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Film Spotlight: Hitchcock's Marnie

What’s so great about Marnie? After all, many disliked the film when it was first released in 1964. Hitchcock had just completed The Birds and couldn’t sign on Grace Kelly, Princess of Monaco, so he offered the complicated role to Tippi Hedron and she accepted–it was her finest role. 594 more words


60º Aniversario del estreno de Sabrina (Billy Wilder, 1954)

Sabrina cuenta la historia de la hija del chófer de los Larrabee, que vive enamorada del hijo díscolo de la familia rica a la que sirve su padre, sin perder la esperanza de algún día pertenecer a ella por derecho propio. 767 more words


What to Wear to Work - Dressing While Butch

After five months of slumming I laid out work clothes. I want to feel comfortable going back to the office. I tried on a few permutations of jeans, button down shirts, and sweaters in front of the full length mirror with the lights on. 638 more words


Words Of Fashion.

Fashion is as old as the human race itself. The first known humans to make clothing, Neanderthal man, survived from about 200,000 B.C.E. to about 30,000 B.C.E… 320 more words


You can have anything you want if you dress for it.”
-Edith Head


Magic and Camouflage

Dress transforms. Fashion does so in a heartbeat and on a short-term basis, Costume, with its association with slow-wear, gives the impression of a more enduring, deep change, one where the fibres of dress stir the fibres of being. 136 more words