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Omg I've wanted the valentino shoe forever! I hope they get them back in stock... ofcourse my size is gone. The florestine collection helen hill. Its not that bad man. Jheeez another banger. I thought i was gonna see some rare shoes lmao. Or maybe designer. The royals and new balances are pretty cool. Florentine collection. Florentine collection angels. Florentine collection catholic. The florestine collection item. Rip lil peep.
So love your taste and how you actually really try to take nonexpensive hight street items and make them look so couture. Loving your style xoxo. Snap fam 🤘🏻. This is a very nice collection. Where's your outfit from the one you wearing on here could you do a lookbook on how to dress the shoes with outfits. John wall reebok zig zag lol probably the only person with those 😂. SO FIRE 🔥. The Florestine collection les. The Library of Congress’s decision to place Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” video on the National Film Registry got most of the headlines when the selections for 2009 were announced at the end of the year. “Dog Day Afternoon, ” a film that reminds one of how great this city is, and why the seventies had their moments, made it, too. But Close Read was more interested in one of the Library’s less well known choices: “Scratch and Crow, ” by Helen Hill. It was one of two films named to the registry under the rubric of student works. The other was “Hot Dogs by Gauguin, ” by Martin Brest, who went on to make “Beverly Hills Cop” and “Scent of a Woman” (and “Gigli, ” but never mind about that). Helen Hill made ever-more accomplished works, many using handmade animation, notably the beautiful “Mouseholes, ” and was almost done with “The Florestine Collection, ” a mix of animation and documentary about a New Orleans seamstress, when she was murdered three years ago this week. Hill and her husband Paul Gailiunas (whom I knew from college) had fled New Orleans with their baby son when Katrina hit. Paul, a doctor, had cared for patients in a clinic for the poor and uninsured; it was work he cared about deeply, but he wasn’t sure about going back to a half-destroyed city. Helen was sure, and launched a postcard campaign among their friends to persuade him. A few months later, just before dawn, she got up and opened the door to her garden. Someone fleeing the scene of another crime broke into the house, and shot her. He then shot her husband, who was shielding their child with his body. Paul was hit three times but, due to the trickery of bullet angles, not too badly hurt, and their son was untouched. Helen was shot in the neck, and died quickly. It is very good that Helen Hill’s film is on the registry. It is there because of its artistry, and should be remembered for that. Her whole body of work (much smaller than it might, and ought, to have been) also contains artifacts of an American city that was deluged, and what those who loved it lost. Six people were murdered in the twenty-four hours that included Hill’s death. The New Orleans police department was still reeling when Hill was murdered—some detectives were working out of a trailer. Her killer has never been caught. But this is a moment to congratulate the Library of Congress on a good pick. And there is still plenty to celebrate in New Orleans. As a New Yorker, one hopes that the Jets win their playoff game this weekend, but if they don’t (and since the Steelers are out), then I’ll be cheering for the Saints, and their—and Helen Hill’s—city. (Images courtesy of The Helen Hill Collection, Harvard Film Archive, and Jake Hill. ).
Aren't those Kobe 11 elite low actually 9's? Great collection tho 👍🏻. Gained a sub 💯. I went through a major classy stage and now I'm reversing back into trashy as I age LMAO. just of. I like to fuse them trashy xo. I need to try that pro tip on five guys. thanks. The Florestine collection printemps. The Florestine collection. That s pretty cool.