Derin is a columnist at The Tufts Daily. She's a freshman majoring in Cognitive and Brain Science, Linguistics, and good times. Some of her accolades include: spending an obscure amount of time on Wikipedia, being the ghostwriter for Sting, and playing the Ratatouille theme song backwards and blindfolded on the piano. You can reach her at [email protected]
Perhaps, what most of us were looking forward to the most, was the long-awaited debut of Princess Diana (Emma Corrin), the British royal who stole all of our hearts with her fashion, intellect, kindness and beauty. Therefore, it only feels right if we unpack some of Lady Di’s looks on the show in detail and explore what they mean in terms of the show’s context.
At first glance, HBO's "We Are Who We Are" (2020) seems like the lovechild of "Euphoria" (2019) and "Skins" (2007-2013) — another teen drama that portrays the ups and downs of adolescence and self-discovery. But as with all filmmaker Luca Guadagnino projects, there's more than what meets the eye.