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MAISON MARGIELA ANKLE BOOT

In feet, Fran Lebowitz on August 12, 2017 at 8:15am08

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1. If you could choose your accoutrements what would they be?

A Bailey Western Cowboy hat, a vintage jeweled bolero and a Cynthia Rowley wetsuit.

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2. Is there a film you dream of appearing in?

“Do the Right Thing,” on Rosie as Tina.

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3. What is your favorite Janus word?

Clip.

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4. If you could choose any artist to reimagine you, who would it be?

Ants.

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Antworks in Progress – Pink Leaf, 2012, from “The Leafcutters” series

 

5. Do you have a favorite malapropism?

Having one wife is called monotony.

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6. If you could appear in any photograph what would it be?

On Deneuve by Newton.

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7.  If I were not in the picture what other person’s questions would you choose to answer?

Fran Lebowitz’s.

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8. Aaaaand here we go… I do not, for the life of me, understand it. What is it with this-

Take a breath. You didn’t let me finish. Fran as Judge Janice Goldberg on “Law and Order.” See there? Technically, not the same person. And that’s because Judge Janice is a character. Because Lady Lebowitz is also an actress.  A woman who wears many hats. Multifaceted

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9. Are you done?

Never.  She knows her way around the spoken word – Fran I’m referring to – although I’m sure Judge Janice knows how to string a few beautiful sentences together too. And – Fran – she doesn’t care who she’s speaking to. We should all heed what’s coming out of her mouth is all I’m saying. Especially in today’s world. Her words will set you free, bring you face to face with your core self. But then again, I’m just a bootie and so what do I know? A lot! Because I. Listen. To. Fran-

*I walked away as the Margiela continued on and on and on…

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painting by Francesco Clemente

 

 

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