Need some fall film recs? Of course you do. If you’re a fall enthusiast, or just simply craving a good movie, turn down the lights, light some autumn-scented candles, grab a blanket, and press play on these picks by Chaia.
Photographer Jolie Price takes us on a saturated, flower-studded journey into the crux of self-love and what it means to be human.
Living in Paris after the Bataclan attacks meant living in a different Paris. It makes sense that Phoenix responded to this grief with Ti Amo, a sleek and sun-kissed record that reminds us of what always comes: summer. Ti Amo is ten tracks of pure sunshine in the face of loss, inspired by the warm carelessness of 70s Italian discos.
Dive into this gorgeous photo essay by Isabella Dias, inspired by colorful 90’s girl power and goddess energy.
While it has been nearly 20 years since Fiorucci’s signature cherubs last dominated Seventeen magazine, it has been far longer since the pop art ad campaigns that made the Italian designer a cultural icon. A father of the 1970s and 80s disco, glamour, and sexuality, Elio Fiorucci influenced creatives worldwide through his signature mash-up of fashion, art, and music.
In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Television’s Marquee Moon, Modern Girls brings you the original track-listing as viewed through Jenny Holzer’s Inflammatory Essays.
“Souls of the Summer of ’76” is photographer T’Shauna Henry’s first series using film and a DSLR camera. In it, she captures the spirit of the 70’s with a knack for fashion, funk, and flare.