How was your June? I’m asking because, if you blinked, you might have missed it. I couldn’t believe it last week when I looked at the calendar and saw it was July 1 already! But I can’t waste too much time waxing poetic, because the start of a new month calls for another On My Radar post. Here’s what’s up with me…
Clueless 20th Anniversary. Clueless is, without a doubt, one of my favorite movies ever. I’ve been watching since before I can remember, and am pretty sure I can quote each scene word-for-word. That said, I’m definitely looking forward to the movie’s 20th anniversary later this month. The milestone ever has already resulted in so many fun articles and retrospectives on the ‘net, and I’m sure there will be even more as the date (July 20) nears. Personally, I’m keeping my fingers crossed for a cast reunion.
Bon Voyage. As I mentioned last week, I’m doing some traveling this month. This will be my longest stint away from home, so I’m definitely nervous but excited as well. Be sure follow along on Instagram for updates on my adventures, and keep an eye out for a more detailed recap upon my return!
Cupcakes & Cashmere Clothing Line. Emily Schuman’s Cupcakes & Cashmere was the very first blog I started reading. I’ve been a die-hard fan ever since, and it’s been so inspiring watching the blog grow over the past few years. C&C is now a bona fide brand, with two books and multiple design collars to its name. And it doesn’t stop there: Today marks the debut of the brand’s biggest project to date: a clothing line. Selling exclusively to Nordstrom and ShopBop, Cupcakes & Cashmere Fall 2015 collection features over forty pieces, most of them falling within the affordable range of $80 to $180. I’m so, so happy for the C&C team, and cannot wait to shop what is sure to be an amazing collection!
Popcorn Material. Get ready guys, July 17th is set to be a major day for movies. There are three movies currently set to premiere on that date, including Amy Schumer’s buzzed-about comedy Trainwreck. What I’m looking forward to, however, are the two other titles. First up, we’ve got Mr. Holmes. Starring Sir Ian McKellan, the film tells the story of the “real” Sherlock Holmes, a retired detective who struggles with the spotlight focused on him by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s bestselling novels.
After that, we’ve got the latest from writer/director Woody Allen, called Irrational Man. A few months ago, I wouldn’t have given this film a second thought. However, I just watched Annie Hall for the first time and adored it, so I guess I’m going to have to trust Woody on this one.
Well, that’s it for me. What’re you eyeing this month?