17 Burst results for "Laura Ashley"
"laura ashley" Discussed on Answer Me This!
"You'll pay pal. How payment will be off to yourselves <music>. It's about at that time. The show to throw to the phone line is not as good. I don't disagree good. We both agree with just like kindred spirits in so many ways they boost ooh. I got my bathroom cabinet mira for twenty six pounds from opens market and the reason bear with me. The reason was we went to san opens to buy from laura ashley. The laura ashley has turned into a jack wills now and it would cost one hundred twenty eight and laura ashley twenty six pounds market invention by the end of that story really ought to be there with the mona visa. Why do you think it's a good thing an amazing painting b-b-but brilliantly went with my dad. When i was about twelve we did let the classic shameless tourist trail as in pounds on the map not even the big ones just the mona lisa lisa we went in. We paid the money we got the map. We literally like walked three times the speed of usual walking just to get to the mona lisa specifically sore it and then when just what people do in florence as well <hes> there's the the famous gallery with lots of botched challenge stuff then there's another gallery and basically they're only big hit is michelangelo's. David have outside the big gallery all the good paintings things in there's a replica of maclean's david. She could just go and see that admittedly it. We'll have a little italian boy using it as a goalpost but same old really i suppose it's about the place that these artworks have in history and their significance in the history of our rub than is that they themselves necessarily the best things to look out for our time isn't it but she's right that people do spend a lot of i'm trying to unlock the mystery of the mona lisa enigmatic smile. What are those things mean in the background behind her and you just say it's a constipated looking woman. Sitting in front of some hills doesn't like she's leaning forward and just let one doesn't there are some genuinely interesting things about the mainly. If you sort of approach it is an intellectual exercise what the background is at different levels. There's an <hes>. There's an argument that it's not a woman a man to be honest. I was under the age of twelve but then the kind of thing that might be excited was disneyland. I'd need to go again now and think about it with the i mean i don't know much about the history of the world by a bit more so i'd probably find a bit more interesting. Now you still east its primary colder basically a child. I think most people actually you just want entertainment and destruction and you know as much as it might be more difficult appreciate a piece of art which was produced hundreds of years ago. It might be worth long long if you put the effort into doing on the other hand if he didn't like it then you didn't like it and then just get on and look at something else but it is interesting how certain works and certain things monuments and buildings and all the rest of it comes to be the ones that checklist and set ones that are equally as good just. Don't you know he's like sit in turn to paintings and really famous. It's actually pretty much the same pretty much the same thing it's now being ruined by thousand mouse mats. Yeah money is exactly the same. There's like fifty varieties of his view of parliament isn't there. They're all good and actually on the subjects houses of parliament big ben. That's the one that all the tourists come and see right and it's a nice tower. Don't get me wrong. What's no sent two point eight holiday form of rb pop trio misty. It's also months gondolas scandalous. This.
