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Time to live up to name of the blog.
Has anyone guessed what it’s in reference to yet?
As I sit here in quarantine unable to go to events, flea markets, or to regularly hang out with friends, I’m reminded of my hobbies. I have quite a few creative outlets like painting and composing, but there’s one that has been completely intoxicating- film photography. It’s something so inherently cool and quirky, yet easy-going with the fun result of being able to have physical copies of the images.
Today, I dive deep on this new obsession of mine.
Reynolds Woodcock was one of the the premiere dressmakers in 1950’s London. It’s only fitting that his own wardrobe is on par with the dresses he creates. With a minimalistic approach to style, Reynolds looks simultaneously vintage and classic, with an air of fussy elegance to boot. This post discusses the style of Daniel Day-Lewis’ character in Phantom Thread.