Month: April 2008

The Little Black Dress: Random thoughts on Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Few actresses, or films for that matter, are as iconic as Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. This picture birthed a minimalist style that women clamored for in the 60’s, and continue to mimic today. Audrey’s large dark Sunglasses and colored trench coats have had such staying power in the fashion world that even the …

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The Chic Witch

Some time ago, the goth look became very popular. It was a look defined by dark clothes and dark make-up. Along with the look, pop culture was suddenly influenced by the occult as Wicca and Witchcraft became a popular fascination for the masses. While it might be hard to determine what caused the sudden interest …

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An Ideal Image

Why is it that the heroine in most “chick flicks” have to undergo some transformation to find definition for themselves? Is it because there is a pervading social construct that, despite their struggle to find an independent self-definition, they still have to abide by? In The Devil Wears Prada, the female protagonist, Andie (Anne Hathaway), …

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Happy Birthday!

This is just a post to tell our wonderful site coordinator, Meredith, “Happy Birthday!” Thanks from all of us for setting this up, you did a fantastic job. We hope you have a great day! More “chick flick” blogs to follow.

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