Isabel Lord

xXx (the kind you can watch with your mother)

xXx (the kind you can watch with your mother)

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01/24/2017

A satellite is hurtling toward earth, flaming in all its CGI-glory, to a ballad of techno-rock music. You’re sitting in an IMAX theater, 3D goggles resting on the bridge of your nose, probably wondering why you just spent $20 on your ticket for a Vin Diesel film. Or, you could be wondering why the floor…

Stripped: Ageless is the New Timeless

Stripped: Ageless is the New Timeless

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11/22/2016

In this week’s episode of Stripped, Emma Francois and Isabel Lord debate the merits of “age appropriate” dressing and whether it’s a social construct to be challenged or a myth to be broken. This lady duo discusses dress codes and their psychological impacts, from the sexualization of clothing to the emergence of self-confidence issues for…

Stripped: Fashion’s New Wave of Elitism

Stripped: Fashion’s New Wave of Elitism

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11/15/2016

In this week’s episode of Stripped, Emma Francois and Isabel Lord discuss elitism in the fashion industry, but not before poking fun at the comically insane turnover of trends and the fashion world’s disbelief (and utter astonishment!) at the power of purple. http://media.blubrry.com/voicepodcastnetwork/p/georgetownvoice.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Stripped2-111516-3.47-PM.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

Stripped: Power Dressing and Hillary Clinton

Stripped: Power Dressing and Hillary Clinton

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11/08/2016

In this first episode of Stripped, Emma Francois and Isabel Lord address Hillary Clinton’s style evolution, the political role of the pantsuit, and the meaning behind the morphing landscape of female power dressing. And not to bash the American royalty that is Ralph Lauren (read: these ladies are definitely throwing shade), but they critique the…

<i>Moana</i>, an Exciting Change in the Disney Formula

Moana, an Exciting Change in the Disney Formula

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11/08/2016

Three years after the cultural phenomenon that was Frozen, Disney’s newest “princess” movie isn’t about a princess at all. It’s about a chief, perhaps the first female in her village to be so but it’s hard to be sure as directors John Musker and Ron Clements (who collaborated on The Little Mermaid, Hercules, and Aladdin)…

GSC holds mock celebration on Nike issue

GSC holds mock celebration on Nike issue

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11/03/2016

Gathered outside the empty office of President John DeGioia this past Friday, a group of around 50 students, athletes, and prospective parents sang as they demanded for Georgetown to cut its ties with Nike. “For he’s a jolly good fellow, for he’s a jolly good fellow,– who cares about workers’ rights!” they sang. The event,…

The Plight of An American Daughter

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10/29/2016

An American Daughter, produced by the Black Theater Ensemble and the Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society, is a play without a Hollywood ending. In fact, it’s a play that leaves you frustrated – frustrated with the characters, frustrated with society, frustrated with politics – and unfulfilled. And that’s exactly how the playwrights want you to…

An Afternoon at Grace Street Market

An Afternoon at Grace Street Market

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10/17/2016

Tucked away off Wisconsin Avenue, and sharing a street with Dog Tag Bakery and Chaia, Grace Street Market brings some much-needed “hipster” flair to Georgetown’s food scene. At just over three weeks old, this “fancy food court” is home to Grace Street Coffee Roasters, a South Block juicery, and a SUNdeVICH sandwich shop, each of…

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