After women, flowers are the most lovely thing God has given the world. ~ Christian Dior
On Wednesday’s post, I wrote about Liz Gilbert’s podcast and new upcoming book on creativity. Personally, the subject of creativity keeps popping up in random places which I take as the universe’s way of letting me know it’s time to stop and reflect. This week as I travel to and from work, I’ve been listening to Neale Donald Walsch’s audio book Conversations With God and it emphasizes our co-creative partnership with the divine. Everything we do and believe is created by us – we are the ultimate creators of our own reality.
So keeping in line with the great responsibility we’ve been given, I chose Dior and I as my independent movie of the week. First of all I’d like to say: I HEART THE FASHION WORLD; it’s beautiful, worldly, eccentric, over the top, bitchy but most of all FUN!
And if Lucy and Ethel “scooped the fashion world” – I have to scoop the fashion world.
In Dior and I, Raf Simons has been given eight weeks to create a new collection of women’s clothing that align themselves with the Dior tradition. It’s a fun little movie that I rented on iTunes over the weekend while locked up in my room as I starved away the flu . There isn’t much else to say about it except that it reminded me of an extended episode of Project Runway. The clothes are beautiful and the gays are bitchy!
Here are some of the clothes from the documentary:
…and I’m loving the zombie model at the beginning of the trailer. Byyyyyyyye!