Posts By Thomas Gorton

Charlotte Gainsbourg: shadow play

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Taken from the autumn/winter issue of Dazed. You can buy a copy of our latest issue here

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An essential guide to the films of Charlotte Gainsbourg

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Dazed will be publishing a series of articles with Charlotte Gainsbourg throughout the day – head here to read more. 

Charlotte Gainsbourg’s on-screen debut – Lemon Incest, a music video in which a 12-year-old Gainsbourg reclines on a black leather bed with her shirtless father,…

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Watch Molly Goddard’s party girls hit the runway at LFW

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Although I prefer going places where I’m the most attractive person in the room, this week I went backstage at Molly Goddard’s LFW show. Let me paint you a picture. Imagine, if you will, the most diverse crowd of beautiful girls in incredible dresses versus a 33-year-old man in deep, deep denial about his hairline. I’ve seen way too many episodes of Project Runway, so I was expecting absolute panic and carnage and missing models and girls getting sewn into…

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Remembering Basquiat through stories from those who knew him

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Jean-Michel Basquiat joined the 27 Club on August 12, 1988. He died young, at the height of his success, breaking through boundaries that had marginalised countless African-American artists their rightful place in museums, galleries, and history books. With the $110.5 million sale of his painting at auction earlier this year, Basquiat once again was established at the pinnacle of American…

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Dev Hynes co-stars in Charlotte Gainsbourg’s new video

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Dazed will be publishing a series of articles with Charlotte Gainsbourg throughout the day – head here to read more. 

Where “Rest”, the beautiful, recently-released title track of Charlotte Gainsbourg’s new album, was a slow and contemplative song, her newest single “Deadly…

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Sabrina the Teenage Witch is getting a horror reboot

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Sabrina the Teenage Witch is set to make a return to television, 21 years after the original show starring Melissa Joan Hart and a dry as fuck memeable cat called Salem first aired. This time though, it’s getting a horror reboot, developed as The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.

The CW and Warner Bros. are working on the potential show off of the Archie Comic series, which dark teen Netflix drama Riverdale is based on. The comics, as

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Japanese comics inspire Byblos’s latest collection

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Armando Iannucci film The Death of Stalin faces Russia ban

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Armando Iannucci’s black comedy about the aftermath of Joseph Stalin's death is facing a complete ban in Russia. An advisor to the culture ministry is labelling the film a “planned provocation”.

The Death of Stalin, which aired at the Toronto Film Festival last week, stars Adrian Mcloughlin as Stalin, Michael Palin as the Soviet leader’s protégé Vyacheslav Molotov, and also features Steve Buscemi, Jeffrey Tambor, and Olga Kurylenko. It’s a pointed satire that traces the…

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