Diana Vreeland [videorecording] : the eye has to travel / Samuel Goldwyn Films, Epix Pictures and Gloss Studio present a Mago Media production ; directed and produced by Lisa Immordino Vreeland.
“Diana Vreeland wasn’t just a tastemaker; she created the whole idea of tastemaking. She was the oracle of style, a woman who defined the way we looked at couture. Across a career that spanned half a century, she edited Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, discovered Lauren Bacall (and innumerable others) and was style consultant to Jackie Onassis. This is her philosophy: on life, on fashion and on making it in an industry which so many desire to be part of and so few know how to crack”–Container.
We have a sweet new DVD at the library which is a must-see. I was gutted to have missed this when it hit art-house cinemas a wee while ago, so I’m sooo relieved we got this in!! Telling the story of legendary Vogue editor Diana Vreeland, this DVD has been super popular since it hit our shelves. I am still patiently waiting on my reserve to come in, so I recommend you place yours ASAP!!
all about secrets:
The Last Herrick Secret, Adele Broadbent (222 pages) – Becs and her family are returning to the city, taking Isaiah Herrick with them. Becs is keen to slot right back into city life where she left off, but it’s harder than she expected. Isaiah struggles with the change and is worried about a stranger he saw on the verandah as they left the bush. Meanwhile, things aren’t right at Herrick House, and soon Becs and Isaiah have to return in order to help with the last Herrick secret.
First lines: “‘Goodbye, Son.’ Mother smiled, a tear sliding down her cheek. A knot formed in my throat, cutting off my answer. I hugged her instead before standing in front of Papa.”
Indigo Awakening, Jordan Dane (294 pages) – Voices told Lucas Darby to run. Voices no one else can hear. He’s warned his sister not to look for him, but Rayne refuses to let her troubled brother vanish on the streets of LA. In her desperate search, she meets Gabriel Stewart, a runaway with mysterious powers and far too many secrets. Rayne can’t explain her crazy need to trust the strange yet compelling boy—to touch him—to protect him even though he scares her. A fanatical church secretly hunts psychic kids—gifted “Indigo” teens feared to be the next evolution of mankind—for reasons only “the Believers” know. Now Rayne’s only hope is Gabe, who is haunted by an awakening power—a force darker than either of them imagine—that could doom them all.
First lines: “Lucas Darby stumbled through heaving waves of neon signs and drifting shadows, straining to make sense of the muffled whispers he heard. Drugs had forced him endure a never-ending silence, where even the music in his head had died. But now the voices had emerged and quenched a killer thirst in his soul.”
Something Like Hope, Shawn Goodman (193 pages) – 17-year-old Shavonne has been in juvenile detention since the seventh grade. Mr Delpopolo is the first counselor to treat her as an equal, and he helps her get to the bottom of her self-destructive behavior, her guilt about past actions, and her fears about leaving the Center when she turns 18. Shavonne’s mentally unstable roommate Cinda makes a rash move, and Shavonne’s quick thinking saves her life—and gives her the opportunity to get out of the Center if she behaves well. But Shavonne’s faith is tested when her new roommate, Mary, is targeted by a guard as a means to get revenge on Shavonne. As freedom begins to look more and more likely, Shavonne begins to believe that maybe she, like the goslings recently hatched on the Center’s property, could have a future somewhere else—and she begins to feel something like hope.
First lines: “Lying on the cold hard floor of a locked room, I wish. Is it bad to wish? It feels bad, but only because my wishes drift away. They escape from me and go wherever wishes go. Where do wishes go? Better places, I hope.”
The Whole of My World, Nicole Hayes (370 pages) – Desperate to escape her grieving father and harbouring her own terrible secret, Shelley disappears into the intoxicating world of AFL. Joining a motley crew of footy tragics and, best of all, making friends with one of the star players, Shelley finds somewhere to belong. Finally she’s winning. So why don’t her friends get it? Josh, who she’s known all her life, but who she can barely look at anymore because of the memories of that fateful day. Tara, whose cold silences Shelley can’t understand. Everyone thinks there’s something more going on between Shelley and Mick. But there isn’t is there? When the whole of your world is football, sometimes life gets lost between goals.
First lines: “The mirror used to be mum’s. Her mum’s before that. It’s oval shaped with a gold frame and patches of tarnish around the edge, like smudges of dirt that won’t go away.”
