The Director's Cut receives an exclusive extended run at BFI Southbank from 27 May, screening from a new 35mm print. Note that inclusion of a title within our catalogue does not guarantee rights or print availability for a specific territory. After the death of her womanizing husband (Jose Wilker), Dona Flor (Sonia Braga) marries a loyal yet boring pharmacist (Mauro Mendonca).
Tho I hadn’t seen this at all until just now, I do remember that, upon release, it was THE date movie.
A chilling psychological thriller about a marriage, a way of life, and how far one woman will go to keep what is rightfully hersJodi and Todd are at a bad place in their marriage. We have always loved unusual and wacky illustrated T shirts, so we thought… why not make our own? It’s definitely evident that they have put a lot of passion into their brand with original artwork and complete new creative thought.
I was lucky enough to receive ‘The Fixie’ which comes with his own background information and story that they write personally to send to you with your oder – which is a lovely personal touch to a product. Bernard tried his best not to panic but the thought of losing his pearl to Vicious Vic & the Mad Mice Gang was really quite disturbing! The design of this tee isn’t going to be to everyones tastes – and it doesn’t need to be. The quality of the tee isn’t perhaps the best that it could be – it’s definitely an area in which Inka Inka could improve. Overall I really like what Inka Inka have to offer and urge you all to check it out, and use the coupon code HYA to receive 15% off your order. For this review I was lucky enough to receive something a little different to the other posts I have done, some shoes! Unfortunately for me, it must be a more popular shoe as I couldn’t get a size 6 in this one. Therefore I am reviewing my second choice which is the equally good black leather and satin bow strapped option. The heel is unique as it is square but connects into the rounded heel therefore leaving a small exposed area – personally I really like this as it gives it an extra unique selling point. The back of the shoe also holds a design feature as it is slightly cutaway. The shoes do look a little thin but I have wide feet and I can wear them ok – just be cautious if they are a little tight at the beginning, they need to be worn in like most pairs of shoes but become very comfy. Being black in colour, they are versatile to wear with differing outfits from jeans and a top to more feminine dresses or skirts. The overall look of the shoes are cute and feminine, something again, I like but that is personal opinion.
The collection includes trainers, stilettos, strappy shoes, flats – the list is endless! I would definitely recommend Allhqfashion!
We were pleased to receive a men’s t-shirt and a women’s vest and they came together nicely packaged with a free screen printed tote bag which was a pretty nice addition.
Jen will obviously be reviewing the female side of things – as I’m sure it comes as no shock to any of you that I don’t have the slightest clue about women’s fashion or clothes. I received the Peyote T-Shirt which you can purchase in 4 different colours – the amount of choice surprised me if I’m honest! I will admit that this design isn’t something that I would really go for, however I have received compliments on this design when wearing it and I can really appreciate the effort that goes into creating something so intricate – let alone screen printing it! The design is screen printed both front and back, and has a slightly odd feel on the t-shirt because of the intricacy of the design.
The fabric was really soft and had a lovely handfeel but this is due to the amount of elastane that is clearly in the composition of the jersey, as you can unfortunately see via the shine on the tops. I like the rawness of the edges that have been tightly overlocked, but the brand should be aware that this may cause stretching. The print quality is good and almost mimics the technique used by American pop artist Lichtenstein, with dots creating the image – although a much simpler version, which I feel is quite fresh and interesting to see.
The print image I was sent was the owl, personally I do not like it as it is not to my taste unfortunately and feel it is somewhat lost on the purple ground, however love the fact that most tops have a print on the front as well as the back much the same as Ben’s top.
The brand offer lots of other top designs that are simpler such as (coincidentally) the Peyote Top  and perhaps more the sort of item that I would go for, but definitely there is enough choice for everyone. I recently had the pleasure of reviewing an up and coming brand called The Heathens Star 79 , this was quite a good opportunity for a whole brand review as we got sent 3 X Mens T-shirts and 3 X Women’s T-Shirts, so it has been a pretty thorough review.
Obviously I’m not a lady so I can’t really comment on the fits and the styles and the general feel of the product so it was a good opportunity to get a new HYA writer to weigh in, so this review will be split into two sections the other section being handled by Jen. When I received the package from The Heathens I couldn’t help but chuckle to myself ever so slightly – it was exactly how I imagined packaging up my products if I were ever to create a brand.
I am very pleased to be writing my first post, especially for The Heathens 79 as I really like the tees they offer. What I tend to look for in tshirts is the quality of the print itself – whether it is stiff due to the dye or technique used, and whether it grins.
I would definitely consider buying the other 2 though, perhaps even more so if they were in long sleeved or vest shapes. The Heathens Star 79 are definitely worth a visit.
