Goodbye, winter caps—hello, summer hats! It’s that glorious time of year where many of us can switch from content creators to content consumers. NYWIFT members Mellini Kantayya and Kathryn O’Kane have put together #SummerHours, a series of fun summer books, movies, and TV shows by or about women.
By Mellini Kantayya
Debut novelist Paula Hawkins’ psychological thriller The Girl on a Train set up camp on The New York Times Bestseller List before it was adapted into a screenplay by Erin Cressida Wilson. The film, staring Emily Blunt, went on to be a box office hit.
Emily Blunt in the adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ best-selling thriller
When watching, check out the brilliant work of make-up artist and 2017 Designing Women honoree Kyra Panchenko. We literally see the signs of Blunt’s character coming undone written all over her face—with constructed implants and each rosacea mark painstakingly hand-painted.