hello and happy monday to you all. can you believe the beauty of this 1920s - style wedding? it is close to unbelievable. and it's all made even more gorgeous by the photography of josh goleman. (more here and here). she is the perfect flapper, and with that hairstyle doesn't she look just like edie sedgwick? i'm sorry, i've never seen an event so stunning. excuse me for a moment...i need to catch my breath...
It's the end of the first official week of summer! This weekend I'm looking forward to checking out some great artwork at the galleries in Troy, sipping cocktails on a restaurant patio with friends, a stoop sale on my street (stop by!), and the purchase of a new car!
Tonight I went to see The Brothers Bloom. Overall, the movie is pretty perfect, and visually it's fantastic. The colors, locations, and fashion make it a cinematic feast for the eyes. Rachel Weisz was adorable, the men were sexy in crisp blacks and whites, and Rinko Kikuchi, well, Bang Bang was just plain awesome. It's one of those movies - like The Royal Tenenbaums -that's hard to place in any one specific time period. It looks like it could have taken place during the 60's, or 70's, or today.
It was gorgeous. I laughed and laughed. I love this movie!
I'm pretty sure each one of Rachel Weisz's outfits in the movie included at least one predominant vintage piece (or a new item directly created from an old design), like a dress or a coat. There was a pinkish-orange dress in one scene that was straight out of the 60's, but I haven't been able to find a picture of it.