Though I'm not sure what it has to do with "style," this article in March 20 edition of The New York Times Fashion & Style section talks about the new entourage in Hollywood: a group of four female screenwriters. While it's really nice to hear about a group of professional females banding together and supporting each other, I'm just pleased that there are people making movies with strong female characters. Which is why I'm slightly surprised that one of the "fempire" wrote that piece of crap 'Nick & Nora's Infinite Playlist.' What was with all the gay male characters giving Nora, the main female character, a makeover that included a different shirt that showed more cleve so Nick would like her? God forbid dudes be into a girl without her displaying the goods.
Still, I can't wait to see more films by the Fempire ladies. There's a new gang in town.