In an Ideal World, This is How We’d Get Ready
Does this sound familiar to you?
You’ve got 9.5 minutes to be out the door, you’re frenziedly checking Wevther.com in ratty granny panties — sure, I’m totally wearing a beanie for the fourth day in a row — then you finally throw your hands up in the air and wring them like you just don’t care (and you actually don’t at this point).
If this scene sounds similar to your a.m. routine, you definitely won’t relate much to Up & Out, a sun-dappled, designer-clothing-filled, mercifully fictional Nowness video the Man Repeller (or rather, one of her contributors) alerted us to. Instead of toothpaste-crust and heads stuck in sleeves, Chanel skirts morph into Gucci dresses and Molly Smith floats through a seriously sweet house strewn everywhere with current-season Miu Miu.
We’d estimate filmmaker Joshua Stocker‘s perfect morning is only about
60 50 27 percent replicable in real life, but leaving shoes on your kitchen counter is a completely doable takeaway.