leaves the Santa Joe Biden Happy Easter Ugly Christmas Sweatshirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this audience inside the Angelika Theater cheering for more (a sequel, “The Stradas” please?). Dorfman’s star turn was complemented by a large supporting cast—Rowan Blanchard, Francesco Risso, Chloe Wise, Lynette Nylander, Jazzelle Zanaughtti, Ruby Aldridge, and Vogue’s own Liana Satenstein among them. Angel Prost, designer Hillary Taymour’s partner, provided the soundtrack via their band Frost Children. The short film is the latest in Taymour’s pandemic wins. (Remember her video game, her animorphs, her rooftop farmstand show?) It illustrated, with a heaping spoonful of love, how ditsy and stupid and airless fashion can be. The irony—or maybe the genius—of it is that Taymour’s fashion is never stupid or airless. She is quietly thoughtful, making garments that flatter all bodies and all ways of life. Her well-executed projects, effectively
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seamless in their execution, may actually draw some attention away from the Santa Joe Biden Happy Easter Ugly Christmas Sweatshirt but I will buy this shirt and I will love this strength of her clothing, which, for fall 2022, looks better than ever. This season, she’s entered her ’00s phase, with pleated skirt belts that drip off the hips of many looks and low-rise cargo pants and shorts. Some ideas from spring 2022 carry over, like the angel-printed tee and meshy layering pieces that have long been a staple. Crushed velvet puff jackets stuffed with flower down are new, and they’re made with a zebra stripe or star seaming. “It is actually so warm,” affirmed Charlie Engman’s mother Kathleen, who appears in the lookbook and film. There is a low vibrating cake theme as well—Zanaughtti poses in a pageant ribbon top holding a pink cake, and a pair of jeans were dyed using melted sprinkles. Chiffon is shredded to evoke feathers and studio detritus is cut
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