Going into the packaging, it was simple nothing too extravagant in terms of what it was actually delivered in a simple brown box. On opening parcel I was greeted by a clear plastic bag protecting the garment and inside with it was a descriptive card. I do admit that one negative I had about the t-shirt to start with was that it seemed a tad too tight, the neck is very tight and I felt that across the chest felt slightly too tight for a medium shirt however I was pleasantly surprised because I was under the assumption this would be an uncomfortable shirt to wear for extended periods of time – it wasn’t.
Overall I’m really impressed with Piekuo – they’re a relatively new brand in the grand scheme of things and the whole product from start to finish just looks fantastic, the website is beautifully design and they’ve really got a fantastic functioning website in my eyes. Recap: It’s pretty obvious I love my new Galaxy Chucks from QTee, and I am a big fan of this company now and forever. Sushi by Benjamin Ang is one of my top favourite tee designs from Threadless, I have no idea how I have managed to not purchase it after adoring it for so long!
Sticking with the space theme, Threadless designers always seem to still manage to come up with brand new super funky space related designs. If you fancy something a bit more serious there is plenty of choice too, I normally lean more towards the cute end of the Threadless scale. Back to space again because I was totally taken with all the gorgeous colours on the navy tee. Lastly but not leastly and mostly because it’s a mere $7.95, full availability for men and only 2xl for women, I proper love the monotone print on the blue tee with this design of a pretty angry Cruella DeVille, Puppy Love by Paul Tippett could be a great last minute bargain fling into Threadless basket! I am always up for trying something new, and trying Mister Pompadour is definitely something new to me and to Hide Your Arms, especially as it comes across as a product for men and I am in fact a woman, BUT do not mistake that as complaining – it is quite the opposite!
After my hair had been dried and styled, I noticed a lightness to my normally heavy hair AND I could still smell the mint throughout (even after blow-drying and styling which for me would normally remove any fragrance, but this product’s fresh smell battled through the heat!) Then came the Texture Paste, which I have not used this type of product before believe it or not, but thankfully the instructions were printed nicely on the bottle – for long hair it helped push down those fly-aways and also helped smooth the ends of my hair and gave it a bit of texture – the photos I took do not do it justice! To be completely honest, before I tried the Mister Pompadour Kit I thought I would be giving it away to one of my male friends, thinking me being a female that I should not keep it, but after only one use, I stand corrected – I really love the results and I am keeping this kit all to myself! It feels really good to be reviewing on HYA again and what a better way to start than with California based QTee! A lot of QTee’s designs are text driven, but they also have a nice amount of layered and photo based designs, as well as ones with patterns, pocket designs, and simple graphics. Ordering, shipping, + packaging: QTee promptly sent me a ‘thank you for your order’ email, and shortly after that they sent out tracking info, so no worries there. Unwrapping: As I pulled each t-shirt out from their packaging, my first reaction is to always feel them from top to bottom of course, and each tee was VERY soft to the touch and had a clean, freshly printed smell.
Now for the shirts themselves: The heather-gray, floral t-shirt is titled Freshly Cut Flowers and I chose a Hi-Lo Muscle Tank for this one since I have not owned something like that before! Recap: Overall, I am happy with my QTee purchases – print quality, t-shirt quality, customer service, and website interface are all top notch! So I’ve recently had the pleasure of reviewing a whole treasure trove of socks that were delivered by Bergies who class themselves as some what of a Sockurator.
Now I’m somewhat of a fussy sock buyer, so not all of the socks that I received were quite to my liking. The design of this sock would surely be welcome in any persons wardrobe, probably the most ‘normal’ sock out of the bunch that would be unlikely to get you any odd stares, unlike perhaps burgers on your feet! Kasterborous produces five or more pieces of original content daily (over 100 every month). Money raised through advertising on this site is reinvested into hosting costs, competition prizes, review materials and occasional gifts for our contributors.


To help us maintain our wide breadth and high standard of content, whitelist our non-profit site to continue enjoying it without these pop-ups. It’s nearly that special time of year where, young and old gather around to share that special gift, the gift of Doctor Who – letting us peel back the wrapping a little early the Beeb have released a few new snaps from this year’s special, The Husbands of River Song. The special will see the Doctor reunited with a disbelieving River Song; who’s having her own troubles with a hitherto unseen other husband, King Hydroflax, who was described by Davies as a ‘deluded, nine foot cyborg’.
