I finally got around to watching this and, of course, loved it. Whether or not you have an interest in fashion, photography, or trend forecasting, it’s enjoyable because of the underlying personal story. It paints a pretty poetic portrait of a man who lives according to his heart and for his art, taking pictures around New York, various fashion shows, and charity events, as a result of his immense appreciation for what people are wearing, yet oddly has no interest in dressing up like that himself. Highly recommended.
Fashion loves a revolution. It’s the allusions to upheaval and dynamic change that attract; the idea that, in one fell swoop, the world can be transformed. It’s Dior’s amnesiac, full-skirted New Look, Yves Saint Laurent’s ready-made Rive Gauches, Charles Frederick Worth’s chutzpah in daring to…
I guess Flavorwire (and by extension, Uproxx, which is the link they shared on their site) isn’t so up-to-date on lesbian dating applications, perhaps because they’re too busy with all those episode recaps of shows I don’t watch. Or perhaps because this is one of the few apps that seems to have garnered the most attention, potentially because of its implementation of Pinterest to provide additional information on its users.
Regardless, the name is right on the cusp of terrible and perfect. Supposedly it’s an amalgamation of date and catch, but I find it rather difficult to not associate the word and image above with the only slightly less wholesome “snatch”.
Serving face. Regardless of her claim that she’s a fashion model and that this trumps or at least should be taken into consideration when asked about Kimye’s appearance on the cover, US Vogue has been putting non-models on the cover for ages now. I guess she just didn’t want to say straight out that she thinks they’re trashy which is what all these people implied (and I would assume a lot of others agree).