his first ever solo exhibition at Tate Modern. With more than 100 paintings, sculptures and drawings it also features family photographs, providing a rare glimpse into Picasso’s personal life.
The EY Exhibition: Picasso 1932 – Love, Fame Tragedy at Tate Modern Until 9 September 2018.
Main image: Pablo Picasso The Dream (Le Rêve) 1932, Private Collection © Succession Picasso/DACS, London 2018
Olympia Zagnoli describes herself as a creative who drives a Vespa, wears stripes, has large round glasses, listens to T. Rex., and “draws like an ambidextrous octopus”. Her colourful, charming and funny creations have featured in the New York Times, The New Yorker, Apartamento Magazine and The Guggenheim Museum and she has recently designed a number of graphics for Prada Spring Summer 2018. Her website is also really, really great.
Visit (you won’t regret it): olimpiazagnoli.com
All images via: @olimpiazagnoli on Instagram
With notes of Neroli, Petitgrain, Tobacco Flower, Cedarwood, dry Amber and dark Musks I think I would benefit from a bit of Psychoanalysis by Bella Freud.
Put on your dancing shoes with Sézane’s High Suzanne Salomes. Also available in gold.
Gucci pays tribute to Sir Elton John, featuring the record cover of his single ‘Levon’ on Tote Bags, a Sweatshirt and a T-shirt.
Why wear your heart on your sleeve when you can wear it on your bag? The Marni Mrs Midi bag.
A playlist suitable both on and off the Roller Rink, just like these Veja X Flaneurz Roller Skate Sneakers which pop off their wheels when you’ve completed that last lap and it’s time to go home.
Image: Photo by @blobbybloherty on Instagram
Hung Up – Madonna
Behind The Wheel – Depeche Mode
Maniac – Michael Sembello
Zero – Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Kids In America – Kim Wilde
Let’s Go – The Cars
I Won’t Kneel – Groove Armada
Stand Back – Stevie Nicks
Radio Ga Ga – Queen
Danger Zone – Gwen Stefani
My Favourite Game – The Cardigans
Love Don’t Love Here – Ladyhawke
It’s My Life – No Doubt
1901 – Phoenix
Dancing On My Own – Robyn
I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do) – Daryl Hall & John Oates
Rapture – Blondie
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“It’s a dreamlike place, especially late at night when it starts to empty out or first thing in the morning. Escalators and corridors go on forever. It feels like being on a giant cruise ship in the middle of Manhattan.”
An encounter between two strangers in an empty Manhattan movie theatre, a short film by New York-based director Yoonha Park, starring American Ballet Theatre principal dancers Isabella Boylston and James Whiteside.
Music by American singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens and choreography by Justin Peck.