"laura ashley" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"An unsolicited takeover offer from an investment firm back in February. So I'm a little concerned about where Laura Ashley may be headed. And if this company is gonna survive. This does not look good. And honestly, I had forgotten that Laura actually still existed. Yeah. It's one of those brands that when you see it. It's so recognizable. Yeah. Oh, yeah, we've been talking about it in my family a lot. Actually, because when I thirteen I guess, a repaint my room and decorate and I had a head to toe lar- Ashley room ceiling, the floor side to side and the curtains still exist from that room. And I know this because my mother got them out the other day. What was the color story of those curtains, purple, the whole, the whole room was lavender, a walls, relavent her the bed sat was lavender. The with that floral print that is so recognizable. The curtains were lavender sheers that went all the way down on the floor. The only problem was, we weren't going to replace the carpet because that's a pretty big expenditure. So I had all that lavender and some pink carpet. I wasn't up pink combat team. So it was rough going for a couple of years. I do love how feminine it is. I do. I hope they're able to pull something out. I really do. So if I'm remembering correctly, Laura. Ashley, the company does not currently still make clothes. I think they ju just furnishings. I was on there. I was on the dockside recently. Because I was looking I was just trying to remember what they were doing. They, they do clothing. Yeah. I'm looking at some floral print dresses right now. Do they look modern? I think the cuts are modern. I'm looking at a very beautiful yellow and white sheath, dress right now it's one hundred fifty eight dollars. It's made from linen blend. It's something I definitely would wear. I just have this time capsule image of Laura Ashley dresses in my head. Probably because whenever I find them through stores. It's like that early eighties. Prairie dress kind of vibe. I think that's part of it too. There's so much that can be thrift it from this company that is vintage that some of it works, and some of it is very much feels like of the time, but all the fabric seems to have held up like a champ for some reason flowers. Don't die those curtains, those curtains, are still kicking are actually, you know, that's along the same the same theme here of missed out. I wonder why everybody's so. Oh nostalgic. All the sudden because everything is terrible and going up in flames. That would do it that there's comfort and thinking back and being like, oh wasn't it? So great. I don't really know if it really was great. But maybe there's some solace in it somewhere. Probably just felt great because we weren't on the internet all day. To watch it all burn out the next day. Anyway, I'll take those problems to be. Nope. Don't really have a transition away from the nostalgia, but I have this blunt Siaga is going to offer full for your scholarships to two students at the Pratt institute..
"laura ashley" Discussed on Pop Fashion
"Life of the new army greens is anticipated to be six years compared to four years for the what's called the ASU, which is their current dress uniform, that has a navy blue jacket. You know, like we're looking at technology for making something more durable like Terio costs, and we're looking at style to a little bit will. They be made in. China. Oh, that's not allowed you can't make military uniforms overseas. Oh, that's a good rule. They have to be made at home. Yeah. Yeah. They have to be made at home in less. So I learned about this. When I was in grad school, the only way that they can that our military uniforms can be made overseas. Is if it is an item that there are no resources. Wanna make it here. So I can't think of any examples off the top of my head. But, you know, the, the military could make the case to the government when the doing budgeting things to say nobody makes this type of hat here. So we have to I see we have to bring it in from somewhere else. So it's in some cases but for the most part it all gets made here. That's fantastic. First of all, my first thought was as these are rolling out. Are they going to get hit with tariffs because we're in the middle of just a mess with that? Would that not be like the worst kerfuffle ever off? It would just be awful. So I'm glad that we don't even have to worry about that. Yeah. Putting that aside I love this history. I knew some of it, but not all of it. I didn't realize that the BIC witty of the color, that's when it entered into becoming fashionable or Dopp dot color. More totally make sense. And I love how military fashion has influenced current fashion you and I saw it through an exhibit at the Mets. And I can't remember which one it was was it the China one? Or was it wasn't McQueen? I don't remember honestly, but remember discussing it with you of being like oh, you can say, there's a straight line between dot jacket that we saw and this trench coat that we wear. It was just a fascinating look at just seeing how fashion history can bump up against this. One subject matter is really interesting to me. Yeah. And it's interesting how we've seen a little bit more militaristic looks in fashion of late. I think maybe maybe it was two years ago. We had like a run of this, where you saw camouflage again on the runway. And very and then we also have some very military ask tailoring that has come up recently. So it's really funny to see how they influence one another. But also how huge organization like the army can go back into its archives and look and say, like, wow, like when will be the most proud of. Of how we looked what we were doing. And, and let's go back to something that looks like that fascinating. So you, you look good. You feel good. Right. I don't know. I can't wait to, to look at these uniforms. I can't wait to see a picture Iago look real cute. Seen some pictures Yalo grow cute. Transition sentence. Laura Ashley isn't doing so. Well, I we're talking about Laura Ashley the company, not the person because the person did the company is struggling Laura. Ashley is a British textile design company was founded in the nineteen fifties grew and became an international retail chain. It's height was maybe the seventies early eighties where a lot of Laura, Ashley prints really entered into the market and became very popular. It's very floral and feminine. The company is now owned by a conglomerate out of Malaysia, Laura Ashley, the person was a Welsh fashion designer who originally made furnishing materials, and then expanded into clothing design. So here's what's going on with Laura. Ashley right now. Their stock prices fell over twenty percents. They have not been having great earnings as of late. They've been hit by store closures and the termination of a license agreement with a Japanese partner. The company also pushed away.
