Filed under: Film, On TT's Radar | Tags: documentary, drew barrymore, edie bouvier beale, grey gardens, hbo, jackie o
While I’m a little wary of Drew Barrymore doing an affected east coast accent, I have to admit I’m pretty excited for HBO’s new Grey Gardens movie. If you’ve ever seen the original documentary (poster above) then you know how fascinating Edie Bouvier Beale, the eccentric hermit cousin of Jackie O, truly was.
This film mainly focuses on the life of Edie before the documentary that catapulted her and her mother to cult status. Can’t wait.
It premieres Saturday, April 18. See the trailer below.
Filed under: Fashion News, Music | Tags: kitsune, pheonix, saturday night live, tabloid series, tourdates, tracklist
Super hot french label Kitsune is releasing a new compilation in their Tabloid series. They asked the band Phoenix to pick a series of songs that influenced and changed their lives over the years, and the bands picks are eclectic and range in style and genre.
Check out the tracklisting below and look out for the amazing new Phoenix album Wolfgang Amadues Phoenix,which is out May 25th. The band is currently setting up details on a US tour but will be playing Saturday Night Live as the musical guest on April 4th.
Tour dates after the cut.
Filed under: Music | Tags: department of eagles, in ear park, marcel dzama, moma, museum of modern art, new video, new york, no one does it like you, patrick daughters
We picked Department of Eagles album In Ear Park as one of our favorite records of 2008 and now they finally have a video. The video is for “No One Does it Like You,” which premiered at
New York’s Musuem of Modern Art.
The video was directed by Marcel Dzama and Patrick Daughters. The video is war themed
with dancing masked female soldiers, ghosts, severed limbs and blood.
Filed under: Uncategorized
Chambray Tennis Dresses by Built by Wendy
I like denim for spring, so I’ve been looking around to find good denim (chambray in some cases) stuff for the season. I thought I’d share the fruits of my research with you all. See all the picks after the cut.
Filed under: Film | Tags: spike jonze, trailer, where the wild things are
October 16th can’t come fast enough–that’s the release date for the Spike Jonze-directed Where the Wild Things Are. If trailers are to be believed, this film looks pretty freaking amazing. Check it out.
Filed under: Art Scene, Events | Tags: brooklyn, mark borthwick, not in fashion, party, polaroids, signing, the journal gallery
Mark Borthwick has released a book of over 200 images of his best fashion editorials. The book will also include portions from his journals and feature polaroids, sketches and notes as well as journal entries. This retrospective of his career is called “Not in Fashion” and is currently available for purchase.
Borthwick’s work has appeared in Vogue, Purple, i-D and Interview among others. There will be a book signing this Thursday, March 26th, at The Journal Gallery in Brooklyn on from 6-9pm.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: donna sgro, fall 09, images, japan fashion week, photos, rohit bal, Sachio Kawasaki, trends, yuma koshini
Japan Fashion Week is underway, and it’s what you’d expect for the most part–lots of color, texture, pattern and high drama. Much like the other fashion we’ve seen this season, there is a definite intensity of volume in these collections.
Here are the highlights:
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