Teen Style Unveils Identity Struggles in Skins Generation 3

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In the recent IGTV show Are You Michelle From Skins? hosted by actress April Pearson, who got her big break as Michelle in Skins she goes into the raves and rants of breaking into the business, post-Skins job market as an actor characterized as "Tony's girlfriend", glazing over her female lead status. She interviews fellow stars of Skins and many other younger … Continue reading Teen Style Unveils Identity Struggles in Skins Generation 3

Teenage Tropes: Bristol’s Thrifty Fashions in Skins, Generation Two.

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What became a phenomenal success from its first season, UK's Skins continued with its core cast as they became seniors in college for season two. With such explosive popularity among young adults, Skins continued the saga with a new cohort of high schoolers as they introduced season three and four with an all-new cast. To … Continue reading Teenage Tropes: Bristol’s Thrifty Fashions in Skins, Generation Two.

Don’t Blackout: Support Black Lives Matter Movements AND Small Business Owners

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With the recent tragedy and injustice caused by yet another case of "police brutality" I think we can call it manslaughter now. All four Minneapolis police officers involved with the arrest and murder of George Floyd all face criminal charges. FINALLY... but we are so far from the war being over. There will never be … Continue reading Don’t Blackout: Support Black Lives Matter Movements AND Small Business Owners

Under the influence: A review of Valley of the Dolls

Jacqueline Susann was a widely respected actress, singer, dancer - a woman about town. She had her run in NYC and Hollywood and recounts her lifestyle in the most resonate way: she writes a book. Valley of the Dolls was published in December of 1966 and was the biggest success of that year. To date, … Continue reading Under the influence: A review of Valley of the Dolls

Suburban Escapism and 80s Style in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

One of my all time favorite FEEL-GOOD movies is the 1986 classicย Ferris Bueller's Day Off. It is a must watch while we're all in quarantine, because we can fondly remember being allowed in large crowds during that epic parade scene. It holds up decades later as one of the most iconic 80s movies by John … Continue reading Suburban Escapism and 80s Style in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off