As winner of the Cannes Festival's Art Cinema Award, 'NO' stars Gael GarcĂa Bernal in the true story about one of the most unlikely political outcomes in world history. The Pablo LarraĂn directed arthouse film follows a group of young media executives and activists as they manage to remove Chileâs dictator, armed with only 15 minutes of television airtime in the early hours of the morning. Bernalâs cynical young advertising executive, Rene Saavedra, who is asked to spearhead the âNoâcampaign opposing the Pinochet regime, is a layered and nuanced leading man. Meanwhile, the seamless blending of scripted scenes with archive footage from the historic campaign makes NO a compelling period piece.
Following its Oscar nomination, the filmâs
distributors will be making the film available to view for a limited time on
iTunes, starting tomorrow and running for an exclusive two-week window.
'NO' film poster, directed by Pablo LarraĂn
Rebecca Minkoff A/W '13, New York Fashion Week
Photos from Fashionising
Diane von Furstenberg A/W '13, New York Fashion Week
Photos from Fashionising
Prabal Gurung A/W '13, New York Fashion Week
Photographer: Daniel Dykes
Mara Hoffman A/W '13, New York Fashion Week
Herve Leger by Max Azria A/W '13, New York Fashion Week
Photographer: Sabrina Bangladesh
Nautica A/W13 menswear collection, New York Fashion Week
Photo credit: Fashionising
EDUN, New York Fashion Week A/W '13
Andrew Cooper, Bip Ling, Patricia Field; Diet Coke 30th Birthday Party at Sketch
Stylish Sketch bar in London was the scene of Diet Coke's sleek anniversary soiree last night. I arrived (a little bit too) fashionably late, but found time to enjoy the small exhibition showcasing some of the beverage brand's iconic celebrity-led campaigns from the past thirty years, featuring Paula Abdul and Whitney Houston's Diet Coke ads and Heidi Klum's Oscar dress from the 'Heart Truth' campaign. Apparently, I'd already missed Patricia Field's introduction of her personally designed range of glass bottles--the latest in a ongoing series of collaborations that has seen the fashion houses of Karl Lagerfeld, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Moschino and Diane von Furstenberg all lending their talents to the classic coke bottle, creating hot new accessories out of soft drink packaging. London it-girl Bip Ling was there to DJ and best-dressed guests included Peaches and Pixie Geldof, but everyone agreed the star of the show was clearly model-to-watch, Andrew Cooper (newly appointed star of the 'Diet Coke hunk' campaign), who made a flashy grand entrance mid-party to the tune of Etta James' 'I Just Want to Make Love to You.' All-in-all, a short but sweet night. Saccharine sweet, to be exact. Cheers to Diet Coke for its thirty fashionable years--still don't look a day over 25.
Happy birthday to Diet Coke from us
Packaging through the ages
Seat of honour
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