The Washington Post
Why Peg Bundy Was the True ’90s-Sitcom Domestic Goddess
When Fashion Designers Become Directors, They Bring Movies a Much-Needed Visual Stamp
Where Have All the Erotic Thrillers Gone?

The Cut
I Think About This a Lot: The Time Bob Dylan Starred in a Victoria’s Secret Ad
I Think About This a Lot: The Sopranos Edition

Buzzfeed Reader
I’m Obsessed With These 1970s Cosmo Covers

Cars, Long-Legged Babes, and Oh Yes, Beards!

The Outline
Let Women Make Erotic Thrillers
Live, Laugh, Love Like a ’70s Supermodel
What Is It You Do, Again?

The Village Voice
In William Klein’s Fashion Films, Humor and Critique Clash Playfully
In the Quad Cinema’s Series of Erotic Thrillers, Women Do as They Damn Well Please
An Alamo Drafthouse Series Assembles the Delights and Depravities of “Fashion in Film”

Lust in Space

A Classic Film Reminds Us That Modeling Is Labor
Judy Chicago’s Collaboration With Dior is Beautiful, But Its Feminist Ambitions Are Questionable

To Die For Presents a Nightmare Version of Toxic Femininity

The Erotic Thriller Wild Things Deserves a Better Reputation Than “Guilty Pleasure”

Halston is the Best Fashion Film of 2019 So Far

Pretty When You Cry: Isabelle Adjani’s Tragic Heroines
What’s Wrong With Being Sexy?: Revisiting Emmanuelle

How J&B Scotch Became Hollywood’s Most Plugged Product

Cherry Picks
How Jane Fonda Gave Klute Complexity—and an Oscar
Working Girl at 30: I Still Admire Melanie Griffith’s Big-Shouldered Pluck

Roger Ebert
On Mona May, the Queen of ’90s Movie Fashion
Sexualized Innocence: Revisiting The Blue Lagoon

Rolling Stone
Goodbye, Girls: How the Finale Took on the Groundbreaking Show’s Legacy

The Best Part of I Feel Pretty is Michelle Williams’ Puppy Dress
Laura Dern’s Outfits Are the Best Part of the Twin Peaks Reboot

Winona Ryder is the Queen of Misfit Teenage Romance

Fatal Instinct Is Still a Funny Swipe at Erotic Thrillers’ Dumb Sexiness

The Camp Fashion World of Portfolio

Extra Crispy
Phantom Thread Is Really a Movie About Breakfast
Breakfast in Groundhog Day Is Both Heaven and Hell

Conjuring Books at the Most Magical Library in the World

Film Comment
Love is Colder Than Death
Seventies Domestic Discontent
Nastassja Kinski: From the Heart
Cleaning Out the Closet: Fassbinder’s Fashion

Dressing for the Apocalypse: Fashion at the End of the World

Truth or Dare Turns 25, But of Course Madonna Is Timeless

Little White Lies
Why I Love Jayne Mansfield’s Performance in The Girl Can’t Help It
An Appreciation of Amy Heckerling

What Should We Do
Truly, Madly, “Desperately”: The Glory of Madonna in 1980s NYC
A Street to Honor a Trailblazing Magazine—And Woman

Joan’s Digest
Lace Gloves & Cheez Doodles