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"When Philip met Isabella" by Philip Treacy
"When Philip met Isabella" by Philip Treacy
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Blow me, 5 Feb 2004
This is a truly indulgent book, equally as sumptuous as Manolo Blahnik's book of shoe designs.
It is a collection of photographs and beautiful illustrations by Hilary Knight, chronicling Philip Treacy and Isabella Blow's collaboration on over thirty hats, including her wedding hat!
It perfectly conveys the talent of Treacy, his ingenuity, his inspiration for several of his hats from everyday objects. There is an interview with both Philip Treacy and Isabella Blow-his muse. It tells you a little about both their backgrounds, Treacy's past at the Royal College of Art and how he started his business in Blow's basement. Isabella Blow is a creative director who has worked for… Read more
└ Ma Soeur! [VHS] [2001] <b>VHS</b> ~ Ana´s Reboux
└ Ma Soeur! [VHS] [2001] VHS ~ Ana´s Reboux
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sibling rivalry, 5 Feb 2004
It appears that there is no defined direction to this supposedly innocent film, which from the very beginning focuses simply on two french sisters, the elder pretty and slim etc, the youngest being the plump ugly duckling. It documents the fairly typical family on their summer holiday in France, the squabbling between the two girls and their over-worked, career obsessed father and mother; who is susceptible to panic attacks. The elder sister meets an older Italian boy, who of course is only after one thing and succeeds in leading her astray, the ugly duckling has to endure their sexual antics-whilst pretending to sleep. The film seems to dwindle along, and at points seems like it may have… Read more
100th Window ~ Massive Attack
100th Window ~ Massive Attack
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Surprisingly, to me at least 100th Window had a pretty quiet release-not too much hype (sadly!) after the well rinsed but still class mezzanine. My point being that I think that 100th Window is their best album yet-proven by the emotive collaboration with Sinead O'Connor... I don't think they could have found a better vocal... she enevitably provides a haunting, eerie quality to the 3 tracks she appears on... cohesive with the rest of the album which is very intense at times! (think-listening to 'angel' from mezzanine, turned up far too loud!) But having said that... do not read it as 'scary, manic, dwelling music' although it can be, it pretty much suits any mood.
If you are a Massive… Read more

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