And what’s more, how about a little kiss under the mistletoe for Alex Kingston, Peter Capaldi, and guest star Greg Davies from Wednesday’s premiere screening in London? Our new and improved weekly Kasterborous newsletter is bursting at the seams with Doctor Who reading suggestions, creative ideas, giveaways, interviews, first looks at future content and more. But when Flor finds herself unconsciously lusting for her ex-husband, his sudden ghostly appearance complicates her new marriage. I wonder if I would feel differently about the film overall if it took a different approach and, for starters, her first husband were a lot less unsavory.
Much is at stake, including the affluent life they lead in their beautiful waterfront condo in Chicago, as she, the killer, and he, the victim, rush haplessly toward the main event.
Like I always say, it’s nice to see people doing something other than pop culture mash-ups.
Along with the tee I received a slew of cards that they have manufactured (just a little taste of things to come from Inka Inka) which were surprisingly funny, random and well produced! It’s got that fantastic blend of complete randomness but with perfect execution that somewhat reminds me of something I would expect in a Roald Dahl book. It feels a little bit stiff and slightly coarse on the skin however after sometime I do feel it will soften with enough washes. The first was the mesh jewelled heel slip on as I  thought it was really new and different with contrasting black mesh and pops of colour from the jewels.
It is also good quality with real suede around the edges as well as the heel and strap of the shoes, with soft satin on top – this is also what the bow is made from.
I liked the tote bag so much and it perfectly fit my laptop in it so unfortunately it’s had a bit of wear and tear from being in my rucksack a large portion of the time. Peyote for those that do not know is a psychoactive cactus so it’s quite cool for their shirts to have fitting names for the designs. I don’t even really know where to begin with trying to describe what I feel from the design. I’ll start off with my least favourite which was the ‘Dog Villain’ I want to like this design, and it does certainly look cool, but the choice of having it quite faded out and especially on a white garment isn’t the best way to really show off the design, I think it’s a combination of quite a subtle design on a colour of shirt I don’t usually wear (if you were to look in my wardrobe very little of my clothes are white).
It’s simplicity is awesome, I love the fade and the subtle Heathens typography behind the lines. This may put some people off, however working in fashion, I believe it is a great piece to have featured in the collection. The print is quite thin therefore the handfeel is soft – an aspect I prefer. There seems to have been 2 screens on this one too however the branding and the background are both black so you can’t make out the name easily. I can’t really fault anyone for not splashing out on over the top packaging because it’s one of those things that you end up tearing through and discarding anyway. It’s these little things that all add up to creating a very professional and established look for such a young brand. I really like this design, it’s got a certain appeal that I can’t quite portray into words very eloquently, it reminds me of an old school 8-Bit video game enemy, It certainly appeals a lot to me at least!
The print as well is 2 colour screen print that has so far shown absolutely no signs of cracking, it definitely feels like it will last a long time, the one down side of this print is that it feels slightly heavy on the shirt and to the touch isn’t the nicest of prints – but really its a welcome trade off to have this image stay fresh looking for longer. I took a bit of time messing with the colors and the design until I got the perfect starry shoe that I wanted. I have had several people compliment my shoes, they just stick out in the best way, and I don’t hesitate for one second to let them know they can order from QTee AND customize themselves! It’s been a while since I did a Threadless blog, I’m hoping to get back into it, and what better excuse than a Memorial Day sale there are some really epic staple Threadless reprintes in the sale, some of the cream of the crop!
There used to be efforts to made to put an interesting background relevant to the tee and now it’s just all grey and standardised. One of the highlights of the trailer is when Baymax is stroking Mochi, Baymax has a low battery and sounds drunk! When my mental filing cabinet things of Threadless, I instantly thing of Mister Mittens’ Big Adventure by Joe Van Wetering! You Are My Universe by ilovedoodle is a super romantic twist on the solar system by depicting them as pretty awesome balloons.
At first I was intimidated seeing that Mister Pompadour is primarily marketed to men, but I gave it a go anyway and immediately felt very silly for ever being hesitant, because in the end I was really happy with the results. Once Shampooed, it was Conditioner time and while I was waiting for it to soak in I read the back of the bottle, which to my surprise was not your run of the mill, generic information being told – it had character and was entertaining to read, it gave me a smile or two. I also went to an outdoor concert, which I’ve done several times and by the end my hair would normally be a frizzy mess, but I must say this time my hair looked just as good as when I got there and that’s saying something. They are not like any other brand I have reviewed – first of all, QTee let ME pick out what tees I wanted to review and once I was on their site, I understood why… everything is customizable and they wanted me to have the full experience!
So with that said, I decided to pick a patterned one and a text based one just to get an idea how both would turn out. QTee describes it well, “This is our version of the perfect muscle tank made more flattering for the feminine figure.
