the diane collection



The Young Pope (Season 1).
Love The Coopers.
5 Flights Up.
And So It Goes.
The Big Wedding.
Darling Companion.
Morning Glory.
Mad Money.
Mama’s Boy.
Because I Said So.
The Family Stone.
Something’s Gotta Give.
On Thin Ice.
Town & Country.
Hanging Up.
The Only Thrill.
Marvin’s Room.
The First Wives Club.
Father of the Bride Part II.
Father of the Bride.
The Godfather Part III.
The Good Mother.
Baby Boom.
Crimes of the Heart.
Shoot the Moon.
Looking for Mr. Goodbar.
Annie Hall.
Love and Death.
The Godfather Part II.
Play It Again, Sam.
The Godfather.


Cannes 2015 Best Dressed

Oftentimes more so than the Oscars or the Met Gala, Cannes emerges as the platform for my favorite red carpet moments each year. The custom gowns and no holds barred glamour make the red carpet one to watch, especially when considering how every top actress and model makes multiple appearances at events throughout the duration of the festival.

This year, I loved Diane Kruger in an embellished Prada that boasted a unique halter neckline and the prettiest cape and train. Sienna Miller sparkled in a slip Ralph Lauren Collection dress that resembled liquid gold. Emma Stone was elegant in a Christian Dior couture number with a long, flattering silhouette. Fan Bingbing continued to win over style commentators with a dramatic Ralph & Russo couture gown that played with the perfect Spring palette.

Emily Blunt shone in a close-cut Stella McCartney and had one of my favorite beauty looks, simple with pulled back hair, understated but smoky makeup, and stunning statement earrings. Natalie Portman, poster girl for Dior, continues to be the perfect embodiment of the House on the red carpet, opting for a classic a-line gown from runway. And Naomi Watts wore an Elie Saab look that seamlessly transitioned from a sequined bodice to a feathered train.

As for the models, Karlie Kloss was radiant in a Peter Copping for Oscar de la Renta runway gown in the most striking blue, and Miranda Kerr chose a Grecian cut pink Emanuel Ungaro number with a plunging neckline that was sure to have stopped traffic.

And last but surely not least, fashion favorite Lupita Nyong’o had my favorite use of color in a gorgeous green Gucci gown that was made for her signature twirls on the red carpet.

The Outsiders (1983)

The Outsiders features a “who’s who” of actors from the 1980s.  At the time of the movie, all of the stars were young and not yet superstars.  However, every single actor in the poster above became huge in the 80s - Patrick Swayze, Matt Dillon, Rob Lowe (not super creepy Rob Lowe), Tom Cruise, C.Thomas Howell, Ralph Macchio, and Emilio Estevez.  And not to be left out, Diane Lane also appeared in the movie.

The Outsiders is based on a novel by S.E. Hilton from 1967 and follows the lives of a gang named the Greasers  (they wore lots of grease in their hair) and their rivalry against the upper-class Socs.  As for a plot, I can’t say there really is one, but it’s still an enjoyable movie to watch and it’s entertaining to see all the aforementioned actors before they hit it big.

Stay gold, ponyboy!

i see ppeople out there who love jericho so much and thatS GREAT!! SHES AN AMAZING CHARACTER AND ALL BUT WHYYY doesnt everyone love guila too?? shes so badass and cool lookin like wow she collectively kicked diane, meliodas, and ban’s ass while she was still only a crystal holy knight??? shes sooo amazingly gorgeous and has a rlly cool BACKSTORY and concept design?? shes loyal and strong and she loves her BROTHER AND JERICHO SM!! and I LOVE GUILA EVERYONE LOVE HER TOO DAMMIT! !!


Anne (and Jeanne) Darlaud (3)
These pastels show that Manet already had discovered the young Anne Darlaud (better known under her later stage name Jane Demarsy) a few years before he asked her to sit for his  “Spring” masterpiece. Anne can only have been 14 years old if the dating of these pastels is correct.

Édouard Manet, Sur le banc, Jane Demarsy (On the Bench, Jane Demarsy), 1879. Pastel on linen, 50 x 60 cm. Private collection
Édouard Manet, Jeune fille en chapeau d’été, Jane Demarsy (Girl in a Summer Bonnet, Jane Demarsy ), 1879. Pastel on linen, 56 x 35 cm. Collection Diane B. Wilsey