Julia Roberts in Christian Dior at “The Normal Heart” Premiere

Posted on May 13, 2014

Julia, no. No, honey. Step away from the Dior.


Julia-Roberts-Christian-Dior-The-Normal-Heart-NY-Screening-Tom-Loenzo-Site-TLO (1)Julia Roberts attends screening of “The Normal Heart” at Ziegfeld Theater in New York City in a Christian Dior double-breasted jacket and dress paired with a Roger Vivier clutch, Casadei pumps, and a Wilfredo Rosado necklace.

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The Dior is not your friend. The Dior will act all cool in front of you, but as soon as you leave, The Dior is going to run to the ladies room with all the other dresses and talk shit about you.

We feel confident this played out thusly:

Stylist: Here. It’s Dior.

Academy Award Winner Julia Roberts: Dior? Okay.

Lady stars: DON’T TRUST THE LABEL. Especially if the label’s Dior right now.  The shape of the jacket’s terrible on her and the skirt looks f’d up.



[Photo Credit: Ben Gabbe/Getty Images, Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFphoto.com, IMAXTree]

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  • Janet B

    Finally, someone wears a Necklace.
    Nice shoes, too.

    • sienna elm

      And obscures it!

    • Kitten Mittons

      Yes, I like it all from the neck up and the legs down. The clothes are not for her.

      The messy hair would look better with another outfit. I looove those shoes.

      • demidaemon

        I think the only part I can endorse is the shoes. I hate everything else about it. The length says upscale escort and the hair is just bad.

        • Kitten Mittons

          Ha, I was getting a “hotel concierge who needs to fix her skirt after using the restroom” vibe.

          The hair, I dunno. I don’t mind messy hair, in the right context. This ain’t it, though. The more I look at her hair, the less I like it.

          • demidaemon

            Messy hair works for dates methinks, but not for professional appearances.

            That hair is awful. Part of the reason I am getting a streetwalker vibe here is that Julia seems to be on a “relive my Pretty Woman days while also maybe having some lower body wardrobe malfunctions” kick lately.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Maybe she doesn’t have a full-length mirror? Or know what year it is??

          • demidaemon

            Possibly on both. She should really invest in the mirror and a reality check.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Well, the reality check bounced, I think. She must be waiting for Dior to lend her a mirror.

          • demidaemon

            That is probably one-fucked up looking mirror with skewed light refraction. A circus mirror would be a safer bet.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Maybe, just maybe, that’s what Hollywood needs. Like Bizarro World. To see themselves as normal humans, they need fun house mirrors.

          • demidaemon

            This would be a fun experiment, if just to see how starlets would respond.

    • demidaemon

      Yes, with a horrible outfit.

  • Mrs. Julien

    Great shoes though.

    • Lilithcat

      If only they fit!

  • Lilithcat

    The skirt looks f’d up on the model, too. It’s just a terrible design.

    And get your hair out of your eyes, Julia!

    • demidaemon

      It IS Dior, after all!

  • Carly Clement

    My mind cant cope with the proportions!!!! TERRIBLE! and bad hair… I love the coat… but not at this event and not with that dress!!!! cute shoes though (and again not with that outfit)

  • duckgirlie

    jackets that are longer then skirts always scream either “jazz hands” or “young person”

  • gayle

    This is not great but not really horrible either. There is just no shape too it. Her hair is the real problem for me, get it out of your face Julia!

  • amanda siegelson

    i do love the material of the jacket… and the shoes, of course. she also looks slightly less miserable than normal. maybe this movie isn’t a shit show like her last one was.

  • Karen Belgrad

    It’s couture… as if designed by Julie from the Love Boat.

    On the plus side, her legs look fabulous.

  • In my opinion, lady suit jackets should either look undeniably feminine and fitted, OR as if a hot man has just taken it off and draped it about your frail shoulders. This is neither. And get your hair out of your face, you are too old for that shit.

    • alyce1213

      The good thing about hair in her face is that we can see only one crazy eye.

      • demidaemon

        I actually think that’s worse. Who knows what the other eye is doing or thinking?

    • FrigidDiva

      Case in point, see Charlize at the Met Gala. I don’t think I would have loved that look as much without the jacket draped over the shoulders.

    • kmk05

      Thank you. You just put into words what I could never nail about suit jackets. Also, it isn’t just the hairstyle! That colour is doing her no favours.