Gloss, Marilyn Kaye (394 pages) – New York, 1963. Fashion, music and attitudes are changing, and there’s nowhere in the world more exciting. Sherry, Donna, Allison and Pamela have each landed a dream internship at Gloss; America’s number-one fashion magazine. Each girl is trying to make her mark on New York and each finds herself thrown head-first into the buzzing world of celebrity, high-end fashion and gossip. But everything isn’t as glamorous as it seems – secrets from the past threaten to shatter their dreams. They’re finding out that romance in New York is as unpredictable and thrilling as the city itself.
First lines: “Sherry Ann Forrester knew the rules. Among the many social guidelines that had been drummed into her since childhood was this fixed decree: a lady maintained her air of composure, whatever the circumstances.”
Dare You To, Katie McGarry (456 pages) – If anyone knew the truth about Beth Risk’s home life, they’d send her mother to jail and seventeen-year-old Beth who knows where. So she protects her mom at all costs. Until the day her uncle swoops in and forces Beth to choose between her mom’s freedom and her own happiness. That’s how Beth finds herself living with an aunt who doesn’t want her and going to a school that doesn’t understand her. At all. Except for the one guy who shouldn’t get her, but does. Ryan Stone is the town golden boy, a popular baseball star jock-with secrets he can’t tell anyone. Not even the friends he shares everything with, including the constant dares to do crazy things. The craziest? Asking out the Skater girl who couldn’t be less interested in him.
First lines: “I’m not interested in second place. Never have been. Never will be. It’s not the style of anyone who wants to play in the majors. And because of my personal philosophy, this moment sucks.”
Broken, Elizabeth Pulford (243 pages) – Critically injured in a motorbike accident, Zara Wilson lies in a coma. She is caught between many worlds: the world of her hospital room and anxious family, and that of her memories and a dream-like fantasy where she searches for her brother Jem. Jem proves elusive but Zara s adventures in her subconscious unlock dark secrets of a troubled childhood. Zara must face up to her past in order to accept her future.
First lines: “My head is full of bubbles. Strange floating words, bits of conversations, bits of people. Some I know. Some I don’t. Hundreds of coloured dots. I can’t see straight. Can’t think straight. I seem to be nowhere. I seem to be everywhere. If only the wretched thumping in my head would stop.”
I know we’ve discussed the merits of secondhand or thrift shopping before, but it really is just so awesome! I’m constantly amazed at the sweet bargains you can get. It’s such a great way to buy beautiful things that you possibly otherwise couldn’t afford. Being good for the environment, your wallet and your wardrobe, what’s not to like?
We have some new books on vintage fashion and secondhand goodness coming in, so I thought I’d celebrate our lovely new reads by showing off some of my favourite secondhand bargain buys.
These two items, I nabbed from everyone’s favourite secondhand shopping website – for a total spend of $20! Shoes and a shirt! Including shipping! Whoop!!
I saw this bag in a local secondhand store and fell in love. I thought it was kinda expensive by secondhand standards (30 buck, ya’ll!), but it is in perfect condition and is really beautiful and also a bit different - I get loads of comments on it whenever I use it.
This is definitely an example of something I couldn’t have afforded otherwise! It is in amazingly good condition, especially considering it is from the 70s (and beige!), and I love the chic simplicity of it and the slightly old-school vibe. Swoon.
And, as promised, we do have some sweet new books on vintage and secondhand fashions. These are new orders (so they haven’t hit our shelves just yet) but reserve now to avoid disappointment!! I have my eye (and reservation!) on number two.
I am a massive Audrey Hepburn fan and we have a lovely new book that I am quuuiiiite excited about:
Audrey Hepburn in hats / June Marsh.
“Audrey Hepburn’s legendary style and grace redefined perceived notions of Hollywood glamour and ushered in an age of sophistication and elegance. Her legacy on screen and in fashion is undisputed and her image has become as synonymous with her fame as her films. This book celebrates Audrey Hepburn wearing a selection of her most beautiful, stylish and outrageous hats – from legendary designs such as Givenchy, Mr. John, Dior, Cecil Beaton and Balenciaga. This exquisite volume features stunning photography and accompanying text from renowned fashion writer, June Marsh.” – amazon.com
Gotta love a title that tells you exactly what to expect!! I also have my eye on this one:
What would Audrey do? : timeless lessons for living with grace and style / Pamela Keogh.