You’ll more likely find me bare foot than wearing socks, however that’s not to say that any of these socks are bad, but not quite to my fussy foot requirements as you will read. It definitely however is a design that’s well suited for socks, if it was anything else but socks I really don’t think I’d wear it.
I don’t know whether it’s the hipster-esque irony of wearing something that says gangsta on my feet hilarious or just the fact that these socks are probably the most comfortable out of all of the socks I received. Our writers are volunteers, offering their services to give you interesting Doctor Who articles and features. Any article that appears on the site past February 2016 claiming to be written by Andrew Reynolds has been done so maliciously and without the authors consent.
Peary correctly notes that both men and women will be able to relate to the lead characters here, whose messy, all-too-human desires cause them both conflict and joy.
It isn’t something that necessarily detracts from wearing the tee but it does take a little while for you to forget about its feel.
It also touts that it has UV Reactive Colours however I haven’t been in an area where I can actually see this – so I would definitely be quite interested to see how it looks. They are quite a thin shirt which personally I enjoy but this could effect the longevity of the garment, but for those who love a light weight shirt it is very comfortable. This isn’t to say that the design is bad, it’s just not my taste and it almost comes across as drawn on to the t-shirt. I wouldn’t usually go for this sort of style but I can definitely see that this will appeal to people out there and the fade does look really good. One thing I will mention as a slightly negative is that using names in relatively new brands is somewhat off putting I feel for people purchasing their t-shirts if its too in your face as they won’t have an established fan base – however I think with these ones it has fitted in quite well to not be too overbearing from the style of the shirt.
One negative would be that in one of the tshirts this was not lined up in the centre like the others – perhaps this was a small error on this particular sample but I’d hope a larger number sold on the website are like this as it shows inconsistency. I can certainly say myself and Ben did drink whilst in the tees, but I have no comment on whether anything else occurred! It was the little additions to the T-shirt that makes this new starter seem more like an established brand.
I really thought the tape was a nice little touch as I’ve already mentioned as it definitely puts a personal touch onto a plain packaging. It’s again very nice that it isn’t a pop culture mashup thrown together that with a tenuous link – so it certainly gets a few little extra points on that side from me.
The price of the Bat is ?15 which I feel for all of what they’ve put into the design and overall experience is a very reasonable price.
The interface was easy to use and the ordering process could not have gone more smoothly and they arrived at my front door in about 3 business days – now that’s quick especially for custom printed shoes!
Nevertheless, the tees are still epic so here are some of my top pics from Threadless today!


I think this tee has quite a feminine feel to it so it might have been cool to see it on a more girly colour! To me, something like that is such a lovely touch to a brand, definitely makes it more unique and interesting in the end. You can pick from over 100 graphics – once you have chosen, you not only can pick what type of apparel you want it printed on, but you can also select colors for several elements of the graphic. I assumed they were DTG (direct to garment) printed, but I did not want to give you readers the wrong info, so I contacted QTee from their Website asking this, not expecting a reply for a day or so, but I got a reply almost instantly (which, come on, that is some great customer service) and my assumption was right, they print DTG. The one great thing about socks I find though is the fact you can pretty much get away with wearing what ever the hell you like, and it leaves a great deal of creativity for sock manufacturers. I was expecting it to be quite uncomfortable to be honest, it looked like it was very small for my feet.
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But I do know that their smooth, soulful vocals harmonize together gorgeously, and it’s the duet that none of us knew that we needed until just now.
They’ve managed to fantastically deal with the problem most new brands encounter when they want to get their name out there. This is absolutely nothing that would detract me from purchasing the tee however – it is just an area in which they could potentially improve upon.
Perhaps having an example (if possible?) on the website would entice customers a little bit more.
Perhaps a normal hem would be better – but I understand this may cause a cost implication if using different stitch techniques. The shirts themselves also have a seam down the back which I’d never encountered before – I assumed it might have been a cost cutting exercise but when asking he thought it added a bit of character to the shirt.
I feel that part of the reason this isn’t my favourite is I’m probably not cool enough to be rocking this shirt! I’ve found myself wearing this one quite a lot actually so I can definitely say I’ve got a few white shirts I enjoy wearing now!
What I will say is that I’d hope these labels change from paper to card if the brand get bigger. Everything from tees, to bags, to shoes, to hats (and even underwear) is customizable and it is so fun to explore, trust me. Once they arrived, I tore that box wide open to reveal a classic Converse shoe-box inside (which I promptly tore open as well…) I must not forget to add, my order came with a lovely discount code for future purchases, as well as a cool QTee logo sticker – I do enjoy those small touches.
