It’s all about that transformation scene in the new Netflix feature, Blonde.
This bureau hopes that the already famous scene from this feature isn’t the only good thing about it. It seems to be a fresh take on the Hollywood icon so it should be worth a look.
Foreign Policy magazine isn’t usually the place to find histories of a music genre, but that’s just what it’s done with the history of Reggaeton.
FP is talking about the story of reggaeton because it is a story of migration, rebirth, and the struggle to be heard.
That’s a bit more in FP’s songbook.
J. Crew wasn’t much on this bureau’s radar. So when it got into financial trouble when failing to battle fast fashion and casualisation, it equally went unnoticed.
Yet trouble it did indeed get and so J. Crew called in Supreme supremo Brendon Babenzien.
GQ’s Sam Schube chatted with Barbenzien about the future that was part of many people’s past.
This bureau recently enjoyed – though not necessarily understood – a performance at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art.
The performance included giant inflatable insects.
And they were fighting over giant inflatable poo.
But then they realised that there was plenty of poo for everyone.
And then everyone revelled in each other’s poo.
This was all done to a soundtrack of Abba songs.
Modern art is so great.
French artist team Les Lalanne have a number of works for sale at Sotheby’s including examples of their sheep series.
While some may feel fleeced in paying the asking price for these pieces this bureau thinks that they will make a great addition to a well grazed space and for spinning a yarn about them.
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