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Finally, 'Pulp Fiction' Eyeshadow and David Lynch Leggings Are Available For All

Criticwire By Max O'Connell | Criticwire July 23, 2014 at 10:52AM

The new project that David Lynch fans have been waiting for.
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David Lynch has been extremely busy doing things other than, you know, making movies. Since the release of his last feature, 2006's "Inland Empire," Lynch has ventured into all different sorts of businesses: a club in Paris, Silencio, based on the club from "Mulolland Drive," writings and promotions of Transcendental Meditation, his own coffee brand, and even a pair of electronica albums. Now, just in time for the release of the spiffy "Twin Peaks" Blu-Ray box set, David Lynch has a project that all of his fans have been waiting for: leggings.

More specifically, the David Lynch Foundation has a series of clothing for Live the Process, described on their website as "a guide to wellness and holistic health from a curated group of experts in Beauty, Fitness, Meditation, Nutrition, Energy Therapies and Quantum Physics, as seen through a modernist lens." Sounds exactly like the kind of thing that Lynch would go for, and his line of clothing includes leggings, geometric shorts, bras, and a t-shirt. The designs don't look too much more complicated than simple floral patterns, but the proceeds go to support victims of abuse, so for anyone who's interested, here they are.

In addition to that, cinephiles looking for the right kind of eyeshadow can turn to Urban Decay's limited-edition Pulp Fiction Palette. The styles in the box (which features Jules Winnfield's Ezekiel speech on the back) are listed as "Righteous," "Tyranny," "Vengeance," and "Furious/Anger." Now one can only hope that Wes Anderson gets to work on a Margot Tenenbaum hairdo kit so the auteur filmmaker style trilogy is complete.

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