No stranger to risks, Galindo's tinkering with ambitious prints and balance of architectural and freeform lines show that the 22-year fashion veteran is interested in nothing more than having fun with making a woman feel beautiful and free.
Ghost writing has become just another rite of passage for aspiring writers. And not just ghost-writing – plenty of now famous filmmakers were happy to remain anonymous for their early outputs…
Here are the actors whose failed attempts at New York and New Jersey accents will live on long after my tank tops have decomposed.
In The Merchant of Venice, Portia tries to save her father from the punishment of delivering a pound of his own flesh, and “the quality of mercy is not strain’d” is the moving speech she delivers in her father’s defense. In this week’s episode of Mad Men, Don is shown a certain quality of mercy, but it’s a murky one.
The best thing about Lena Dunham's Instagram is her penchant for posting outfit selfies. Journey with me as I offer my opinion on some of Lena’s most dynamic outfit selfies – as if we really were best friends, which maybe we will be someday (please God).
Ellen von Unwerth latest fashion film, Red Handcuffs, starring Remer, keeps in step with von Unwerth's signature style of apologetic, raw sexuality that bleeds through her photographic and cinematic lens from a carefully curated list of models and performers.
After his comment to a panicking Ginsberg this week — "You can’t put yourself in the right place at the right time. You gotta be in the right place all the time" — I've never been more convinced of the enigmatic Bob Benson's smoke monsteryness, given that the Smoke Monster was paragon of right place/time punctuality.
He might be a horrible, selfish, loveable, self-destructive man with a dark past but at least he listens to women. Don Draper hasn’t actually slept with as many women as I assumed he had — compared to the cast of Sex and the City he gets laid as often as Michael Bluth.
This week’s episode of Mad Men was all about pairs. In the office, there is still the polarizing pair of Ted and Don, and other pairs are everywhere – Roger’s grandson and his son, his daughter and his ex-lover, Peggy and Ted. And at home, we have Betty and Henry and Betty and Don.