Kirsten, who’s been known to favor the brand before, gets her serious Rodarte on for Bullett mag. The results are about as odd as you’d expect.
Kirsten Dunst is featured in the Spring 2013 issue of Bullett magazine photographed by Frederik Heyman in Rodarte Spring 2013 clothing and accessories.
Its okay. We guess. A somewhat standard “I’m being ARTY” celebutorial, but she’s suited for it. We like it when Miss Kirsten gets weird. She’s always been good at it.
It’s just that we’re finally ready to come out of the closet and admit that we just don’t love Rodarte. Sure, we understand what they’re trying to do and all. It’s great if they want to play around with shape and proportion and our preconceptions about what “goes” with what else. But the vast majority of their clothes just look odd to us – and not in a “Oh, how odd. Let me ponder it” kinda way, but a “Dude, that’s fucking weird-looking” one. There is such a thing as taking a too-intellectual approach to things, you know. We tend to think their clothes look like a stylist on a cocaine binge pulled an all-nighter. We appreciate the attempt to shift the style conversation a little, so to speak, but we rarely ever feel like they land on something thought-provoking or even pretty.
[Photo Credit: Frederik Heyman for Bullett Magazine, style.com]