October 28th, 2017
Films

Two To See

You’d have to be living under a rock to not know about the documentary Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold, which was released on Netflix yesterday. I’ve read mixed reviews but am eager to see it nonetheless. I may try to do a double feature and also watch Franca: Chaos & Creation, Francesco Carrozzini’s film about his mother the legendary Vogue Italia editor.

SHOP

What's New

ALAÏA

Belted leather biker jacket

Jil Sander

Gathered Knit Midi Dress

SAINT LAURENT

Cropped leather jacket

SOPHIE BUHAI

Triple Francois 18kt gold vermeil earrings

NILI LOTAN

Jimmy Leather Puffer Jacket

SAINT LAURENT

Le 57 quilted leather shoulder bag

DRIES VAN NOTEN

Belted wool blazer

SAINT LAURENT

Blade velvet slingback pumps

THE ROW

Silvia silk-twill scarf

SAINT LAURENT

Logo-embellished leather loafers

VALENTINO

Crocheted Cotton-Blend Midi Skirt

LOEWE

Braided leather bangle

JOSEPH

Delcie tie-detailed ramie midi dress

LOEWE

Gate knotted leather slippers

ZIMMERMANN

Postcard fringed crocheted straw bucket hat

CARTIER EYEWEAR

Santos de Cartier metal shield sunglasses

  • I’ll be there with you….

    May I also suggest the documentary Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace. The incredibly talented Wiley was just selected to paint the official portrait of former president Obama for the Smithsonian.

    TroyceOctober 28th, 2017  2:51 PM

     
  • It is marvelous! Do not wait for rain, Preston. Griffin Dunne has made a remarkable and moving tribute to his aunt.

    MoiraOctober 28th, 2017  3:06 PM

     
  • Thank you for reminding me, can hardly wait to see both.

    SueMOctober 28th, 2017  8:08 PM

     
  • The Center Will Not Hold is a fascinating film. I highly recommend it.

    karenOctober 28th, 2017  11:44 PM

     
  • I’m saving both of these for when I get to my brother’s in New York – he’s going to love that!

    That's Not My AgeOctober 30th, 2017  12:14 PM

     
  • Watched this last weekend and could have hit “play again” as soon as it ended. Interviews with Didion by the director, who is her nephew, offer insight into her remarkable instincts that made her such a successful writer. However, like a good novel, she leaves you wondering. She remains an enigma. Dunne’s documentary is a wonderful tribute to his aunt, for her remarkable work and her incredible strength.

    KWNovember 6th, 2017  3:57 PM

     

Your email address is only used for our verification process to help reduce spam comments and will not be shared, published or stored for any other purpose. Please be courteous. All comments are moderated.

Name :

Email (will not be published) :