  • HomeOfficeGirl

    Hmm…this look confuses me. I don’t hate the overall look going on here. I don’t even mind her hair in her face because her face bugs me so much and hair over half kind of softens the blow of the crazy eyes we always get from her.
    The jackets ok. The skirt is wonky. I like the shoes and – hey, great legs, Julia!!

  • artgirl9

    I am so tired of hemlines being crazy for the sake of being crazy. Looks like the skirt got caught up underneath the jacket. C’mon Dior!

    • holla

      right? on first look I thought her skirt got tuck in her panties. This skirt shouldn’t be worn covered at that waist.

  • Dear Julia: we all agree you still have great legs. However, you needn’t be displaying them at premieres and photocalls any more…..WE KNOW. Save that “88 inches of therapy” to display at the beach or some other, more appropriate place. You’re no longer a starlet with something to prove, my dear. Mkay?
    In other news: that skirt is a disaster–the hem looks wonky on the model’s photo, too. The shoes are cute and a nice counterpoint to the outfit. The hair is tragic.

    • numenah

      Same message needs to go out to Goop.

    • @Biting Panda

      Oh my friend, as a woman of some height (5’8) but having short, seemingly ankle-less legs, I must humbly disagree. If I could walk around on those stems, I would butter them up and show them off the world, nearly every weather willing chance I had.

      • SugarSnap108

        Ah-men. I have long legs for my height, but am bogged down by cankles. Were I free of them, and had these legs instead, I’d be trotting them out whenever I had a reason.

    • Twix

      Sorry NurseEllen but if she’s got it she can flaunt it – not here for women telling other women to cover up, especially when it’s something as inoffensive as kneecaps and thighs!

      • demidaemon

        I think she should show them, but not to the point where a minor breeze is going to show off the goods.

    • Glam Dixie

      My legs have always been one of my best features, long and slender even as the middle of me begins to spread out a bit, so it was hard for me to come to terms with it, but I agree, mini skirts are not for anyone past their mid-thirties. Just adding an inch or two to the hem will still show off the gorgeous legs.

    • demidaemon

      YES TO ALL OF THIS. Thank you for realizing how desperate she looks!

  • littlevase

    The skirt is so cheap looking and laughable but I love the jacket. It would look so good with a pencil skirt and a strappier shoe. Like how Carine Roitfeld would do it. I don’t know from Dior so I have no idea if this is “typical” but I can’t even with that skirt.

    • bitchybitchybitchy

      I see possibiilities for the jacket-as you noted, it could work with a pencil skirt, or fitted pants. The strappy shoe sounds better to me, too.
      The hemline on this skirt is silly. It looks like the work of a nervous novice sewer, not the work of a once respected design house.

      • decormaven

        Seriously, it’s the latter with the hemline. That is just a huge fail on the part of Dior.

        • bitchybitchybitchy

          While I know that designers like to play around with asymmetry, when the end result is this, it’s a fail. Period. End of subject.

    • 3boysful

      I wonder if she wouldn’t look hip-py (tho hip-py for Julia is not like hip-py for mere mortals) if that wonky skirt wasn’t under there?

  • Anna

    Julia seriously needs a new stylist. This is just one of many train wrecks.

  • sienna elm

    Please get a conditioning treatment for your hair! and give it a rest from the highlights/straightening for at least a year!! It will thank you.

    (and so might we)

  • teensmom99

    I can see why this look is something a woman would want to wear (not on the RC but perhaps for a luncheon). The idea of it is sort of classic –I can see my late mother thinking it was a classic wardrobe staple. But there’s just something so off about it between the conception and the execution.

    • alyce1213

      I think it’s definitely classic, but the proportions are off.

      • teensmom99

        I totally agree. What I meant to say is that it looked bad but I get why women go for this look even when the proportions are off. Not every women has internal gay uncles in her head or real gay uncles to tell her what to do.

    • demidaemon

      It’s a bit short for a luncheon, no?

      • teensmom99

        Yes, this is the movie star version so it’s short but I think the classic look –which is totally messed up in execuion here–is nautical with boxy blazer and pleated skirt.

  • Sarah

    Huh. I don’t like the shoes. I think they look like Daisy Duck’s shoes. (This could be because the white edge emphasizes their hugeness). I also think that if that coat was just a couple of inches longer, she could’ve lost the wonky skirt altogether and been okay.

