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Lady Gaga’s Italian Accent Is Only Rivaled by Julia Garner as Anna Delvey

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Look out, Lady Gaga: your unhinged Italian accent is facing some serious competition.

Julia Garner might be the leading lady of Inventing Anna, an upcoming film chronicling the life and lies of scammer extraordinaire Anna Delvey, but the actor’s German-Russian accent kind of steals the spotlight.

Netflix just dropped the trailer for the Shonda Rhimes-produced feature, which follows Delvey — née Anna Sorokin — as she wines and dines her way into the world of New York City’s elite, tricking socialites and financial institutions alike into thinking she was an heiress.

Slated to release on February 11, Inventing Anna will also take a look at a lesser-known part of Delvey: her origin story.

Garner nailed our antagonist’s cloying, high-pitched yet gravelly intonation, but beyond that, her accent loses the plot.

IRL, Delvey’s accent is surprisingly subtle — a far cry from Garner’s very noticeable and grating take, which manifests as a bizarre Cockney-German-Valley Girl-Russian mash-up.

As insane as Garner’s accent is, Inventing Anna is destined to dominate the airwaves upon release next month. Co-starring Laverne Cox and Anna Chlumsky, the flick seems to approach Delvey’s story with a healthy dose of humor, and style (see: costumes by Lyn Paolo and Laura Frecon).

The trailer also hints at a feminist-ish interpretation of the criminal, who at one point chides: “Every day, men do far worse things than anything I’ve allegedly done.” (Fair.)

As I await Amanda Seyfried’s portrayal of Elizabeth Holmes‘s unblinking stare, you’ll find me filling my cup with Garner’s Anna Delvey voice.

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This Patent Leather Nike Air Force 1 Low Features A Bust Of An Ancient Goddess

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Nike, even in just their name alone, has loose ties to Greek mythology. In the past, the goddess they took inspiration from has seen her very own shoe, which has likely inspired this upcoming Air Force 1 in one way or another.

Roman mythos, though, takes the helm here; and while influenced by the Greeks in many ways, its replete with its own rich culture. A far cry from a history lesson, this Air Force 1 purely mimics the empire’s color and regal sense. The deep reds that mark their flag are used for the patent leathers overlay, which shine in place of a gold exterior. A gilded shade does at least mark the tongue, taking the shape of a what looks like an ancient goddess.

For a closer look at the Air Force 1 “Roman Empire,” take a look at the official images below.

If you’re looking for something similar, the Nike Air Huarache Bordeaux Patent cuts pretty close.

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Nike Air Force 1 Low “Roman Empire”

Release Date: 2022

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Style Code: DQ8583-100

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Air Jordan 1 High “Anodized” Revealed By Dearica Marie

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Lately, the Air Jordan 1 rarely ever dials up the theatrics. That’s the role the AJ1 Mid and Zoom CMFT have gone on to play. With the high-top’s latest, however, it seems to be reprising this part, dressing up near entirely in an anodized finish.

For the uninitiated, anodization utilizes an electrochemical process to effectively make a metal’s surface more durable and corrosion-resistant. It’s also used for decorative means, as the color, too, can be tweaked to a certain extent. The bright blue, almost green gradient of the upper here is but one of the possibilities, and its metallic sheen makes it appear even closer to the actual thing. Immersion is then broken, though, as the Swoosh, laces, and tread opt for a matte black.

Enjoy a quick peek at these right here. Once official images and release details surface, expect to find out here.

In other news, a Black Cement Jordan Point Lane is in the works.

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Deon Point Reveals A Third Concepts x Nike Air Max 1 Colorway

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Thanks to sneaker leakers, it was revealed this past week that Concepts was working on a collaborative Nike Air Max 1. And it wasn’t just one colorway that was revealed; a second very quickly surfaced following the first, each rife with their own share of patterns and colors. And to make things even more exciting, Deon Point himself recently shared a third and likely final pair.

The simplest of the bunch, this iteration forgoes the use of camo and lessens the bandana print. In their place, a ripstop outfits the mudguard, its surface finished in a light olive similar to that which is found in military surplus. Adjacent, a lightwash denim wraps the toe as well as the profile, while the vamp and lace unit add luxurious pops of faux cow fur and red velvet, respectively. Across the back heel, a subtle hit of paisley does take the stage, though its blends in with the graphic-heavy hits at the collar and Swoosh.

For a closer look, check out the full image below. When we hear of a release date, expect to find out here.

In other news, have you seen the adidas Forum Low NBA Pack?

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