Strong's weak review.
Plus: what to do with extra-sweet early-spring spinach, all in this week's 'New York.'
What does it mean when we take these TV properties and turn them into cinematic jokes?
This just takes the whole what's-reality-and-what's-in-her-head schtick too far.
Also: Ewan McGregor and "the impossibly gorgeous Eva Green" in Perfect Sense.
"The girls in this movie, all they seem to do was complain and scream."
"Listen, anything could have been going on under those hooded parkas of Ms. Wang’s. She could have been cooking an entire meal for her family."
Plus Narciso Rodriguez, 3.1 Phillip Lim, and Rodarte's welcome jolt of creativity.
Glittering wigs in gold, red, green, and blue; fringe and satin in every color; and a model wore a bejeweled rendition of what a Chinese dragon would look like if it were a Rockettes costume.
The designer took some inspiration from a decidedly immodest source: vintage porn films.
"The thing is, the icy blonde Hitchcock heroine is well-worn territory."
Plus Herve Leger, Jen Kao, Halston, Dennis Basso, and more.
"It was what you would call a 'want it, need it, bought it' collection, and there’s nothing wrong with that."
Plus: Theyskens' Theory and Thom Browne's nutty extravagance.
"The clothes were body-conscious and ladylike, but retained the twisted glamour we've come to expect from Jacobs."
One reporter asked if the fashion icon was on 'Sex and the City.' Close!
"All the lush, cocoon-y outerwear was clever, not clownish or immature."
Plus DKNY, Diane Von Furstenberg, and shows that are fire hazards.