"laura ashley" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"Just let me just go over something. I haven't discussed of how disturbing their tag lines are especially sonya's. She says people call me over the top. But lately, I prefer being a bottom. What an awful line like what gay front of yours wrote that for you. I mean, first of all your daughter just made coom loud. She had a very difficult time saying, but that that is your that is your thing that that it's just about having sex and being on the bottom like, and then I noticed that next week. They're doing yoga, and she goes down my back hurts I can no longer be on top. So does that mean someone working on the production who helped write her tagline was like, you know, what says you can't fuck on top anymore? I thought of a great tagline for your send you what does it doll? How about people call me over the top? But lately, I prefer a bottom back. God. I love it. I love it. I do prefer bringing a bottom lately. Okay. That's a great tagline for you. So Nya, then Lens's I plead guilty to being fabulous that that was pretty good. And Ramona's was. The only thing I want to settle for is more. I think that's pretty good. And then Tinsley is game set. Now. I mean a match. I didn't think that was great. But I guess they're getting into her playing tennis. And she's looking for a husband because we don't know if it's going to be Scott. And then Bethany is is when like when life gives me limes, I make Margaritas. Let's go back to you know, skinny girl Margarita, which is smart. And then during his if you have a problem with me, it's your problem again during a not the most clever thing, you could come up with or the writers to come up with. I wasn't really that impressed. So let's get into what's going on. Well, dirigiste is talking to the new girl, Barbara who I think disappears after this episode. She brings her over because she's like a contractor, and she wrote a book stilettos, what does it the contractor instill lettuce or something she's a female contractor and during Hazar come over to look at her apartment. But then all of a sudden or industries saying, you know, what you know, what Barbara you're drinking the Kool aid you drink in the cool. Eight Laura Lou and says, it's a cherry. It's a cherry. I guess it's a charge. It's not a good look for Uber. It's not a good look. No. I'm just saying, you know, what I did everything for the wet. I took her to church, I gave her prayer cards. I get sick over this Barbara getting sick over this get the hell out. So during distill freaking out on the chin luanne are not on good terms. Meanwhile, Tinsley needs to get to bow talks that our job, which apparently is what Bethany did that's exciting. Thank God Tinsley has to co-stars her mother and her dog because that's basically the people she films with the most. And I think Kinsley has an interesting life story. I'd like to get her on the podcast in a little bit more. Because people were asking me, what was your background before? What's her family background like what would about her other series? Like what else what other businesses was she involved in because they just really kind of have her hanging out with your dog. So she has a little doggy fashion show. She said, I'm getting back into charity. I'm gonna help these friends with pause charity. But then there's only one dog out of the whole thing that's being adopted. So I didn't think that was, but you know, maybe brought attention to the place. So all the ladies come and they model with their. Dogs and walk around. And then they go on a boat and Bethany has one of the worst outfits at Bethany ever war. It looks like with these dolls called a Holly hobby and should a friend name Heather, so I liked it. Because there was a doll. And it's like, it's like, Laura Ashley meets little house on the prairie. And it's a bright orange color, and it was up to the neck, and it was just awful. And then she was on the boat, and it was cold. So then she wrapped a gray big blanket around her. So this bright, orange and grey..
