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find out tilda swinton's five favorite songs.

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The Curator: Steff Yotka, Associate Web Editor 

The News: A Mrs. Doubtfire Sequel is Happening!
Robin Williams and director Chris Columbus are reuniting for the project. No news yet on whether a Mrs. Featherbottom cameo is in the works. 

The Look: Camille Rowe in Free People's Intimates Lookbook

Now that it's finally warm out (OK, sort of warm out), all I can do is think up oddball ways to keep my beloved winter knits in play throughout spring and summer. Because despite the fact that there are few feelings as awesome as not having to wear long pants and a sweater every day, I still really enjoy the possibilities that layering provides. So this season, I'm taking a little inspo from Camille Rowe's socks-and-sandals, sweater-and-lingerie look from Free People's "In Between Dreams" lookbook. Naughty, meet knits. 

The Face: Phyto Secret de Nuit Intense Hydration Regenerating Night Cream
I'll be damned if I don't have radiant shining hair by May 1. I've employed every serum, cream, and shampoo to get the winter dryness out of my locks--Phyto's regenerating cream is my latest bet, mostly because I don't have to think about it. I just throw some on before bed and wake up feeling a zillion times fresher. That's a win-win. 

The Inspiration: Petite Bateau's Sneaker Instagram Pic
I've already re-laced my white Converse low-tops with navy grosgrain ribbon, but Petite Bateau's Instagram pic has me thinking that I need to add some flowers into the mix too. Why shouldn't my sneakers get into the springtime floral fun?!

The Song: Tilda Swinton's Internal Playlist
As mere mortals, we may never truly know what it's like to be Tilda Swinton, but with her playlist for KCRW we come a little closer. Including David Bowie and Bjork (obviously), the playlist also has some tunes that you never would guess are on the iPod of the exquisite actress (like a Dewey Cox song--yes, from the movie Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story). Take a listen to her whole radio interview below--her voice is basically music to my ears.