on Aug 7, 2013 in Whiteboard
Camilla Luddington attends the 2013 TCA Summer Press Tour Party in a Guishem dress paired with Saint Laurent sandals.
[Photo Credit: Andrew Evans/PRPhotos.com]
Robocop, female version. This is not working…. her chest looks odd, like wet… I don’t know, but this ‘dress’ should be sent back ASAP
first thought: Frankendress
Not sure where her boobs migrated to :/ Makeup is flawless, though!
Agreed. Only make up is worth the look here.
And the shoes! If she had foregone those sleeve things it could have been a winner, maybe. Her face is magical.
Snow White 2.0
Exactly–I was thinking Snow White’s evil twin. Or naughty night out.
It’s Snow White in Disney on Ice!
It’s both, @disqus_gdQlIYQpik:disqus and @diegoelunico:disqus !
It’s Snow White 2.0 – and Ms. Robocop! You knew Disney was going to work that corporate synergy into their ROBOCOP reboot somehow.
She looks great (well, once she stops squinting, anyway) – but the dress looks like some weird-ass Halloween costume Heidi Klum had made…and rejected.
Are those little batman symbols or tiny Australias on her dress?
Damask (is it?) and racer back….weird.
I don’t understand.
Absolutely confounding. Someone actually designed this thing.
Far too much going on on the top of that THING.
Word. But an original display of underarm, gotta say.
Armpits could be the new babyheads.
I thought they were oddly colored leather until reading this comment. Actually, I had convinced myself they couldn’t BE skin – it would be too odd. I was wrong. Now I can’t unsee the pit! Am confused as to the reason that was thought “fashionable”
This is dictionary example of a Frankendress.
Her dress can’t decide if it’s going for Disney princess or futuristic spaceship captain.
Brocade curtains and gift wrap. Too much going on. The shoes are nice.
Joan of Arc for the 21st century.
Do we really need armpit cut outs?
only if there is hair…
Too many things… just too many things happening.
The skirt looks like it was just hot glued in place.
She’s pretty, the cutouts are weird. It’s like two borderline-overwrought dresses melded together.
Remove the shoulder caps and it would be…better?
Frankendress: Couch Materials Edition.
My corpse is over in the corner, dead of laughter.
I think this dress is awesome. But it is wearing her. She does not have the poise or personality to do it justice…nor the hairdo…this dress is wasted on her….whoever she is…
The dress got its inspiration from one of those plastic medical models used for education. “I am Camilla’s Armpit.”
This may be the first time I’ve ever looked at a dress and thought “That makes her armpits look bad.” That’s not right.
It’s two cute dresses slapped together…what a shame. The colors look great on her and her head looks fab.
Considering that she’s not that well known, I applaud her not-that-horrible-all-things-considered attention-getting dress. Plus, shoes and makeup is nice (but could have used a stronger lip color). At least she’s not getting ignored.
Was this one of the rejected PR unconventional challenge dresses? Because that would be the only thing that makes sense here.
Not dress related, but she has amazing skin. I’m jealous.
Yeah, I want a dress that features my armpits for the red carpet. Yep, that’s the ticket.
That name couldn’t be more British unless she was a Dowager Countess.
Shchawing and a miss
Shouldn’t she be holding a shield and sword…or some super hero accessory?
PR Challenge: “Design an ice skating costume using only the materials at this local curtain warehouse!”
What an odd dress. And the styling makes her look like the dark-haired Paris Hilton.
It’ not robocop, she has bats on her skirt and the cutouts are batshaped. She’s batgirl.
Abstract bat motif – perfect for vampire-cocktail lounge hostess look.
It might be cute without those dumb sleeves..
I keep seeing batman symbols in her skirt. And once there, I just can’t get rid of them. Call the Bat, rid our fair city of this outfit.
“We’ll be docking at Deep Space Nine in 30 minutes, gentlemen. Can I freshen your drinks?”
She’s not worthy.
It looks like something a booth babe would wear at Comicon or something you’d own if you were into cosplay.
That is a really beautiful costume for Ice Capades: Batman!
Who? I guess they spent so much time on her makeup that they ran out of time when it came to doing her hair.
I might have liked the dress if not for all of the cutouts on the bodice. Too many elements as-is.
The brocade pattern is fug-granny, all the way, but I’m really into the shape and interesting cut-outs. At least it’s not your average look.
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