“Though on-camera she was often cast in the role of a carefree ingénue, Audrey Hepburn’s off-camera life was marked by challenges: growing up without a father and with the Nazi threat during her youth; a demanding film career while she was a young mother; unfaithful husbands and two divorces; and constant scrutiny from the media. Yet Audrey Hepburn always epitomized beauty and grace. In the tradition of What Would Jackie Do? bestselling author Pamela Keogh culls lessons in loveliness from a woman who survived every setback with panache.” – goodreads.com
So ya’ll know what I’ll be reading this weekend!
For some sweet, up-beat and gorgeously old-school charm, I recommend you watch a couple of her movies. If you haven’t yet been drawn in by Audrey’s irresistable manner yet, you soon will be!
Breakfast at Tiffany’s [videorecording] / Paramount Pictures ; a Jurow-Shepherd production ; directed by Blake Edwards ; produced by Martin Jurow and Richard Shepherd ; screenplay by George Axelrod.
An eccentric New York City playgirl is determined to marry a Brazilian millionaire, but her next-door neighbour, a writer, changes her plans.
Funny face [videorecording] / [presented] by Paramount Pictures.
A Cinderella story about an inconspicuous salesgirl who is whisked off to Paris by a group of fashion magazine sophisticates and transformed into a dazzling model with whom the magazine’s photographer falls in love.
Hooray for What I Wore Today! Check out the latest in our series of stylish Wellington get-ups.
Dress bought in Old Town Shanghai, boots from Skandi, panda handbag from a shop in Leftbank, sunglasses from Paekakariki and scarf (actually a kids’ poncho, re-purposed!) from Matamata.
If you’re not yet a fan of Bill Cunningham, you will be soon! I have to admit that I only encountered him for the first time a few months ago, when my workmate recommended this DVD:
Bill Cunningham New York [videorecording] / the New York Times and First Thought Films presents ; a film by Richard Press.
For decades, Bill Cunningham “has been obsessively and inventively chronicling fashion trends and high society charity soirées for the New York Times Style section in his columns ‘On the Street’ and ‘Evening Hours.’” Presented “is a delicate, funny and often poignant portrait of a dedicated artist whose only wealth is his own humanity and unassuming grace”–Container.
Bill Cunningham has been a regular on the New York fashion scene for over 40 years, passionately documenting fashion on the streets of New York. He bikes around the city on a daily basis, photographing men and women wearing interesting and beautiful outfits, and collates them into a spread such as this one, which are published weekly in the New York Times in his two columns ‘On the Street’ and ‘Evening Hours’. He’s become famous in his own right, as much for his unassuming manner as his unconventional attidtude toward fashion: “I’m not interested in celebrities, with their free dresses. I’m interested in clothes.”
Bill Cunningham New York ($4 for one week) was such a good watch!! For me, that was mostly because he is such an incredibly likeable person and is a completely unique personality - he is delightfully old-fashioned in many ways and he shies away completely from any type of fame or limelight. He’s in it purely for the pleasure of clothing and photography, and I’m not sure how many fashion photographers we can truly say that about! In true Bill Cunningham style, he doesn’t have an instagram or twitter account or even a blog of his own. There is a facebook page you can follow; it isn’t run by Bill Cunningham but by an adoring fan who links to his spreads from The New York Times. Check it out here!! There are also some video clips; made up of his own photographs and a voice-over giving Bill’s commentary on what he’s photographed, they’re suuuuuch a delightful watch!!. See the line-up here, or watch the most recent one below. I swear, you will be a Bill Cunningham fan in no time!!
Soooo… have you seen the latest collection photoshoot from Alexander McQueen? The fall 2013 campaign, starring British model Edie Campbell, dropped only days ago and these get-ups are inteeeeeense!! Definitely not what I would call ready-to-wear, but still gorgeous; this collection has been inspired by Catholicism and the Virgin Queen Elizabeth I (amongst other things), and is a true spectacle. Think pearls, feathers, bodices, headwear… and lace. So much lace. Check out my selections below, or you can view the full campaign here.
And if you’re looking to update your hipster style or just have a bit of a laugh this weekend, may I recommend this book:
So you think you’re a hipster? : cautionary case studies from the city streets / Kara Simsek ; with illustrations by Paul Parker.
