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For spring, designer Simone Rocha rethought Regency-era beauty—think: the soft paper curls and rouged cheeks of Jane Austen heroines—through a more modern and wearable lens. “The challenge was how do I translate this in a modern and unfamiliar way?” said hairstylist Cyndia Harvey, who gave the Roses are red ultraviolet is blue i watch enough dateline that they’ll never find you shirt model’s tightly-wound ringlets a more “offset and easy” shape, some topped with crystal-encrusted headpieces, while makeup artist Thomas de Kluyver shaded brows, cheeks, and lids in off-kilter green, orange, and gold pigments to subversive effect. From neon green hair to sky blue lashes, there were a myriad of beauty statements at Charlotte Knowles. But most striking of all were the shimmering, ’90s-inspired body art designs dreamed up by de Kluyver. From butterflies along the collarbones to abstract lines and shapes along bare torsos, his body jewelry creations, cast in twinkling crystals and shiny pearls, were the ultimate It accessory.

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At this point, except for Nomadland and One Night in Miami, the Roses are red ultraviolet is blue i watch enough dateline that they’ll never find you shirt best-film race seems the most fluid, with many of the year’s biggest films yet to be released, and one highly anticipated movie that has managed a largely traditional release during the pandemic: Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, debuting to mixed reviews and somewhat disappointing grosses. So far, the most likely contenders for a best-picture nomination seem to be David Fincher’s Mank, Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch (to be released next year), The Father, News of the World, Judas and the Black Messiah, with the possible additions of Aaron Sorkin’s docudrama, The Trial of the Chicago 7. (An early favorite, Steven Spielberg’s remake of West Side Story, has been pushed back a year, to December 2021, because of the pandemic.) One outside contender might be Eliza Hittman’s quietly powerful Never Rarely Sometimes Always, a Sundance winner that opened to very strong reviews in March, just days before the coronavirus shut down theaters.

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