Double your wardrobe (Not your budget!) with easy-to-wear staples that work overtime — a.m. to p.m., season to season, modeled by Mia Maestro.
After landing on the tarmac at JFK, a commercial plane goes radio-silent. The power shuts off; the crew is unresponsive and the passengers motionless.
The actress-singer plays a scientist trying to stop the spread of a deadly vampire virus—but she promises it’s unlike any other vamp show we’ve ever seen.
The Strain isn’t just "a vampire show." That’s an over-simplification. Guillermo del Toro’s new project—of which he is the co-author, producer, and part-time director—is a far cry from Twilight or Nosferatu.
Actress-musician Mía Maestro battles vampires, writes songs in two languages, and conducts a tea ceremony worthy of a Chinese monk. Is there anything she can’t do?
Inspired by the mysterious quiet of artist Cecilia Paredes’ “photo performances”, the video for Mia Maestro’s single “Blue Eyed Sailor” depicts a perpetual metamorphosis.