    • mjude

      daisy ducks! love

    • 3boysful

      I really don’t think I’ve ever seen a pair by Cassadei that I’ve liked.

      • kimmeister

        This might be the first pair I’ve seen that doesn’t have a metal stick as the heel.

    • kimmeister

      I like the idea of black pumps with white trim (since I have a few pairs like that!) but these ones look ridiculously wide.

    • demidaemon

      Or it would have been hidden from view. Potato, potahto.

  • eowyn_of_rohan

    As a Normal Heart fan pissed that Julia got this role over the woman who won a Tony for it, let me just say that Ellen Barkin would’ve worn it better. Ellen’s at least nutty enough that she would have had fun with it.

    • alyce1213

      Ellen Barkin fan checking in! She’s always been able to do a menswear look, she’s got that edgy and fun-loving character.
      And she can act rings around Miss Thing here.

  • Jessica Freeman

    I didn’t hate this so much until I saw the skirt. I really do not care for her with blond hair.

  • Kerri

    If she had swapped out the skirt/dress for some skinny black pants and a silky white camisole, this might be okay. But the combo of that jacket with that skirt is just not working.

  • Gatto Nero

    The idea of the menswear jacket is fine, but the cut is all wrong and is doing terrible things to her shape.
    There is no excuse for the wonky skirt.
    Her face is beautiful, though.

  • FibonacciSequins

    It looks decent on the model. The jacket’s too long/too big on Julia. I like the shoes, but not as part of this ensemble.

  • cmb123

    And her shoes are too big. A pet peeve. Get shoes that fit ladies

  • majorbedhead

    That looks like a total Walk of Shame outfit.

    • Kent Roby

      I typed the same comment before seeing yours….I keep getting posts thrown about in random order.

      • caroline

        Did a search for this before commenting. This doesn’t just look Walk of Shame, it shouts it from the rooftops!

  • ashtangajunkie

    Oh Julia, you have a great laugh and nice legs and terrible taste in clothing for any and all venues and events.

  • Danielle

    Legs for days, though. Legs for days.

    • Carleenml

      girl just can’t get enough of showing them off these days. who can blame her.

      • demidaemon

        *raises hand* I can with skirts this short.

  • MilaXX

    Does she have a new stylist? It seems like lately she has been wearing things best left to 20 somethings. This is is bad. Bad shape on jackets, silly skirt, and shoes a size to big. Nope, nope, nope.

    • eowyn_of_rohan

      She always loved the menswear, though. Never had a clue how to wear it, bless her heart. If TLo said this was an outfit she recycled from the red carpet premiere of “I Love Trouble” or one of her other mid-nineties flops then I honestly would have believed it.

      • @Biting Panda

        The purple interview outfit in Notting Hill? So her.

      • MilaXX

        I have no issue with the menswear look, it’s just that lately everything is too short and young looking I take issue with. I only mention the jacket because the shape is awful.

  • alyce1213

    The skirt looks wanky on the model as well. Is it supposed to be asymmetrical in front? Terrible idea.
    The coat is beautiful, but the shape and length are better for trousers, not a short skirt.

  • clatie

    She does have gorgeous legs, doesn’t she? The rest is a damn mess.

  • 25or6to4

    More like step away from the Sun-In. She looks so much better with a richer hair color!

    • YousmelllikeAnnaWintour

      Oh, man. Sun-In. My sister really messed up her hair with that crap one time when we were kids, lol.

  • Hate the outfit. Love the shoes!

  • Viviennne


  • Judy_S

    Not even the model doesn’t look like her skirt got caught in her unmentionables.

    • cocohall

      That is exactly what I was thinking – it looks as if she has just come back from the loo and didn’t quite get herself all put back together properly.

      I will say that upon closer inspection, the materials in the jacket and skirt look like beautiful textiles, but they are just poorly deployed here.

      And Miss Julia? A word? If you are trying to regain your crown as America’s sweetheart, you are going to have to try a little harder on the fashion front, and look a little less smug on the personal front. There have been many miles of road between Mystic Pizza and now. Please study the career of Diane Lane. A beautiful woman who has character actress talent. That should be your template.

      • demidaemon

        It would probably also help if her style didn’t resemble retreads of one of her most famous roles style: that of Pretty Woman.

