This week’s episode is all about film in fashion – two of our favourite things – and gets a bit silly. Evan gets witchy at a Film Fest event, Abby goes to a vintage fashion show and is on TV, and Katie gets the crap scared out of her in the woods.
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Starting off, what have the Hags been up to?
Evan participates in the Vancouver International Film Fest and the Style in Film series featuring documentary The True Cost.
Also, witches and a freaked out Mormon missionary. And a Blood Moon!
Abby went on tv for Global News because she’s a big deal. And her spotlight was completely usurped by her adorable daughter, Margot.
She also attended a great event in Vancouver by Ivan Sayers that makes fashion fans drool: Ivan Sayer’s Favorite Things hosted by SMOC (The Society for the Museum of Original Costume). Follow this link to see the full album!
Katie took a mini vacation up the Sunshine Coast and encountered (hopefully) a frightened beaver (or jerks) in a swamp of terror.
Now the fun stuff: fashion in films! Our favourites, at least. We get real excited, you guys.
For Abby, it was the 1995
masterpiece abomination, Showgirls.
The 90’s Vegas in all it’s made up “glamour” and SO MUCH LIP GLOSS
Evan and Abby shared some love over the 90’s Classic Clueless
Evan’s true film noir favourites, Sunset Boulevard
and the white bathing suit
Katie got riled up about anything Wes Anderson, especially The Royal Tenenbaums (costume design by Karen Patch)
Margot and Richie forever
as well as The Life Aquatic (costumes designed by Milena Canonero)
The Grand Budapest Hotel (costumes also by Milena Canonero)
Baz Lurhman and his costume-designing wife Catherine Martin, partnering on Hag faves like The Great Gatsby
All-time fave, The Fifth Element, costumes designed by Jean Paul Gaultier
and the sketches by JPG are amazing
Leeloo as a dog
Leeloo as a person (Milla Jovovich)
Chris Tucker as Ruby Rhod
Katie: Astro van/Mystery Mobile/Adventure Mobile
Evan: Empire and all the fur
Abby: Elizabeth Gilbert (of Eat, Pray, Love literary fame) and her podcast Magic Lessons. Also check out her TED Talk about creativity, genius, and art.
Shout out to Michelle Carter for our amazing soundtrack and to @lebigfun for the logo illustration. Also Dave Shumka (who is his own person) for all the other things.
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