It’s Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak into Happily Never After (Unabridged) – Andi Dorfman

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It’s Not Okay: Turning Heartbreak into Happily Never After (Unabridged)

Andi Dorfman

Genre: Comedy

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Publish Date: May 17, 2016

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Keep On Turning – Seth Rosenbloom

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Keep On Turning

Seth Rosenbloom

Genre: Blues

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Release Date: January 18, 2019

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Turning Point (Unabridged) – Danielle Steel

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Turning Point (Unabridged)

Danielle Steel

Genre: Romance

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Publish Date: January 8, 2019

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His Turn: The Turning Series, Book 3 (Unabridged) – JA Huss

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His Turn: The Turning Series, Book 3 (Unabridged)

JA Huss

Genre: Romance

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Publish Date: December 26, 2017

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Turning 30

I was having trouble with the idea of turning 30 and was oversensitive to any signs of advancing age. When I found a prominent gray hair in my bangs,
I pointed to my forehead. “Have you seen this?” I indignantly asked my husband.

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Fargo’s Costume Designer on Turning Kirsten Dunst Into a Small-Town ’70s Hairdresser

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A note to those who haven’t seen the first season of FX’s dark horse triumph Fargo: Rectify that, posthaste. The series, loosely inspired by the iconic Coen brothers feature of the same name (the pair serve as executive producers), took the movie’s familiar themes of murder and deceit in a tiny Midwestern town and spun them into a darkly comic program with a powerhouse cast including Billy Bob Thornton and Martin Freeman.

Tonight Fargo will kick off with a new cast and new plotlines, for the prequel to last season set in 1979 and headed up by Kirsten Dunst as Peggy, a hairdresser with big dreams. Almost as big as her ambitions? The scope of Peggy’s ultra-’70s wardrobe, which marries her mundane small-town reality with Technicolor dreams of Hollywood. We caught up with the show’s costume designer, Carol Case, to talk about fashion’s lately adopted love of the decade and how to dress a cast for months spent shooting in the dead of a Canadian winter.

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Could you speak about working within the aesthetic framework of 1979 North Dakota?
We think of the ’70s and we think of either pieces we remember or photographs of our parents. It’s got a specific feeling to it, and it’s hard with our modern eye—the real stuff from the ’70s tends to look like a caricature of itself because we’re looking at it from 2015. I think that was a big challenge for us because the colors are so hard, to find combinations that work well for different people—although this season [in fashion] there’s all that ’70s revival stuff, so it’s coming back.

Fashion has always loved the ’70s, but in the past couple of seasons that influence has really exploded on the runways. Did that make your job easier in any way?
It was good to see it all coming back and see it again through [modern] eyes. We didn’t use a lot of modern, ’70s-inspired pieces, but we did use a few, particularly things like footwear and accessories.  We ended up building a lot of the stuff, especially for the women. Those high-waisted pants and that sort of stuff needs a lot more fitting than your Lululemon yoga pants.


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Could you speak about how you sourced the costumes?
For as much as we possibly could, we use vintage. We started up purchasing a lot of vintage stuff months in advance, so we ended up with quite a large collection. But the problem with vintage is the weather—a lot of the vintage that’s available is not for Minnesota winters or North Dakota winters, definitely not for Canadian winters. Our leads we built things for. My mom, in her basement, had a big stack of 1970s Simplicity sewing patterns, and the sewing room had a great time with that. You can’t believe the fits or how things really were done. I also was quite lucky, because I had a fair amount of prep [time]. We also found a couple of stores that had deadstock that was literally from the 1970s, so we were able to source a bunch of parkas and men’s suits.

Shooting in the dead of winter in Calgary, did you have the cast in Thinsulate under their vintage pieces?
Oh, absolutely! Everybody had several choices of long underwear. [There’s] “it’s-sort-of-cold” weather, and there’s “freezing-I-might-die-in-the-cold.” We were lucky for season two that the winter wasn’t as cold. [In season one] we had to stop filming a couple of times. The coats that we made for Kirsten Dunst, we put extra lining and some more modern technology fabrics inside.


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Kirsten Dunst is quite a fashion fan. What was it like dressing her? Did she have a lot of input when it came to her costumes?
It was a lot of fun. She bought into the whole ’70s thing. She was in my fitting room for hours, literally, playing dress-up. On the same side, she was very respectful of my input. It was a good collaboration between the two of us. I would send pictures back and forth, and we would talk about things that worked for both of us.

Even after seeing only the first two episodes of the new season, Peggy [Dunst’s character] seems like one of the show’s most interesting figures, style-wise. What did you most want to convey about her personality through those choices?
We wanted everyone to realize that although she’s in this small town, she has bigger dreams and aspirations. In one of the first scenes that we see her in, she’s got stacks of fashion magazines. She dreams about going to L.A., about a world that’s much bigger than the world she has. We wanted to convey that, but also, she still lives in a small town in North Dakota and she doesn’t have unlimited finances, so she’s not going to New York and buying things. It’s figuring out how to do the looks she wants but in her small world.

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Turning On Dylan Strokes

This started out as me tying up my pup boys and then placing a lampshade over their heads to give them the illusion of anonymity, discretion, a claustrophobic space. Being contained inside ones own mind comes with the comfort of being in ones own space or headspace.

The metaphoric turning on of the human lamp, whom holds a light gag in his mouth while blindfolded, serves the purpose of visually representing the sexual energy. The bound victim feels less intimidated by outside strength and every little brush of skin heats up his senses in a bright, colorful way. Beautiful patterns project from the sex lamp casting onto my body as if to give back the sexual energy it is receiving from its user.

My good friend Alaska Thunderfuck, who you may have seen on Repauls Drag Race, plays the voyeur who watches from the cupboard. This film expresses a bit of macrophilia, a giantism fetish, with Alaska being larger than us. Her gaze is dominating and that drives the scene to proceed to climax.