50 insightful entries examining the self-proclaimed urban elite. Skinny jeans? Check. Charity-shop clothing? Check. Non-essential prescription glasses? Check. Beanie balanced artfully on the back of your skull? Check. These items have become the uniform for a new breed of young people – hipsters – determined to take over cities with their “alternative” ways whilst overloading on irony and striving to be original and creative. So You Think You’re a Hipster? examines what it takes to become one of this ever-growing tribe of middle-class urbanites, just as desperate to be accepted by their peers as they are to receive the next rent cheque from mum and dad. Over the following pages a series of hilarious case studies will identify typical examples of the subculture, helping you to avoid any future encounters with them. Take thrift-store guy, who at 35 still works selling worn sneakers and threadbare t-shirts for extortionate amounts and still dreams of one day getting his latest album reviewed on Pitchfork. Or the aspiring author who lugs around an oldfashioned typewriter to write down her inspirational musings at a moments notice. Then there’s ironic moustache man whose facial hair makes him feel like a highly individual fashion maverick, despite the fact all his graphic designer friends have one, too.
Who needs a touch of glamour?! Hit up the enviable styles of Kylie Monigue, Kate Moss and Lady Gaga, along with a touch of awards’ night elegance, with these sweet reads:
Red carpet : 21 years of fame and fashion / photographs by Frank Trapper ; edited by Katrina Fried.
21 years of red carpet events as captured by Frank Trapper. Includes Grammy, Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe events.
Kylie fashion / Kylie Minogue & William Baker ; foreword by Jean Paul Gaultier.
Published as part of the K25 celebrations this year, Kylie / Fashion is the official book celebrating twenty-five years since Kylie burst onto the music scene with The Locomotion and I Should Be So Lucky. This dazzling book celebrates her numerous and ground-breaking collaborations with the world’s great fashion designers.
Lady Gaga : critical mass fashion / by Lizzy Goodman.
“Packed with 120 full-color photos of the new queen of pop, this volume celebrates the fashion of the edgy, wildly original Lady Gaga, catching this rocketing star at her most outrageous, most revealing, and most fashionable.” (Syndetics summary)
Kate Moss : style : inside the world’s most famous wardrobe / Angela Buttolph.
“A stylish celebration of top model Kate Moss’s life in fashion. Arguably the most famous style icon of recent decades, Kate Moss is certainly one of the most photographed and talked-about celebrities of our time. Kate’s unique personal experience of the fashion industry has meant she has worked with the best designers, photographers and stylists, and worn the world’s most beautiful clothes from a very early age. Kate’s sense of style is now innate, instinctive and impeccable. Her fresh approach to dressing has turned her into a style icon for millions who buy her designs at Topshop, and emulate her style. This book not only explores the elements of Moss’s style, but her eye for putting her look together — not only where she shops and what she buys, but why. We all want a little bit of the Moss Style Mojo, and this book unravels her formula; taking us not just inside her wardrobe, but inside her head. “From the Trade Paperback edition.”" (Syndetics summary)
The complete book of Oscar fashion : 75 years of glamour on the red carpet / Reeve Chace.
“This book presents the pageantry of Oscar fashion in photos culled from 75 years of Academy Awards ceremonies. Take a walk down the Red Carpet and see the stars. Scrutinize the fashions worn by Norma Shearer in the 1920’s to Audrey Hepburn in the 1950’s and the current day trends with the likes of Halle Berry and Cameron Diaz.” (Goodreads summary)
It is official. Winter is here. Miiiiiiiiighty boo! However, there are some small pleasures that come with the colder months. Apart from the obvious benefits (a good book on the couch, baking, (am trying out either this or these this weekend!) DVD time), these are some of the finer fashion points of winter that I’ve been enjoying this season:
1. New Sonia Rykiel jumper dress!
I can’t say that I enjoy winter. In fact, the thought of dark, cold months, walking to work in the rain and having to layer up to an insane extent strikes fear into my heart. However, I do have this divine new jumper dress which makes it not quite as bad. Loving the pink and navy combo and the cute tiger around the neck; it’s also 72% wool so super snuggy. Win.