"laura ashley" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"So you're there every night for. Are you there for four nights over the course of a we see the people sitting around that was women who science was a white woman who are sorry. And like, it looked cool. But like, yeah, I can't really do that. But like we're putting on something that is almost like an event to put on these clothes that there's a coolness to it. And so if you can do that without being offensive there. That's kind of cool, right? I went to my first Indian wedding not so long ago. And I was so nervous. I like I kept asking the bright. Are you? Sure. Are you? Sure were sorry and like had the best time. But but to the point about appropriation so bat Sheva Hayes husband is as fashion photographer. And when they were dating before she had sort of gotten fully in on the altar orthodox movement. They went to Williamsburg, and they essentially dressed her up like she was an ultra orthodox woman, and they did it like a a sort of fashion photo shoot as if vogue were doing shoot in Williamsburg. And and she obviously. A somewhat uneasy, and you know, I don't know the intricacies of their marriage or her religious life, obviously. But based on the New Yorker article, she has an uneasy relationship with what is required of her in in this version of Judaism, and what what the sort of gender roles are here. And so she is playing with that is she appropriating it like, that's sort of complicated. Right. Because because it's not like Hispanic women are wearing Laura Ashley dresses in Williamsburg. But there is something that she's thinking about and working through there. Yeah. And the dresses are not it's not like wearing a sari like if you look at the dresses, some of them are cut short, some of them have cropped tops. They're not obviously, referencing a single culture. You know, they're they're sort of referencing lots of different things. So I feel like you do see her mind kind of trying to work something out in the designs of the dresses. You know, I think maybe that's also what people like about it is that it's intellectual fashion is that she it is like a Cindy Sherman photograph where you're like. Yeah. Through stuff. Yeah. And she's not a designer like her. She's an attorney who clearly has some sense of it. But you know, she is very open that like, I I don't know how to do certain parts of this. Well, the other thing about max maxi dresses, which are considered, you know, modest clothing for some people like they're incredibly impractical in an office. Like I've seen women in our off you have to kind of roll them up a little bit. So that they don't get caught in the wheels of the office chair. You know, there is also a need to be practical. Yeah. You know, like we do live in a world where we're going to have to go through turnstiles or ride a by or even get in a car, you know, like driving in a maxi dress most hobbies challenges. Yeah. When you put on one of these dresses, you're not projecting. I operate with an air of modern efficiency, which might be the appeal to some. But to me that is the non appeal interesting that makes me want to buy it. Never some. All right. If any of you've been wearing traditional clothing and particularly to work, let us.
"laura ashley" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"And then at the same time, she had this vintage, Laura Ashley, dress, remade, Laura. Ashley is remember the eighties. Remember, it's like a certain kind of light. Yes, Luke, old fashioned floral, the volume lot of volume and she had to remain to be like almost a caricature of itself and had a bunch remade. And they became a sensation. And he didn't become a sensation necessarily among orthodox women. And she also made. Versions of this for children thinking that this would be like fun for kids. They didn't become a sensation for kids. They became a sensation. For adult women, particularly sort of like fashiony, downtown's sort of cool girls who wanted to dress like they were on the prairie or in Victorian times. Six years old also yes, six years old six years old told us. Yes. Yeah. Really like Lena Dunham was really into it. So what do we think that's about is that returning to like the prairies of America? Or is this a reaction to like, you know, decades of wearing fewer and fewer close is it like the last way to transgress is to sort of become a traditionalist like what what's happening here. Yeah. I remember somebody called them. Don't fuck me dresses on that sense. They do you think it's a me too reaction like that. I don't buy that personally because it's sexy and its way. Well, right there is this sort of like, I'm call to you know, what I'm gonna do. Well, the other thing is that when you when you have. A lot of fabric in volume. And and like what seems like but Chiba often uses like heavy corduroy. If you're not skinny as fuck, you're gonna lose gigantic. So you're still in a sense showing off your body, even when you're completely covered from head to toe. Sure. Yeah. I cannot imagine myself in one of these. Although our co host Christina Qatar Ritchie rule war. I don't know if it was about Cheever us, but she were version of this style to our live show, and she looked great like, I we should've called Christine announcer. Okay. Tell it tell us about like what you like about these dresses. If it is. It's like don't fuck me. But it is look at me like they're very they're very stylized and unusual and it's almost like walking around and costume. Yes. You know? It's like on the edge of dress up that way, not modest in the sense of like don't like don't notice me. You know, they they definitely like turn the head the stress is there like mitt Tallec, and they have rose in this sort of ruffles at the neck, and you know, and there cinched it's not like they're. They're not baggy. You know, they're probably fun to wear. I think that's probably part of it. Like, you know, it it feels like something genuinely new like fashion is trying to recycle transit you. And you're like, okay bell-bottoms again. All right excited. But this is like it's an event to wear it. Probably. And I do think there's something about like, this is the the last transgression left that like how do you? How do you sort of go counterculture and a cultural were just about everything is permitted on? That is sort of a liberal piety that everything is permitted in the only the only bad thing, you can do is say that someone choices wrong, right? It's something. It's something about that. Well, I also love the idea of dressing up. I love the idea of wearing a costume. And since you know, at various I remember other points in time. We might have felt like dressing up in custody might have been like appropriate thing. Someone else's clothing. Like, I remember going to see the ring..
