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The mesmerizing and painfully Blade T-Shirt . Sad new French series Laetitia is technically a true-crime drama, but that overused genre label doesn’t do justice to the delicate, emotional work director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade has achieved across these six episodes (the first is now streaming on HBO Max, with new episodes appearing weekly). De Lestrade is best known as a documentarian—his addictive 2004 series The Staircase in many ways kicked off the current true-crime boom—but Laetitia shows he’s equally talented as a writer and director of actors. Though based on the notorious and brutal murder of a teenager in France in 2011, the series achieves the storytelling immersion of great fiction. In last week’s episode, 18-year-old Laetitia (Marie Colomb), who lives in a foster home in western France, goes missing, her scooter turning up abandoned on the road one early morning. Her twin sister, Jessica (Sophie Breyer), is distraught—and her stern-faced foster father, Gilles (Sam Karmann), takes charge, seemingly a force of protection for the girls. But De Lestrade uncovers widening circles of neglect, abuse, and despair in this small community, and while the disappearance of Laetitia isn’t the mystery that drives the show (the culprit is caught early), Laetitia derives suspense from unexpected places. This is an almost unbearably tragic story and a hugely gripping one.
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And although it’s the label’s Blade T-Shirt . First full collection of activewear, founder and CEO Joanna Griffiths says it’s something she’s always wanted to explore, testing the waters with the wildly popular Catalyst sports bra. “When I first started Knix, we had the idea to launch with leakproof underwear. One of the main reasons people needed this product was for when they were active, so I always knew that Knix and active were kind of synonymous with one another,” says Griffiths over Zoom. “And then we made our sports bra, which was two years in the making, and the design brief was literally, ‘when people see this sports bra, I want them to feel like they’ve had that Nokia phone and they’ve just seen the iPhone for the first time.’ We wanted to change the game, and then we did.” Graham credits that very sports bra for making her a Knix fan for life and motivating her to become an investor in the brand.
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