  • GillianHolroyd

    What is the point of getting free designer clothes if they clearly do not fit? At what point does wearing a “name” trump looking well-dressed?

    As someone said in the Met Gala thread, “If Prada calls, don’t answer!” Same with Dior.

    • formerlyAnon


      • demidaemon

        Also Stella McCartney, Peter Pilotto, etc., unless you are allowed to do major alterations, which doesn’t occur 90% of the time.

  • Anna

    Julia appears to have gotten part of the bistro tablecloth she wrapped around herself stuck in the waistband of her underwear. Blazer is Ally McBeal Season 1.

    • Kitten Mittons

      If she’d had a dancing baby as an accessory, I’d be a lot more pleased with the result.

      • Anna

        It certainly would’ve been a welcome distraction from her get-up!

        • Kitten Mittons

          Speaking of distractions, now I’ve got the song stuck in my head. Guess I know what today’s ear worm will be.

          • Anna

            Sorry! I was willing myself not to think of it, but even that was enough to get it stuck in my head. I’m also distracted by the nail polish, pretty sure I got a bottle of Wet ‘n Wild in that colour for Christmas 1986.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Yeah, I don’t know what the heck that is. Nothing against pink, but I wouldn’t have put it with this outfit.

            But I wouldn’t have worn this outfit, so, there’s that.

          • Anna

            Same, I love pink! This particular shade looks very dated and harsh.

          • demidaemon

            Speaking of earworms, I feel like I have Rupaul on repeat in my head lately and it’s interrupting my sleep, which is very no bueno.

          • Kitten Mittons

            And the OOGA-CHAKKA didn’t knock it out? That’s a pretty stubborn earworm.

          • demidaemon

            Well, now it did. Thanks. I’m tired and I just finished assessments, so my brain is firing on like half a cylinder.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Sorry :/
            But yay for finished assessments? “Finished” is almost always good.

          • demidaemon

            Yes. The assessments are actually on my students for their course objectives. It’s just paperwork and record-keeping, but then you have to analyze how you will improve student success, blah blah blah. Tedious, but our bosses have been getting on our asses to do them more regularly, and since I teach GenEd courses, I get to do them every semester. YAY! Not.

          • Kitten Mittons

            The professorial version of TPS reports, it sounds like.

            I’d just fail them all at first, then slowly start bringing grades up each year to make myself look like an amazing teaching machine. Thankfully, for America’s youth, I do not teach.

          • demidaemon

            Pretty much. At least they made our assessed objective more reasonable in recent years, rather than the original. Today, it’s “compare a rough draft against it’s revised version. Make sure it has been revised to some degree and doesn’t suck.” (Obviously paraphrased.) The original was, “Have your students attempt to choose a topic that will fit both an informative essay and persuasive essay, so that you can compare the informative to the resulting persuasive. Watch moist fail miserably at both assignments.” (Also paraphrased.)

            Unfortunately, I can’t fail them, since I usually only have them for a single semester. There are certainly some students I would like to teach advanced courses to, but I haven’t been given that opportunity. And that is why i am (hopefully) leaving this year to continue my education.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Well, I hope you get to do that. As happy as I was to finish my MBA and swore I was done with school FOREVER, I’d probably get another degree, if given the chance. Or even just courses for funsies. I always was a school nerd.

            Are you shooting for a degree, or something in particular?

          • demidaemon

            PhD in English. I’m just waiting to hear about funding, because I want to avoid student loans as much as possible. I have enough of those, thank you very much.

          • Kitten Mittons

            Oooh, bravo. I hope you get to do it!

          • demidaemon

            Thanks! Me too!

    • kimmeister

      Paired with an Ally McBeal-length skirt, just a different shape.

    • demidaemon


  • heartbot

    The jacket’s too big.

  • Alyssa

    Gorgeous necklace…however, this look didn’t call for it. I say keep the necklace & get rid of everything else!

  • nannypoo

    She doesn’t look any worse than she usually does.

  • Jackie K

    Patsy, Patsy Stone, Stone Patsy, Patsy Stone.

  • boweryboy

    Damn! It’s Offensive and Revolting.

    • demidaemon

      HAH! The newest BK acronym!

  • Kent Roby

    This should be labelled Dior’s “Walk of Shame” line; that skirt is all kinds of messy.

    • stellamaris73

      Looks just as bad on the model, too.