Converse are a wonderful shoe from their quality to their comfort and they never go out of style, so I really have no complaints… well perhaps one, but it is only a small one, as QTee only offers low-tops and I am a high-top fan myself – perhaps the high-tops will be available in the future, but until then I am enjoying my low-tops to no end!
Just enter the code: HideYourArms15 at checkout and it will take 15% off your entire order – thank you QTee! They have this in a range of sizes and types (men, women, kids) for $14 so grab a nommy related tee bargain!
I’d absolutely wear this though, and I’d go for the black scoop neck in girly fit! Once I got a hang of the interface, I was playing around with several designs and having a lot of fun with it to be honest. Each t-shirt was wrapped in tissue paper and then inserted into a clear, plastic sleeve; so all in all the packaging was very professional, yet standard.
Once unwrapped, I saw each t-shirt had a “YOU’RE CUTE” logo tag attached, which made me smile – I adore details like that. Most people don’t really care what they put on their feet so you can be as outlandish as you like, which is awesome. I can’t really say it’s the most amazing design out there but it makes me chuckle and I have a good laugh wearing them.
I was pleasantly surprised that it just about fit quite well, it’s slightly snug but when I was walking around and doing my general day to day things it didn’t feel uncomfortable. For a design it is my favourite because it’s just hilarious however, as a sock it’s not so good. They’ve done this by subtly incorporating it into the design and not going for the in your face brand name print that a lot of people will do. It’s definitely made me more curious and I’ll have to make sure I wear it the next time I go out anywhere that may have UV light! I’m inclined to agree that it is definitely unique but I found it slightly irritating initially but once on for a few minutes I soon forgot it was there. It’s definitely a very professional set up they have going, the website, packaging and final product all make this brand into someone to definitely keep on your radar.
Just enter the code: HideYourArms15 at checkout and it will take 15% off your entire order – so needless to say, QTee is definitely worth checking out! Surprisingly as well, they’re fantastic for running, it must be to do with the cushioned soles to the them but I’ve worn them a few times while running now and they’re probably my go to sock for that activity now. The sock doesn’t really have any shape to it, they came flat, most socks will change direction at the heel.
This is definitely a nice addition to any brand but obviously doesn’t mean what you receive is a great product.
There are a selection of Big Hero 6 tees so it’s well worth dropping by for a rummage. I thought size Small would do the trick, but if I would have explored the description I would have chosen the XS option for both, so keep that in mind when you order. I’m a size 10 UK which is roughly 10.5 in US so I fit nicely in the middle of the one size range for these socks, I however would chalk this down to personal preference as I’m not a huge fan of a tighter fit for socks, which these definitely fall into the category of ever so slightly. Again it’s a 1 size fits all sock design and this time round it fits me perfectly and doesn’t feel a restrictive as the Burger Socks. I have to pull out the end of the sock ever so slightly making the heel not match up quite perfectly, however I can’t really fault them for this.
These lie perfectly flat ton the ground, the actual formation of the sock is very uncomfortable and just seems like two pieces of fabric that have been sewn round the edges so your toes uncomfortably hit seam right at the end of the sock opposed to being on top of your toes.
Just these little things that I enjoy and really does add to the professionalism of a brand and keeps it nice and consistent.
Each tee is thin, as you can see in the images, the white tee especially is a bit see-through, but I tend to like that especially when you wear a bikini or possibly a bandeaux underneath. Perhaps having various sizes of socks would improve this as trying to create a one size fits all sock for sizes 7-13 is probably a difficult feat!
As you can imagine I’m a bit of a fussy sock wearer so take my criticisms with a pinch of salt, I could wear this sock for the day and get on perfectly well with it but I think I could do with it for my own personal preference to be slightly larger. The design as well suffers from the construction of the sock, because it is a one size fits all the image distorts and has bad ‘grinning’ when actually worn, which makes the actual design on the sock a tad to make out.
Like I always say though these things aren’t essential to a brand but they add to the whole experience. All of this said once I get over the initial tightness of the sock I can comfortably wear these for a day with no problems. I really wish I could have given these socks a better review but to me they’re more of a jokey gimmick sock to give someone than an actual functioning one. Told in alternating voices, The Silent Wife is about a marriage in the throes of dissolution, a couple headed for catastrophe, concessions that can’t be made, and promises that won’t be kept. I think you could maybe get away with wearing this sock as more of an in-house slipper alternative but for day-to-day wear I found it rather annoying unfortunately.
Expertly plotted and reminiscent of Gone Girl and These Things Hidden, The Silent Wife ensnares the reader from page one and does not let go.



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