“I never wanted to look young. I wanted to look great” Joyce Carpati.
Last night I attended a screening for the fashion documentary, Advanced Style – an extension of photographer Ari Seth Cohen’s much-loved blog of the same name that profiles Manhattan’s most stylish women over 50.
The film follows the lives of seven ladies ranging in ages from 62 – 95, all with their own unique personal style that challenges the traditional ideas of fashion, beauty and what this all means as your get older.
These women are truly wonderful and it’s made me realise that we all need to be wearing way more bangles… and big earrings… and hats… lots of hats!
Want to know where you can see it too?
Follow the link below for details…
Oh, and if you’re not able to make it to the cinema, there’s always the colouring book – because neither fashion, nor colouring are just for the young.
From 2nd October, check your local cinema for screenings:
Cinema Nova, Melbourne
Kino Cinema, Melbourne
Palace Brighton Bay, Melbourne
Palace Como, Melbourne
Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace, Sydney
Palace Norton Street, Sydney
Palace Verona Cinemas, Sydney
Luna Palace Windsor, Perth
Palace Electric, Canberra
Palace Centro, Brisbane
Regal Twin Cinemas, Brisbane
Palace Nova Eastend, Adelaide
State Cinema, Hobart
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