Baltimore. Garland, Texas. Iran. Yemen. ObamaCare. Iraq. Syria. Shia. Sunni. Clinton Cash. IslamoNazis. IRS. Benghazi. Lois Lerner. Thug. Federal Deficit. Islamic State. Hillary. Server. Delete 30,000 emails. War on police. Minimum wage. Mohammed cartoons. Racist. Transgender. Income inequality. BDS. Beheadings. Chemical weapons. Iranian nukes…
How about some pictures to help set aside—at least for a few precious minutes—the age of Obama.
Usually, we publish photos that have a central theme.
We’re feeling a bit scattered. Perhaps we’re spooked by ObamaCare, by what’s happening to this country. We are watching a national calamity unfold in slow motion, and we are helpless to stop it.
In any case, here are a few photos, most taken by yours truly, with an iPhone.
Seraphic Secret likes to follow trends in fashion. Our mission is to ignore the slutwear that parades as cutting edge design and focus instead on beautifully tailored outfits that are both flattering, ladylike, and modest.
As always, we do not highlight pant suits; they are a crime against femininity.
We are happy to report that the most interesting trend for Spring RTW ’14 is a flashback to the classic feminine silhouette with lots of color and lovely patterns.
The best outfits are a welcome reprise of the feminine 50s, featuring the crisp glamour of Grace Kelly, Kim Novak, Tippi Hedrin, Eva Marie Saint and Brigitte Bardot.
We continue our survey of the twenty greatest movies of the 1950s.
For the Twenty Greatest Movies of the 1940s, click here.
For a listing of the greatest movies of the 20s and 30s click here.
18. Vertigo, 1958
In 1962, Sight & Sound magazine, a British publication, launched a ten-yearly poll to evaluate the top ten films of all time among critics. Every year the top film of all time has been Citizen Kane, 1941.
Which tells you more about the film elites than about Orson Welles’ technically marvelous, if shallow and boring movie.
This year, the Sight & Sound poll came in with a new winner: Vertigo.