Only an artistic shoot for uber fab designer Kai Kuhne at Frank Lloyd Wright's Ennis House makes Markus and Indrani focus on what they do best.
When big city detectives refuse to further investigate his kid brother's gang related murder, small town Sheriff Michael Savion drops the badge and goes undercover to find his brother's killer and avenge his death.
Production hasn't wrapped yet, but the word is that an episode might be devoted to their session with Campbell.
"There were a lot of comical incidents with people trying to park," Klinko recalls.
"And we were like, 'Don't you realize this is Naomi Campbell and that we're not going to move her just because you want to park your car? "People criticize her because she has expressed that strength in certain ways in the past." Indrani is referring to Campbell's habitual appearances in gossip columns.
Hello Kitty has been a merchandising phenomenon for some decades now (four, to be precise: the Hello Kitty Convention that took over MOCA’s Geffen Contemporary—incredibly, all without the promotion or support of Jeffrey Deitch—was planned to coincide both with this anniversary and the Japanese American National Museum’s curated exhibition, It has also become a fashion and style phenomenon, abundantly evidenced by the scene swirling in and around the Geffen.
Every conceivable kind of licensed apparel or accessory was there in every conceivable combination: T-shirts, sweatshirts, skirts, blouses, sweaters, jackets, tights and leggings, shoes, sunglasses, jewelry, and, uh, bows.