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The film Carol is an adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's 1952 semi-autobiographical novel The Price of Salt. The story follows two women from very different worlds as they start an unexpected love affair in 1950s New York. Sarah Paulson plays Abby Gerhard, the main character Carol’s best friend and ex-lover. Though the role is fairly small, the loyalty Abby exhibits to the friend she clearly still harbors deeper feelings for makes her a compelling and complicated character. The film was directed by Todd Haynes, the screenplay was written...
    Another day in the patriarchy! In an interview with CBS This Morning earlier this week, head of Apple Music Jimmy Iovine discussed how he came up with the idea for the recently aired Apple Music commercial, featuring Kerry Washington, Mary J. Blige, and Taraji P. Henson.     Iovine said that he was inspired to create the commercial because “women find it very difficult at times — some women — to find music.” Digging himself into an even deeper hole, he continued: “I just thought of a problem....
  Portrait of Hartigan, photo by Cecil Beaton This December 1st-6th, during Art Basel in Miami, the X Contemporary Art Fair is exhibiting some of the later works of Grace Hartigan, a celebrated Abstract Expressionist from the New York School in the mid-20th century. The collection, assembled by Hartigan’s former art dealer, the late Beatrice Perry, and curated by Michael Klein, is comprised of some of Hartigan’s works from 1960 through 1965. Hartigan was quite often the only woman in a sea of well-recognized male artists such as...
Ok, so there are tons of reason to head to the BUST Christmas Craftacular in Bethnal Green, east London, this Sunday. There are 80 stalls of amazing handmade wares (see all the vendors here); you can do lots of workshops for free or much cheaper than usual (check them out here); there will be lunch, cake and beer by the brilliant King's Cross venue Drink, Shop & Do, plus a pop-up bar by Hot Booze, selling, you guessed it yummy hot booze. And there will...
  Here's your chance to get in bed with Sin in Linen! Feathers will float seductively around you with this brand new Pillow Fight bedding design. Adding playfulness to your bedroom, this soft pattern comes in soft tones to mirror the feathers surrounding flirtatious pinup girls. With artwork by the Japanese artist, Lady Weird, these sheets will remind you that your bed can be used for activities other than sleep. Sin in Linen has been providing soft goods with hardcore style since 2004. They love helping you...