Pick up this week's vita.mn if you haven't already for a nice rundown of many of MSPIFF's films. The story's online too, of course, but it's nice to sit down with the paper and map out your movie plan of attack. There are a few food-themed selections this year that I'm anxious to see, like "Secrets of the Grain" (which I'm about to miss tonight but can catch again Thursday) and "The Biggest Chinese Restaurant in the World", a documentary about The West Lake Restaurant, its owner and employees (almost 1,000 of them).
I'm also pumped to see the new Gael García Bernal comedy, "Rudo y Cursi," which will be presented by director Carlos Cuaron.
I honestly have barely had any time the last few days to go over the MN Fashion Week schedule and commit to any events. Plus, it's kind of the 11th hour of planning my own event a week from tonight (Pink Elephants at La Belle Vie, got your tickets?). What's everyone hitting up? What should I definitely not miss?
My sister sent me a link to Mohop sandals yesterday. They're animal-friendly and eco-friendly, not to mention incredibly versatile:
How versatile? Each pair comes with 5 interchangeable ribbons which can be tied in numerous ways so you can customize them depending on your outfit (and there's certainly nothing stopping you from buying your own ribbon to further expand your choices). The sandals also come in 9 different styles, all ergonomically designed to be the most comfortable pair of summer heels (or flats) you own.
I'll take a pair of the High Cherry Wedge Platforms in a 9, please.