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The filmmakers of the winning documentary short Colette nodded to Hammer in their acceptance speech, saying that “the protesters in Hong Kong are not forgotten.”Here's Why Chloé Zhao's Oscars Win Was Censored in China|Suyin Haynes|April 27, 2021|Time
At one point Colette, who has been accompanied on this trip by a young history student, Lucie Fouble, expresses embarrassment that she, a person not known for crying, has wept in front of a stranger.8 Oscar-Nominated Movies and Performances You May Not Have Seen—But Should|Stephanie Zacharek|April 19, 2021|Time
Igel said the Colette model of offering constant newness is what shoppers want in a physical shopping experience, but moving forward, they’re going to get it from pop-ups rather than look for it in permanent stores.
The two cross paths with a local tour guide/con artist, Rydal (Oscar Isaac), who takes a liking to them—in particular Colette.Viggo Mortensen Talks ‘The Two Faces of January,’ Blasts Fox News and Israel’s ‘State Terrorism’|Marlow Stern|September 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But Colette sees a more serious problem with forgery, beyond the distorting effect forgery has on the art market.
“I put my bed in the center and all my art,” said artist Colette Lumiere, one of the originators of nightclub art.Bright Lights, Big Club: Remembering the Crazy, Fabulous Nightclub Area|Ann Binlot|November 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And Hedi Slimane ends 15-year relationship with Colette over T-shirts.
Parisian concept store Colette, a seller of the T-shirts, reportedly received the brunt of Slimane's anger.
One of these was the house of Colette; and at his door our ill-starred John was presently beating for admittance.Tales and Fantasies|Robert Louis Stevenson
"You have a fine imagination, Colette, but I would not give a penny for your instinct," said Sonia.
But this dear Colette, she is to be my good angel and lead me to success, aren't you, little devil?
Notwithstanding Colette of Corbie's attempted restoration of the rule, the old discipline was nowhere observed.
Colette lived in the convent of the Sisters of Saint Clare, which she had recently founded in this town.
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The nom de plume of Sidonie Gabrielle Claudine, a twentieth-century French writer noted for her novels about social and sexual politics. Her best-known works are Chéri and Gigi, which was adapted for a popular musical film.