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CBS Is Turning Training Day Into A TV Show

Training Day is a cult classic film, and it earned Denzel Washington an Oscar. CBS is hoping to flip the films success into a television show.

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CBS plans to turn Antoine Fuqua’s Training Day into a TV series. The network has ordered a pilot based on the 2001 film to be directed by Fuqua, who’ll also executive-produce the series with Jerry Bruckheimer.Training Day the show will pick up 15 years after the events of the movie, which will be set in a modern-day LAPD. It’s unclear whether or not Ethan Hawke or Denzel Washington (who won an Oscar for his villainous role) will appear on the show.

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Turning Dream Jobs Into Reality: Designer, Athena Procopiou

Everyone has a “dream job” lying dormant in their hearts. Unfortunately, it’s usually plagued by one negative thought: that it can’t become a reality. But many people have turned their dreams into daily realities. How did they get there? What inspires them? Surely they took all the right steps at the exact right time, without suffering any detours. I spoke to a few very successful people working their own “dream jobs” hoping to glean some insight.


Sundrenched sandy beaches, the sound of cicadas chirping in the trees and the scent of saltwater wafting through the warm island breeze. This idyllic image is the substance of many people’s recurring daydreams. But can those daydreams become the basis of a luxury lifestyle brand that’s quickly becoming synonymous with the image that inspired it? For the realization of that evolution of the daydream, look no further than Greek born, Switzerland bred, London based designer, Athena Procopiou.

“I was always surrounded by creativity and encouraged to develop my own,” Athena says from her color-filled studio in Chelsea. As a child, she studied classical piano and toured all over Switzerland. Later, History of Art studies at Christie’s in Paris ultimately led to graphic design at London’s Central St. Martin’s. It seems unavoidable that Athena would eventually helm her own brand; and she already had the perfect vision to fulfill.

“I’ve always identified with the well-travelled, free-spirited boho woman who is forever chasing the sun,” Athena tells me. It’s the stuff of any designer’s dreams the way her first scarf collection was instantly picked up by some of London’s coolest boutiques. Well-deserved, international success quickly followed.

“I absolutely love when a customer tags me on their Instagram photo wearing one of my kimonos while lounging on their super-yacht while cruising around the Mediterranean, or while dancing on a wind-swept sand dune with a pack of Gypsies in the desert!” she says, earnestly.

Her eponymous label has evolved and now also includes glamorous kimonos, boho-chic dresses fit for dancing by a beach bonfire and her latest addition, a covetable swim collection made in some of her most iconic prints. “My favorite pieces are the ones you can wear during the transition from the beach to sunset. You know, the little sun dresses and sexy fun kimonos which can be thrown over a bathing suit for after beach cocktails, but before you go out for the night?” I think each and every single item from her collection fits that criteria perfectly and, more often than not, tends to actually inspire many photo ready moments!


Illustration by Sara Lee Bentley inspired by Athena Procopiou’s “Dancing In Rio” kimono

Athena’s business strategy has been a major factor in her success. “I’m growing my business organically — letting it evolve season to season. I think it’s great to plan ahead but not to force it.” Moreover, she always trusts her instincts and turns to them when making important decisions, such as expanding from a scarf brand to a full lifestyle brand.

Trusting instincts is also the critical advice Athena offers anyone interested in beginning their own company. “Every day has its challenge, but in the end it’s a wonderful feeling to see something grow organically!” Another majorly important factor is brand recognition. “Even though my collections change each season I have several iconic designs which I carry over and incorporate into each collection,” she shares. “I use these as a ‘common thread’ to make my brand stand out. It’s important for any new designer to create and maintain their own brand identity.”

Despite her careful strategizing, Athena is amazed that in such a short amount of time, her label is carried in some of the best stores worldwide and she has an international clientele. “It shows that there are boho women all over the world that chase the sun just like me!” she says, enthusiastically. “It’s fantastic how I have customers from Bali to Bahrain and everywhere in-between.” She attributes some of her success to social media. “We’re so consumed with social networking on a global scale — the world seems so small on your iPhone! I’m able to use this wonderful platform to sell my dreams, products, lifestyle, brand and aspirations.”

Other than working with a great team, a favorite part of her job is when new deliveries arrive at the studio (everything is hand made in Italy) and the finished products look just like she envisioned when designing. But that’s not to be taken for granted. “I find production a very tough part of my job,” she says. This is especially thanks to Athena’s extremely high quality standards. “I design a luxury brand and the quality of the product needs to match the design. My customer notices the difference between great quality and mediocre quality — I always have to have the best quality in all my products.”

She tells me that the creative process is a constant work in progress; she has to make herself move on when one season is over and start fresh with a new collection. If this all seems slightly overwhelming, she admits that sometimes it is. “The best way to relieve my stress is through yoga,” she shares, easily identifying herself with the free-spirited, boho-chic, sun-chasing women she dresses.

What’s next on the colorful horizon? Other than her new swimwear line, Athena’s also working on home furnishings — fabrics, wallpaper and cushions. “Ultimately, I would love to have my own bricks-and-mortar flagship shop. But it needs to happen in its own time,” she says, waiting for her finely tuned instincts to give her the go ahead. Until then, she’s looking into pop-up shops in “various sun-drenched cities” to test the waters. “You may find the first Athena Procopiou pop-up shop in Mykonos next summer!” I’m sure that her customers will be mooring their super-yachts in port and lining up all along the island’s winding streets for the occasion. After all, that’s what they do in the daydream…

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Carmen and Nikki have had such awesome chemistry that they just keep gabbing… soon, Carmen has to grin while she waits to see how long until Nikki realizes she’s brought them to a bed.

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