"laura ashley" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Yes. To see that now. Yes. And to think about that. Yeah. When you were a kid like just thinking about like, my parents friends that would come around God, they must be so old. And then thinking at that time they were younger than I am now. That's wild tug lashed joke. You know that joke, right? Where it's like when you're a kid, and it's. I'm a fifty year old. Now. Now, here's a flyer, man. Come see my band. Yes. But still you think to get serious about it though. Now, we. People are my aged. Look, they try to look like when my parents like my mom dressed late sixty year old day race. And now talking about it. It's my head Herman switcher. Surely, it's like, I know now mom, and I'm forty and this is how. Yes. So now I wear like Laura Ashley dresses and right? You know, whatever. Whereas I'm still dressed like fifteen some of that. I don't know how much of that is I think some of it is true throughout America. And a lot of it is like being in LA people. Are we all think we're young forever? Everyone wants to cling to that. Like, I think if you maybe maybe in Georgia's a different like, that's there's a country mom uniform. Sure just certain areas in Atlanta. There's they're cool people or whatever in Atlanta. But but definitely in the southeast. There's definitely like your country. Mom. Ow. So here's what you wear. Here's how you get your haircut. And yeah, I think he should start wrestling that and see if you get busted for stolen valor. What what's the first born? Question vaccinations are pulls it in your. Aller dolly. It falls under the same thing as bands that said they were gonna retire like in kissed had their final tour in two thousand one. Then they're like, I'm fifty why am I why am I retired? Right. What's the generation before them? What? Now, you're fifty. You're not a rockstar anymore. You retire? You move on with your life, and you live on your millions and millions of dollars. Right. I used to want to do this. So they keep. Making music around. It's it's the same thing we live at it's different than. Yes. What was the norm prior? Yes. My point. And speaking of Rockstars you had a celebrity sighting starting already. What what was it? Is it a rock star or a musician PC person from the music world? Yes. As I texted you I picked the exact wrong moment to check into the hotel. Yeah. Because that entire entourage. Was checking in was loading like the wardrobe. Right. Right, right. And one guy was checking them in. But it was checking in everybody one by one and going. All right, Sarah, boy, then where's wardrobe on right here? Dan, Sarah, McLaughlin. Sure it was wardrobe. Okay. So is the band or solo artist? This is a solo artist what you have to stop and think about it someone who used to be in a band cancer that why not. Yes. Yeah. By the way, the people all the find the fine, folks, Virginia Beach all who are listening right now, they all know who this is the person was playing I talked about it on this got Got it..
