TWEE AS PUNK

cehnit:

what kind of perfection is this picture

Waris Ahluwalia, Liya Kebede, and Haider Ackermann

cehnit:

what kind of perfection is this picture

Waris Ahluwalia, Liya Kebede, and Haider Ackermann

(via cesaire)

heidisaman:

"The critics and the public wanted the pathos of M. Hulot’s Holiday and Mon oncle. They got Playtime, a comedy entirely devoted to space, in which Tati, as Hulot, hovers at the periphery of his own creation and has the elegance, which very few comedians share, not to put the spotlight on his own mug. The public and the critics turned against Tati. They were of course wrong, and the film is one of those few that get better by the year. It’s a silent film with sound; its color scheme is in a narrow band between gray and blue that aggressively underscores the painterly logic of Tati’s conceit. The film gives itself the luxury to reinvent choreography and as such dazzles with the megalomania of its enterprise and the diabolical precision the filmmaker had to conjure up to pull it off.”
— Jean-Pierre Gorin on Tati’s Playtime 
Still from Playtime (1967, dir. Jacques Tati)

heidisaman:

"The critics and the public wanted the pathos of M. Hulot’s Holiday and Mon oncle. They got Playtime, a comedy entirely devoted to space, in which Tati, as Hulot, hovers at the periphery of his own creation and has the elegance, which very few comedians share, not to put the spotlight on his own mug. The public and the critics turned against Tati. They were of course wrong, and the film is one of those few that get better by the year. It’s a silent film with sound; its color scheme is in a narrow band between gray and blue that aggressively underscores the painterly logic of Tati’s conceit. The film gives itself the luxury to reinvent choreography and as such dazzles with the megalomania of its enterprise and the diabolical precision the filmmaker had to conjure up to pull it off.”

— Jean-Pierre Gorin on Tati’s Playtime 

Still from Playtime (1967, dir. Jacques Tati)

saloandseverine:

US Vogue January 1996, Fashion Loosens up
Kiara Kabukuru in Prada by Steven Meisel

saloandseverine:

US Vogue January 1996, Fashion Loosens up

Kiara Kabukuru in Prada by Steven Meisel

ruthwilson:

Ruth Wilson at the “The Affair” panel during the El Rey Network portion of the 2014 Summer Television Critics Association