Can’t wait to see it!
Originally posted on Variety:
Paramount is in talks for North America rights to William H. Macy’s musical drama “Rudderless,” the closing night film at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
The studio is planning to distribute the film with the Samuel Goldwyn Co. in the fall.
“Rudderless” stars Macy, Billy Crudup, Anton Yelchin, Selena Gomez, Laurence Fishburne and Felicity Huffman.
Macy made his feature directorial debut, helming from a script by Casey Twenter and Jeff Robison about a grieving father (Crudup) who finds salvation from the discovery of his deceased son’s demo tapes and lyrics.
Producers are Keith Kjarval of Unified Pictures and Brad Greiner. WME Global is representing the rights. Radiant International is selling international rights.
News was first reported by the Deadline.com.
Rejoice fashionistas! Those who crave the quality from Pendleton Woolen Mills and the style from The Portland Collection don’t have to wait till next year for new designs. They are launching their Spring 2014 line as we speak. It’s available to pre-order at sites like Shop Adorn. These are my top picks:
Yes yes yes. I love everything about this outfit. Especially the knot-tied red shirt. I’ll be knotting all my shirts this spring summer. Also the white skirt is high-waisted enough and the length is perfect. Would look great with a tan.
I’m so glad they are making chunky cardigans for spring. This one is 100% cotton instead of wool. Not that I want to wear wool in 100+ degree weather. I could picture this outfit on a yacht somewhere. Or sailboat. I also need to find me some similar white flats.
A delicate silk dress in a beautiful blue pattern. I’m so looking forward to color.
A striking bright red parka for rainy days. Or for on that sailboat.
The accessories are super cute. I definitely want to go traveling with the navy pieces (also available in cream). Also, it appears that they are all made in the USA, this time, instead of imported.
Which outfits are your favorite? Let me know in the comments below!
[All photos are from portlandcollection.net]
Frye started out in 1863 selling finely crafted work boots. They even provided boots to US soldiers. Nowadays there a few styles that are still made in the US. I have a pair that was made in Spain (got them several years ago). And now they are mostly crafted in Mexico & China. Here are some gems:
To celebrate Frye’s 150th anniversay, they came out with this lovely leather woven tote. It’s so hard to find leather bags (for ladies) these days from a large, old-school company. It’s so patriotic too. Comes in 3 colors.
Purchase at the American Flag Tote (Limited Edition) here for $649.95 USD.
Biker chic, anyone?
Purchase the Engineer 8R Boot here for $257.95 USD.
Reminds me of college students in the 60s. Get your groove on.
Purchase the Campus 14L Boot (Limited Edition) here for $389.95 USD.
(all photos courtesy of Nordstrom.com)
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This is a belated post, since I had MLK Jr Day off. This past weekend I went shopping in Dallas to scope out the last of the sale racks. When leaving Nordstrom, I saw a red leather and canvas clutch from Fleabg. I first saw it at a local boutique in Tulsa, OK.
You may also purchase at Nordstrom.com and http://fleabg.com/n2/home.php
It’s made in USA using repurposed leather, vegetable dye, and sturdy canvas all sourced and made in the USA. And they are super cute and versatile. Definitely appropriate for spring, and a great carry-all for heavy loads.