American Vogue’s editor in-chief, Anna Wintour answers 73 personal questions, including how she feels about selfies, Brooklyn and what she’ll never wear in a surprisingly relaxed video interview.
… because on Sundays we don’t take ourselves too seriously. John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John in Grease directed by Randal Kleiser, 1978.
… kinda fancy and ties in with Sunday Funday’s film snippet from a few weeks ago.
By Claudia Everly Prague-ing it up on a post-HS or post-BA eurotrip has become a staple amongst most young American adventurers. Arriving in the Czech capital, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, most come to sample genuine Bohemian Pils, gawk awkwardly in a stew of sweaty tourists in front of the city’s iconic Astronomical Clock, and to buy…
… because on Sundays we don’t take ourselves too seriously. James Stewart in Harvey directed by Henry Koster, 1950.
By Claudia Everly If you’re not yet familiar with the veritable treasure trove that is Lifetime Channel for Women’s über-preachy, über-angsty and amazingly addictive movie catalogue, I judge you. But no worries, the stigma of your ignorance can be easily lifted in about four hours. All you need is a computer, access to YouTube, a…
… because on Sundays we don’t take ourselves too seriously. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in Swing Time directed by George Stevens, 1936.
… because on Sundays we don’t take ourselves too seriously. Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman directed by Garry Marshall, 1990.
… because on Sundays we don’t take ourselves too seriously. Today’s scene is totally clueless, nawww. Alicia Silverstone and Paul Rudd in Clueless directed by Amy Heckerling, 1995.
… because on Sundays we don’t take ourselves too seriously. This week’s snippet is from one of the most talked about TV shows of all times, and it’s a little bit sweet. Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kim Cattrall and Kristin Davis in Sex and the City, episode 10, season 6, 2003.