2. Scarves… ♥
I accidentally purchased this Lauren McCalmont scarf after swearing that I was going to shop less. We’ve all been there – wallet’s saying no, heart is saying yes. And it had pink and sequins and was half price… *buy*
Wait… did I say scarf? I meant picnic blanket. This thing is huuuuuuuge. In shimmer it says ‘Love my winter warmers, glad the boiler’s broken’. So whimsical.
As I’m fairly sure you know, I love scarves. Love. And I bought this one for $3 at the Saturday markets! It is 100% wool, super soft and the colours are perfect for winter. I always love the gold and black combo, and the merlot red is perfectly on-trend for this winter.
3. Wool trilby
I feel kinda gangster in this hat (in the old school, Boardwalk Empire kind of way. Def not in the thug kinda way!). And I have to admit, I quite like it. I searched eeeeverywhere for one of these (there were 6 billion available in straw or coloured wool; black wool was apparently far too common) and finally found a whole bunch in a beloved Cuba street store. Doesn’t really stand up to Wellington’s infamous wind tho… anyone have any ideas? Atm, I’m considering stitching tiny strips of elastic inside it so I can use bobbypins to attach it to my hair. Yes, it’s getting that desperate. If anyone has anything better, do let me know!
4. Cinna-snap nail polish
And… the above berry scarf looks fab with this nail polish! Was stoked with the price of this ($12, whoop) and it dries in 60 seconds. I have a hang up with making sure my nails match my outfit. As a result, I wear mostly boring / neutral nailpolish shades, so I don’t have to worry about finding clothes to match my nails each morning. This shade is perfect for winter as it matches all of the blacks / greys / reds / golds / greens / creams I’m wearing this winter.
5. Black studded brogues
I bought these especially with the foul wet and cold months in mind. I love them because they are super comfy (read: flat) and they look great with stockings and skirts or dresses. Which is basically all I wear. I also love gold, and the studs introduce a bit of interest and bling, so they don’t just look like school shoes.
6. YSL merlot lipstick
This was a gift, and I love it. It’s a lipcolour I wouldn’t have purchased for myself, even though it has been on-trend for ages – I’ve always believed a bright, ruby red lip is the best (ooh, or crimson!), but certainly not dark red. But I have been thrashing this and I stand corrected! The darker shade is perfect for winter and, as you can see, the case is beautiful. It has a glitter balm on one side of it, which you can layer over top of the red for a really different look.
7. Spotted tights
I know I’ve reached my quota, but I have to sneak one more thing in! It is one of the perils of favouring skirts and dresses over pants that, in winter, you get really cold legs. I love these spotted stockings (for the grand total of $5) as they make a change from plain black, and can really lift an otherwise kinda plain outfit.
Check out these reads for your own hit of Sonia Rykiel and YSL style:
Sonia Rykiel / edited by Olivier Saillard.
“Though designing since 1962, Sonia Rykiel achieved instant acclaim when she founded her own label in 1968. She is celebrated for creating several transformative decorative features that transformed knitwear into fashion. These include inside-out stitching, no-hem and “unlined” pieces, bold stripes, lace, rhinestones and sweaters with written messages. She is also known for several signature looks including long clinging sweaters, small cropped pullovers, large rolled-back cuffs, and long shawls usually in a spectrum of key colors (beige, grey, dark blue and charcoal). These looks all reflected her philosophy of la démode, or “un-fashion” which abolished total-look diktats in favor of a wardrobe adapted to expressing a woman’s individual personality.” (adapted from amazon.com)
Yves Saint Laurent / [the authors, J́erome Savignon and Bernard Blistène ; Florence Müller, senior curator ; Farid Chenoune, assistant curator].
“”The Yves Saint Laurent exhibition was held at the Petit Palais/Musee des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, March 11-August 29, 2010.”–P. ” (Syndetics summary)
As promised, part two of our TV Style Guide! If you haven’t seen part one yet, check it here.
4. Boardwalk Empire
Boardwalk is pretty much my favourite show on TV. Soooo good. Basically, I would like to own a raft of Margaret Schroeder-style beaded dresses… So pretty!! Boardwalk Empire also features some swoon-worthy menswear too… treat your eyes here and here. For more guides to 20s dress:
Art Deco fashion / Suzanne Lussier.
“The costume and decor of the Ballets Russes took Paris by storm in 1909 and fuelled a mania for the exotic, for vibrant patterns and rich, luxurious textiles. It only took the genius of designers like Paul Poiret and Natalia Goncharova to transform these into garments that were bold, inventive and quintessentially modern. Ballet, theatre and cinema all lent ideas to mainstream fashion, as did artists of the avant-garde such as Sonia Delaunay.”–BOOK JACKET.
