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La Notte (1961) Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni Easy to parody, impossible to replicate, what Andrew Sarris called “Antoniennui”—glamorous European movie stars composed in tableaux in front of brutalist architecture, speaking past each other in existential aphorisms—can be embraced as a Marxist-influence tract on the alienation of contemporary life or snorted at as chic pretention, equal and opposite visceral reactions to ambitious modern aesthetics which in either case and for better and worse say more about...
My fiancée and I were sitting in our living room one stuffy evening not too long ago, talking about her wedding dress. Out of some combination of tradition, laziness, and superstition, I’ve chosen not to see it before the wedding. Still, I’ve heard all about shopping for it, trying it on, and getting it fitted. I may not know how it looks, but I’ve had dreams about it. I guess we talk about it a...
Jeffrey Campbell makes a heck of a shoe. If you're a woman and don't know the label, I urge you, get to know the label (and I am no urger). His designs achieve that desirable but almost nonexistent mix of feminine, meets classy, meets tomboy, meets comfortable. It is the shoe you never want to take off your foot that goes with everything you own and looks ever so slightly other. His heel heights are...