Hello! My name is Tran. Lover of all things fashion, art, design, music + food. Mama to Noah, Quynh, Ellie, and Hesh, adoring wife to an amazing graphic designer, Josh Wills. Co-Owner of Super Ordinary, Brick & Mortar General Store and Base Coat Modern Nail Salon x Gallery here in Denver, CO. I'm also a fashion stylist, social media ninja and creative consultant in my spare time. This is a collection about our crazy busy family of 6 living in Denver and daily adventures. Enjoi!
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It’s Getting Late is the fourth film in Miu Miu’s series of short films, the Women’s Tales, by leading female directors. Each film explores the feminine love affair with Miu Miu through the lens of their diverse sensibilities. It follows Miu Miu’s Women’s Tales by Zoe Cassavetes, Lucrecia Martel and Giada Colagrande."It’s Getting Late" by Massy Tadjedin
In the translucent LA dusk we discover four women living very different lives. The camera follows each as they wind down their working days, their four stories weaving together as each prepares for their evening.
Shot by Iranian-American screenwriter and director, Massy Tadjedin, with a stellar international cast, Aubrey Plaza, Gemma Arterton, Patricia Clarkson and Rinko Kikuchi, culminating in a gripping cameo performance by rising songstress, Zola Jesus.