Boardwalk empire. The complete second season [videorecording] / HBO Entertainment presents ; created by Terence Winter.
Atlantic City, 1921. In a city whose fortunes have soared in the wake of Prohibition, Nucky Thompson is paying a steep price for wielding ultimate power in ‘the world’s playground’. Though the 1920 election is over, Nucky finds himself the target of a federal investigation for vote tampering, and an insurrection by those he counted among his closest allies.
5. The Hour
Negl, I could have sobbed when I heard The Hour had been cancelled!! I LOVE this show for its intrigue, drama and, of course, its 50s fashion. It was The Hour’s Bel Rowley that inspired me to go buy a houndstooth pencil skirt (rockin’ it). Pegged as the British answer to Mad Men, the show oozed fashion appeal with pencil skirts, phenomenal midi dresses, wide-leg pants and chic shirts. The characters also wear a lot of silk scarves – my fave! I found this site the best for incorporating The Hour into your style. These are good too:
Fifty fashion looks that changed the 1950s / Paula Reed.
This title takes a fresh look at key fashion pieces from the 1950s. From the bombshell glamour of Marilyn Monroe in ‘How to Marry a Millionaire’ to the emergence of teenage style, via the sculptural forms of Christian Dior’s new look and Balenciaga’s double A-line, it celebrates all the important looks that revolutionised modern fashion.
The hour. Series 2 [videorecording] / created by Abi Morgan ; a Kudos Film and Television production for BBC.
“Rejoining The Hour a year on in 1957, the team are still striving to broadcast the stories they believe in, grappling with the disturbing threat of the Cold War and a country in the grip of unsettling, rapid change. Bel is still single, but finds herself taking on her adversary Bill Kendall, an ITV producer whose magnetic charm she can’t help but find irresistible. Hector has risen to the status of a national celebrity and, drawn into the seductive glamour of Soho nightclub, El Paradis, falls under the spell of the beautiful and seductive KiKi. No longer happy at The Hour under Randall’s new regime, he is tempted by offers from ITV, but when a night at the club goes badly wrong, scandal threatens and Hector must try and stop a news story that could destroy his marriage and his career. Investigative reporter Freddie makes an unexpected return to uncover and tackle police corruption within the world of Soho crime and vice.”–Container.
Oh, Glee. Such a staple ingredient in the tv watcher’s diet!! Glee’s teenage stars have been wowing us with their fashion (okay, and other talents) since the show first aired on our screens in 2009. And fortunately, there are loads of websites to help you steal their style!! I found this one the best, and this was good as well. I also found a website entirely dedicated to the fashion of Glee, which is a great place to start if you’ve spied a particular outfit or piece of clothing that you like on the show, and are wanting to buy the same thing or similar.
Along with our extensive range of Glee DVDs, we also have Glee novels:
Glee : summer break : an original novel / by Sophia Lowell.
“Fans are clamoring for more showmance, more mash-ups, more Cheerios . . . more “Glee”! Now, Gleeks everywhere can spend more time with uber-ambitious Rachel Berry, outrageous Kurt Hummel, and dreamy Finn Hudson with these completely original stories about everyone’s favorite glee club.” (Syndetics summary)
Glee : music from the Fox television show : piano/vocal/guitar.
“This songbook features tunes from the hit FOX TV show about an enthusiastic teacher who, against many obstacles, tries to bring a high school glee club into the spotlight. Aimed at the underdog in all of us, the show features pop songs from the past and present, sung by a group of teens who just might prove all their doubters wrong. 16 songs: Alone * Bust Your Windows * Confessions Part II * Don’t Stop Believin’ * Gold Digger * Halo * Hate on Me * It’s My Life * Keep Holding On * No Air * Push It * Rehab * Somebody to Love * Take a Bow * Walking on Sunshine * You Keep Me Hangin’ On.” (Syndetics summary)
And, of course, the DVDs:
Glee. The complete third season [videorecording] / [created by Ian Brennan, Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk].
The Gleeks are headed for the Nationals and graduation. Younger members join New Directions, and others are about to begin new lives outside it.
So never fear!! We have all your Glee needs covered.