Why don't the Smithsonians ever do historical costume exhibits beyond the First Ladies' dresses? I know they've got amazing pieces in their collection, but they almost never go on display, and when they do it's one or two items in a non-costume exhibit. DC-area historical costume nerds are getting tired of going to NYC for our antique gown fix!
Seems like a great question for smithsonian!
I don’t like this passive-aggressive non-answer.
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- 9 months ago
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- Landry Clarke: The problem is that they keep comparing you to Jason Street. That's like comparing my music to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I'm not the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I mean, I'm my own thing. I'm not any better or any worse. It's just different.
- Matt Saracen: You're definitely a whole lot worse.
- 12 months ago
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This is what happens when you ask Anne Hathaway about that time she accidentally showed her Princess Diary to a bunch of photographers. (via entertainmentweekly)
This was some tenth-degree black belt media judo here. Read the setup:
Matt Lauer doesn’t mess around. When he greeted Anne Hathaway on the Today show this morning, the host got right down to business: “Good to see you,” he said. “Seen a lot of you lately.”
Lauer, of course, was referring to Hathaway’s major wardrobe malfunction at Monday’s Les Mis premiere. While exiting her car in a tight Tom Ford gown, the Oscar nominee accidentally flashed a crowd of photographers — who quickly noticed that Hathaway wasn’t wearing underwear.
She didn’t get defensive, she didn’t get flustered, and she brought the conversation back to her primary reason for being on the show in the first place. Damn.
I did not have strong opinions about Anne Hathaway until just now. Obviously, she is fantastic.
- 1 year ago
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