Every friday we are going to ‘Flashback’ to moments that need to be preserved for their impact on how we look at, think about, and react to modern design in fashion and culture, today and tomorrow.
Before Twilight, was this collection from Ann-Sofie Back. Landmark.
photo by Jean-Paul Battaggia
From the New York Times :
…All of this is accompanied by Mr. Godard’s usual eclectic collage of quotations, pronouncements and references, ranging from Céline to Rilke to the YouTube dog video “Husky sings with baby.” But 3-D adds yet another layer to his experimentation, and represents another phase in his career-long resistance to conventions, not only artistic but also those fostered by new forms of technology: from film to video to the digital age and now to 3-D. In “Goodbye to Language,” Mr. Godard once again finds uncharted depths and dimensions in cinema. By NICOLAS RAPOLD
We Tell Ourselves Stories In Order to Live is the first and only documentary being made about Joan Didion. While her writing is fierce and exposed, Joan herself is an incredibly private person. We have the privilege to know Joan as a subject and also as a member of our family. Our director, Griffin Dunne, has known Joan his entire life. Joining Griffin as co-director is award-winning filmmaker, Susanne Rostock.
Black Bear in Williamsburg. Fancy Desserts by Brooks Headley.
70 N 6th St (between Wythe and Kent)