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  • Martin Margiela: In His Own Words

    Martin Margiela: In His Own Words

    what martin margiela showed on the runway in the late eighties into the early aughts established a grammar– an aesthetic and affect–of what we consider to be luxurious and cool right this second. and i do mean right this second! these things change quickly lol

    coming out of the glamour and excess of eighties fashion (bright colors, cinched waists, supermodels, label worship) margiela darkened the colors, lengthened and loosened the silhouette, casted randoms off the street, and established a strict code…

  • France

    France

    i wasn't going to review this because it felt like there was too much to say, but weeks later i'm still ranting and raving about–yeah–my fav of the year

    like lol i was powerless to resist: a french arthouse film about a punishingly beautiful female celebrity named "france." she has white skin and blue eyes; she favors blood red lipstick

    'france' devotes thousands of seconds to closeups of france's face: trembling to contorted, crying or trying not to. 'france' shrieks…

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  • The Lighthouse

    The Lighthouse

    not a cell phone in sight. just guys being dudes

  • Licorice Pizza

    Licorice Pizza

    when i lived in la i was in my mid-twenties, like alana. i had ceased to be what i was and had yet to become what i thought i ought to be. i hopped off the plane at lax with a dream and a basic understanding of the city's topography acquired from playing grand theft auto: san andreas, which takes place in a digital replica of la. the city unfurled around me like a treasure map: a mission-based game to…