A monthly round-up of some favourite internet reads.
Over on The Daily Beast, Joss Whedon had quite a bit to say about his Passion Project, Shakespeare, female superheroes and what pisses him off.
An epic insight into the costumes featured in The Grifters from the excellent Clothes On Film in Be Careful What You Wear, part 1 and part two.
Well…Facebook made me do it
The next fashion dynasty? Citizens Kane, in Family and Fashion
James Fargo pondered age in At Thirty: or, how I learned to stop worrying and love the end of youth
According to Ann Friedman, when women pursue sex, even men don’t get it
Imran Amed, editor-in-chief of the Business of Fashion, discusses The Anatomy of an Iconic Image
In the Gatsby aftermath, Five Different Costume Interpretations of the…1920s.
From The New York Review of Books archive, On Sylvia Plath by Elizabeth Hardwick
Over on the Independent, David Lynch waxed lyrical about his new passion, and why he may never make another movie.
And finally, property from the estate of Oscar-winning costume designer Travilla will go up for auction this October. Time to start saving?