"laura ashley" Discussed on KTRH
"For their manager has no vision. We really just play the west coast. Why wouldn't you keep doing exactly what you're already doing? I mean, we just. Play your music to a rather large, audience blackberry. Smoke will send me within Charlie will send me an Email once a year. Ruin chicago. You don't even have a station up here. People coming up and saying they found us on your show. New Jersey New York you name it. The your listeners seek us out come to the shows by back page backstage passes and come back and make sure that they tell us that they found found us on your show, which is pretty cool. Lauren. Good morning. You're on very show. I'm sorry. Hey, so I heard. I'm sorry. How old are you starting or Lauren's one of those names that you don't find people over about Forty-five heaven, but between about thirty and forty five you see a lot of Lawrence was a popular name for Lowell. Yeah. Apparently, my mom wanted to name. My name is Ashley. And apparently, my mom wanted to name me, Laura, Ashley. But she just couldn't do that to me more actually with the big in the eighties. So yeah. Ashley. That she I don't know if you remember back in the eighties. But you remember those garish floral prints that were everywhere on fabric on clothes from the eighties. That's Laura Ashley and my mom's a designer. Yeah. She looks like a fabric designer this sounds kind of amazed. So would you go to a Laura Ashley store or would? They just have her line in stores everywhere, it would mostly fabrics. So you could go to like a store that sold draperies, and they would have more. Ashley, you could go to a store with children's clothes little girl's clothes, and they would have more. Ashley. Yeah. I remember now I hate that. Yeah. Me too. I'm so glad that she didn't do that. But anyway, nobody would have known your middle name unless they called you buy it. Right. I actually went by Ashley all throughout high school. So. Yeah. And now, you're right. Yeah. I'm always curious when women do that. I'm not sure what that means. Would you like to read the charge of the light brigade? I'm million with Tennyson. I have a master's in English. But I don't remember it off the top of my head..
"laura ashley" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"laura ashley" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"laura ashley" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Reading lots of red lots about capri history so trading today uh derivatives so yes science complaint complex stuff in american investment bank uh it was a you a uk a pension schemes and big run in the uk amazing place to work but i just felt that might by passion was not strong for for that pile of for fun at says it was full for businessman always had emir wanted to set up a business ice the cell caused the school sort of things with and swath of the always always been entrepreneur i am going to ask in a second if you do this chapter stuff want you fat because i knew that the i'll ask you that in a minute let's turn our attention that to some of these business stories of the day laura ashley's in news and i guess one of the reasons that's interesting is that that's us sort a classic story where of course the name is associated with the individual who started the business that individual saturday no longer with us and then of course it becomes a copa and then when it becomes a culprit struggles yeah yeah no i i think his yes one woman is typical names which has been highstreet forever armies the game they with my mom all the time i guess it's just everybody had those early in the '70s everybody had those floral prints every year yeah i'd certainly hello so high enough i think is to scott essentially tied and the united with online online retail uniting there's lots of new competitors out there by to see that the trying to bring in moore's experience in hotel peanuts the way retail is is really going so people cannot of buy stuff online so why would you would go out to a store and i think uh retail physical released trump focusing crane experience with we have a hottest oh overlook live kyko we will definitely try to have an experience and short teach people out chocolate are you wish are you a man chiappero you somebody finds an absolutely a polling experience uh it depends what i'm shopping for a is what what do you like shopping for them what do you find is is difficult a good question i like shopping for for cost me pacifico iman surfeit swim mums birthday emigrants birthday on him on how many a.
"laura ashley" Discussed on Crash On My Couch
"Weakland idiot winkler dani weekly media is the weekly it is which should be asked because we're trying to me try making at revile big live so like we said earlier a lot of our segments have been usergenerated because you guys are is death asked um and this one is from lauren ashley thank you laura ashley for sending nison at twenty four lauren ashley you to bomb um she said in an article which is really interesting um if a a woman was tonight emotional support peacock on a united flight uh so open can you just say that i again yes so this is as the headline yeah this is news for jacks dot com woman denied emotional support peacock on united flight suit united nigeria where will united end you know cut any item will be an emotional paul that's a really good question of animal that's a really good question and like uh on the line of being insensitive what does constitute an emotional support animal is only trained animals but can you train a peacock to support your micheli i germany fell like um if i had a dolled it will be like a good abolish wine with me i can i really they both was really better there from from that i felt like lately agree i but that i don't stunned i don't know anything about peacocks i'll tell you right now they're not their birds since we are not they're not um but like other alley cuddly dog like yet to the they probably show love show love in the motion the beautiful animals but they you shouldn't like especially this it looks like it's a male peacock across sounds like she just wants to take a pico on the plane no that's exactly what it was it sounds like someone might have had an emotional connection with a peacock made me not definitely not emotional the poor animal but she just wanted to take her because was like we are shore going let me see i can i ask the arctic clocking peak or home his plane and we're going to do it there pictures to you that are so good.
