Magic in the Moonlight – Emma Stone Thoughts Behind the Wardrobe Italian costume designer Sonia Grande has worked on over 40 films, a handful of which were Woody Allen’s. Therefore, the two had an existing relationship prior to their collaboration on Magic in the Moonlight. Making it easy for Sonia to develop and pitch her ideas for the characters wardrobes… Read More Behind the Wardrobe: Magic in the Moonlight
In Search of Feeling Sitting in a quaint seaside town for what feels like forever a couple pose next to each other while completely alone inside themselves. Creating a level of glamour that if viewed only at surface level can appear vapid and self-indulgent. However upon continued observation it is clear that the self-serving behaviors of main characters,… Read More In Search of Feeling
A couple of videos I made with Mora Mitchell on our youtube channel TreMora. These videos are about experimentation, expression & poetry. Déjà Vu Poem: Déjà Vu by Lang Leav An expression of friendship. As well as an opportunity for us to experiment with candle light. The Forest Poems: Butterfly by Dean Jackson “What good are wings..”… Read More A Poetic Take (31/32)
Sharing this little animated short The Present because its message is heart-warming and it made my day the first time I seen it 🙂 ! The creator Jacob Frey deserves every bit of recognition he has received for this piece. Truly Inspired.
Used in many films to add intensity to a scene whether it be drama or romance. Rain has the ability to stir up emotions in us. Whether it be through the soothing sound of water hitting the ground or the ferocity of crashing thunder. It disrupts the quiet that would otherwise be and makes us feel something new. I… Read More The Emotional Effects of Rain (26/32)
Below is a list of all of the films I believe any fashion loving person should consume. 1-12 are movies I have watched, studied and loved in order from most watched/influential to me to lesser so but still very much inspiring. The additional 5 documentaries are ones I have yet to see but plan on bingeing on in… Read More Movies for the Fashion Brained (22/32)
Film and television have always been a huge part of my life. Not because I am a couch potato although I have been known to stay in bed for days bingeing on a series only to emerge for a caffeine fix. More so, because being a creative person I have looked to this medium as a huge form… Read More My Relationship with Film (14/32)
One of my favorite films of 2015 & currently streaming on Netflix I believe I first heard of #Horror from an article I read on vogue.com. The director being Tara Subkoff a designer/actress and fashion icon Cloe Slovgn playing the role of chaperone(who btw debuted in Kids/and has collaborated with a number of designers including Tara Subkoff) I was instantly excited. I waited… Read More #Horror, I Love You (12/32)
Last week me and my boyfriend indulged in The Notebook. A hugely popular heart wrenching romance that takes place in the 1940’s.
Both of us had seen the film many times before but it had been at least a couple of years since I had last sat down and watched the whole thing from start to finish. Why? I have no idea because literally I could not shut up the entire movie, loving every single thing costume designer, Karyn Wagner… Read More “If your a bird, I’m a bird.” -My Notebook Love Story
Funny Girl 1968 The costumes are amazing from beginning to end. Starring one of my absolute favorites the always inspiring Barbra Streisand, this film is about a determined young women who is incredibly strong, independent and ahead of her time. It’s a serious film that will make you die laughing and moments later cry your… Read More “I’m a bagel on a plate full of onion rolls!”