OUTFIT | The Artist

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The Alliance Francaise de Cebu holds a free movie viewing every second Friday of the month. When they announced that they were showing The Artist (starring Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo) I knew I had to go. Dujardin received a Best Actor award for this movie from Cannes and the Academy Awards. Aside from the fact that the movie was received well by critics, I thought the movie showed great fashion from the 1920s to 1930s. Dujardin, as George Valentin, a silent film actor, looked great in his tuxedos, and Bejo, as Peppy Miller, a rising “talkies” star, wore fashionable cloche hats. I loved what Peppy Miller wore when she met George at the Kinograph Studios’ building when George received the news that silent film productions would be discontinued. That dress was gorgeous, and the bag also. šŸ˜›

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This chair is also a beauty. Big and comfortable. Alliance Francaise moved to the old Spanish house in Lahug, beside the Mormons temple. That house was/is a beautiful house and my cousin and I would often talk aloud that we wish we own that house. The house is beautiful. Aside from Alliance Francaise, the house also serves as the new location for Le Maison, the restaurant.

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I loved all the pink touches of the house. Maybe a bit too much if I actually live there, but I don’t think I’d mind. I’m wearing vintage dress, gifted shoes, and thrifted bag.

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2 thoughts on “OUTFIT | The Artist

    1. I agree with the chair! It was really pretty. I believe they re-upholstered the chair because I saw the floral pattern in many of their other chairs. šŸ™‚

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