"laura ashley" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show
"That conversation i feel like gung kirk if the oscars were in november nolan would have probably one ah i will say like i liked dunkirk aydin love it i is a technically precise foam and i i did loved the tension in it but i i i still can't tell you the names of any of those character got about at the second i walked out interchangeable black hat blades being hardly like you know if you told me that i was going to end up liking darkest hour more than dunkirk i would have needed oc at like i you know i still think about some of the visuals that movie and i still think about garryowen's for fronts bed mandelson's performance was so great um so yeah it's it's dunkirk is just kind of one of those instances of like oh we saw oh yeah we know you wanted an style over some areas i think um now okay animated feature we all know it's cocoa as i am seriously boss baby and ferdinand her now oscar nominees yet at me started at laura ashley giles got a gagging go for it this is your last name for lego batman because tests shaft s now what am i don't the oscars like the lego movies because lego movie didn't get nominated beckett snub to everyone's we we were almost give not all son now hatemi i don't think i could swear so you might have to believe that out by any let it happen that's that's atvs whereas bush that's okay now um but yeah what what's the deal why don't they like lego moses a too little kid issue and a lot of little aden.
"laura ashley" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"laura ashley" Discussed on Answer Me This!
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"laura ashley" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show
"But i guess i feel like it's um like give someone rights apart for you that is that is has the same emotional range the having real life that sounds like you and mostly looks like you except for the laura ashley addresses leg is the then the only obstacle would be if he gets sowing near had the eu fuck up the lines or or count can't relax and just talk quite geared just talking to someone instead of the truth which is there is a crew and a camera like i mean in other words it's not the same as if i was um acting in a row that's has not is nothing light may which is what most sectors two parts that are anything like what they're really like yesterday or shirley a lot of work bridgestone some sort of personnel put up on rural yes to stretch that much to be honest with you because i i think that i my rangers limited also wong um i mostly in just consider an act of god the zach hired me light that some something out of the blue do you remember on b which when um she would put a spell on someone and they would say something and then they would go why do i say that do you remember that device they must seal that's how i was he loves how i um jim so she probably muted her mike i was home people in on the hero for a saying buses.
"laura ashley" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Cinema Show
"Where blacks worn gave us and operatic vision of being consumed by ones passion or obsession mother aims for nightmares instead there's none of that films fashion magazine of lay the couple played by lauren's end bottom lead in a country house that's got more in common with a 90s laura ashley catalogue musical elements have also been stripped to a minimum at a press conference shortly after the film's premiere aronovski told us how he is cola and sound pellet came together it was interesting because you know we started the process working with johan johansson at one of the greatest composers working today and both of us as we experimented for months with music realize that whenever you put music into is seen it immediately told the audience how to feel and the entire purpose of mother is that it's a mystery it's constantly surprising the audience you don't know where it's going to go and we didn't want to make the audience ever feel safe because jennifer's character in the movie never feel safe jennifer's characters constantly trying to figure out what's happening to her and any time you put music into the movie at leaned into a certain a motion i've always been interested in sound design and i worked with craig hannigan my sound designer on this one like i have for the last six films or so and it was all about bringing the audience once again into mothers point of view because i wanted the audience to experience mother and her take on on on this invasion that was happened to her because that's the point to the movie.