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Dance to Celine Dion With a New Clip From Xavier Dolan’s ‘Mommy’

Before we share our interview with prolific 25-year-old French-Canadian filmmaker Xavier Dolan, we’re pleased to see a clip from one of our favorite scenes from his new film Mommy has been released for your viewing pleasure. In his latest mother-son drama, Dolan tells the story of a violent and troubled young ma Steve, his single [...]

January 22, 2015 0
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Get Inspired by the 5 Chicest Street Style Trends from Milan Fashion Week

All photos: Julien Boudet/BFAnyc.com Fashion Week is not inspiration-poor; from the runways to the streets, we’re finding all kinds of reasons to reinvigorate our wardrobes. Get inspired by the 5 chicest MFW street style trends, right here. Shearling Plaids and Checks Pinstripe   Camel Blue Fur source: http://www.bbook.com/milan-street-style-trends-jan-2015/

January 22, 2015 0
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The 20 Sundance 2015 Films Everyone Will Be Talking About

Every January, the cinematic year begins in Salt Lake City, Utah as the independent film community gathers for Sundance. From renowned veteran directors to newcomer directors making their debuts, the festival always premieres a wealth of the most interesting and unique films of the year and offers a taste of what we have to look [...]

January 22, 2015 0
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Richard Branson Opens Virgin’s First Hotel in Chicago

That it took Sir Richard Branson this long to launch a hotel company verges on the inexplicable, to be sure. That he chose Chicago for the debut of Virgin Hotels might be a bit craftier than you would at first think. After all, it’s a lot easier to work out the kinks here than under [...]

January 22, 2015 0
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“SERIAL” UPDATE: What You Need to Know about Asia McClain’s New Affadavit

The aftermath of “Serial,” that wildly, unprecedentedly popular podcast that you probably already listened to, has become a cacophony of voices resurfacing. What’s Happened Since the Finale Before we get to the very latest, let’s quickly and briefly review some of the post-finale events. Sarah Koenig, host of “Serial,” connected Adnan Syed with Deirdre Enright, who [...]

January 22, 2015 0
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¡Viva Havana! Cuban Travel Expert Explains How To Visit and What to See

As Barack Obama assembles his legacy, he seems shrewdly determined to make Cuba a part of it—perhaps hoping leave his grumpy old conservative detractors with a few stinging ideological wounds. We’re not quite there yet, but Congress is currently reviewing legislation that will, amongst other things, eliminate restrictions for Americans wanting to travel to Cuba. [...]

January 21, 2015 0
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Getting Lost in Wim Wenders’s 1985 Ode to Yasujirô Ozu, ‘Tokyo-Ga’

Although a German native and a staple of the country’s cinema, internationally beloved filmmaker Wim Wenders has always been a great explorer of foreign territory. Whether he’s shooting the sweeping deserts of the American Southwest with a romantic eye and pastiche fascination or the everyday intricacies and idiosyncratic wonders of modern Japanese culture, Wenders possesses [...]

January 21, 2015 0
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The Dish and Dispatch from Milan Fashion Week

Models backstage at Calvin Klein Fall/Winter 2015. Photo: Matteo Prandoni/BFAnyc.com Gucci was the talk of Milan; it was intended to be Frida Giannini‘s last collection (her departure was announced last December; she has been creative director since 2006). Last week it emerged that she was given a quick boot, and her deputy, Alessandro Michele, charged with [...]

January 21, 2015 0
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Stop What You’re Doing: Björk’s New ‘Complete Heartbreak’ Album ‘Vulnicura’ Is Out Now

Please excuse me while I lock myself in my bedroom with a bottle of wine Björk’s new album Vulnicura is out now and I don’t want to do anything else but hide under my sheets and absorb it.  A few weeks back we learned that The Haxan Cloak’s brilliant Bobby Krlic would be working on [...]

January 21, 2015 0
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Fashion News You Need To Know Today

Cara Delevingne for John Hardy, courtesy of John Hardy Dreaming of Coach Believe it or not, there has been more than one occasion on which I’ve wanted to be the 17-year-old actress, and perennially well-dressed Chloe Grace Moretz. When she acted alongside Alec Baldwin in “30 Rock” is one example that comes to mind. The new Coach [...]

January 21, 2015 0
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