Best Looks From the 70th Annual Cannes Film Festival

With 60 meters of red carpet to cover over two weeks, the Cannes Film Festival is a glamorous showcase unlike any other. It’s a favorite annual event of mine, right up there next to the Met Gala and the Academy Awards. The Festival de Cannes was founded in 1946 and is currently in its 70th season. As is tradition, it was held at the Palais des Festivals et des Congres.

Festivals like this one, that are steep in tradition and prestige create a vacuum for business within the film industry. It’s the perfect trade agreement: Designers sell their work on A-list stars who are on the carpet to promote their films with their film executives who are there to sell distribution agreements for said films and hopefully secure credit for future projects, while their sponsors gain world-wide exposure. Everyone gets a piece of the pie. Read More

How To Be Parisian Wherever You Are: A Review

“Always be fuckable.”

I snapped the book shut with a breathy gasp, glancing over my shoulder in the petite section of Anthropologie. I had no reason to be shopping in the petite section. The sales associate sizing pleated pants across from me thought so too. Like a guilty teenager, I became suddenly distracted by a pair of overpriced stilettos and made my escape. With one finger between the pages to keep my place, I meandered to the sale section where I read on:

“Always be fuckable: when standing in line at the bakery on a Sunday morning, buying champagne in the middle of the night, or even picking the kids up from school. You never know.”

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