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An apartment as a witness to someone’s personal history, the kind of universal space in which we all find ourselves as we evolve into adulthood. An apartment as protagonist of the latest chapter of Miu Miu Women’s Tales, directed by Dakota Fanning and starring Eve Hewson, Tom Sturridge & Christina Rouner #MiuMiuWomensTales #MiuMiu
The actress joined forces with Miu Miu—and friend Liz Hannah, of The Post fame—to create the 15th short for the Italian label’s Women’s Tales series.
When Miu Miu asked Dakota Fanning to direct a short film (her first), she looked close to home for subject material. The final product? “Hello Apartment,” a spot-on, vivid portrait of how the spaces where we spend our formative years shape us into adults who may, someday, return to them and, all at once, remember everything. It also serves as an ode to Fanning’s own real-life apartment.
“Hello Apartment,” which premieres in London on Monday night, marks the 15th commission from Miu Miu’s Women’s Tales, which has previously featured shorts from legendary auteurs (Agnès Varda), groundbreaking directors (Ava DuVernay), and experimental multi-hyphenates (Miranda July and Chloë Sevigny). For the film, Fanning drew on her own formative first-apartment experiences. As she told Vanity Fair, “Even though my apartment’s very different from the one in the film, the experience of it is the same.” With the help of The Post writer and her friend Liz Hannah, Fanning perceptively captures how, as she put it, our homes become “shrine[s] to experiences” with the passage of time.
Told through the perspective of a Pepto pink-haired young woman named Ava (played by Irish actress Eve Hewson, of The Knick) who has just moved into an airy Brooklyn loft, the film traces her first love (with Tom Sturridge), loss, and inevitable red wine spills. It all comes with the knowing wisdom of a woman who’s been there and lived to tell the tale. Decades later, a much older Ava returns to this memory-charged, sunlit space to say, “Hello, apartment.”
Miu Miu’s new holiday campaign, Miu Miu Whispers, is a wistful, intense reflection on the unexpected surprises and reunions that holidays can bring.
Starring Dakota Fanning, Chloë Sevigny, Elle Fanning, The Perks of Being a Wallflower actress Julia Garner and Stranger Thing’s Sadie Sink star in the short film that incorporates overheard whispers reinterpreted as an inner monologue shared between the characters.
If there’s one thing that fashion loves more than creating amazing clothes and accessories for us to wear, it’s giving back. Hence, super-chic designer Gabriela Hearst teamed with Italian leather goods brand Tod’s for a shoe collaboration that benefits Save the Children, an organization providing children in global communities with the tools for a better future. For all pairs of these incredibly cute brogues that are sold, 20 percent of the profits go to the charity. To bring awareness to the cause, stylish celebs like Dakota Fanning, model Lauren Hutton, street-style star Miroslava Duma, and even Hearst posed for a campaign in the shoe.
This super-easy slip-on style, which includes a perforated Morse code detail trim, is now available at Tod’s stores nationwide and at Tods.com. With five colorways to choose from, there’s a shoe for everyone. While the price tag comes in a little steep at $645, you can rest assured that your dollar is going to a worthy cause.
Dakota Fanning and Tom Odell – two of the most successful youngsters in the film and music world – have been cast in the spring campaign for Uniqlo.
The Japanese retailer, known for its functional, fuss-free designs, has chosen the fresh-faced blonde duo to front its indigo and denim-focused new collection.
Incredibly, at just 19-years-old, Dakota Fanning has appeared in more than 25 films including The Twilight Saga, I Am Sam, War of the Worlds and The Runaways. The Hollywood starlet – whose sister, Elle, can currently be seen in the Miu Miu Spring Summer 2014 campaign – is also the youngest actress ever to be nominated for a Screen Actors Guild award. Phew!
And Brit singer Tom Odell is going places, fast. The 22-year-old has just been nominated for both Best Male and Best Newcomer at the forthcoming Brit Awards. And since winning the Critics Choice Award at the Brits last year, his debut album reached the number one spot in the UK charts and he has already sold over 1 million records.
Dakota belies her 19 years in a ladylike, preppy mix of sleeveless shirt, slim-fitting jeans and loafers. While Tom Odell looks dapper in a pair of bright white jeans and checked shirt.
And is it just us, or do these two look pretty good together..? [Source]
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Sweetness in the Belly (2020)
Based on the novel by Camilla Gibb, Lilly is an English child abandoned in Africa, forced to flee Ethiopia for England amid civil war. There she befriends Amina, an Ethiopian refugee, and they begin a mission to reunite scattered families.
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