  • bitchybitchybitchy

    The Dior is not your friend. The Dior will act all cool in front of you, but as soon as you leave, The Dior is going to run to the ladies room with all the other dresses and talk shit about you.

    Exactly. TLo, once again I bow before you.

  • elemspbee

    hot mess

  • gitchygitchymama

    LOL….that jacket is a Calvin Klein Collection knock-off of Armani – circa 1992.

  • seventeenwest

    She looks like she’s cold at a wedding in an ice skating rink and borrowed her date’s jacket.

  • Anne

    It’s too bad, because I think she could rock a similar jacket if the cut were better–there’s something about the heaviness of the fabric that I like on her.

  • ktr33

    I’m 55, I’m on the country club patio having a cocktail after a game of tennis, still have my tennis dress on but have changed into pumps. A little chilly, honey, can I borrow your blazer?

  • Kent Roby

    We’ve seen so much bad Dior lately, as well as hideous Balenciaga; it can drive a person to sob into their vodka.

  • Anapestic

    I agree that the shape of the jacket is unfortunate, and the hemline of the skirt is wonky, but I think the look as a whole succeeds because the bad jacket/skirt and the great shoes combine to draw attention to her legs, which are fabulous.

  • Jennifer Bober

    I could live with the shape of the jacket if she had paired it with a pair of skinny pants. That skirt, however, is just not helping.

  • Cee Layton

    You mean that skirt is SUPPOSED to look like that?!?!?

  • Leah Elzinga

    when was she EVER the girly-girl, Francophile? Dior doesn’t make any sense for her.

  • B_C_J

    The jacket is way too large & the skirt’s hemline is definitely not even.

  • schadenfreudelicious

    Reminds me of what a hemline would look like if part of it was caught in the waistband of your undergarments after a trip to the ladies…

  • FoxInSocks

    I liked it until I scrolled lower than the elbows. Then “oooh” went to “ooohdeeear”. The whole thing reads a bit like she “unexpectedly” spent the night with a coworker and had to repurpose her outfit so it wouldn’t be obvious she was wearing the same thing as yesterday. Business casual walk of shame.

    • Candigirl1968

      When I saw the top, I said to myself, “she’s been relying upon her legs to do all the work this season, I am betting this is nothing more than a hoohoo skimmer.” I should have called in Vegas and put money on it.

      What has happened to Dior. It’s become the new Stella McCartney in terms of general unwearability.

  • The hair and the skirt match. They both look like they need adjusting.

  • Valdri8


  • formerlyAnon

    God no. You have M O N E Y. This is your JOB. Buy some damn basics that fit and look good, have ’em copied in 5 colors/fabrics, and let the stylist fill in the accessories, blouses, details.*

    * Yeah, I’m ignorant but I do know that’s Not Done and Missing the Point. But really. Why go along with The Way Things Are Done, if you get this kind of results. Did you diet, exercise, pay for rejuvenating procedures, hydrate, moisturize and pay a boat load of professionals to help you do it all, so you could look like THIS?

    • demidaemon

      Well, she probably could have purchased this and any other outfit she wanted, had them properly altered, and still have bazillions in the bank. So she really has no excuse, other than the laziness offered via free clothing. If Oprah knows how to do it, then so should everyone.

  • gabbilevy

    Can anyone recall a Dior from the past few months that wasn’t awful? The brand has taken quite a nosedive.

  • frannyprof

    And why leave the last button undone? some kind of a statement? a secret message? Seriously, she never gets it quite right. And she’s been doing this for forever. Hair & makeup look good, though.

  • marlie

    I actually don’t hate this. The jacket could be fitted better, and she needed a less fussy skirt, but it’s the beginning of a good idea. I still think Julia looks better as a redhead, though.

  • DIOR is the new FRUMPY!

  • Imasewsure

    I don’t know… her head looks good… the messy hair makes her seem less uptight and the makeup is pretty

  • sk8tfan

    The hemline looks wonky on the model, too, which makes me wonder if it was designed that way. Just looks sloppy, and has no relation to the jacket. Don’t these people have mirrors? Are they like vampires, where the mirror doesn’t show their reflection?

  • ojosazules

    I agree that lady stars should step away from any current Dior. Except Julia Roberts. Julia Roberts should wear nothing on the red carpet but this year’s Dior.

  • quiltrx

    Love the necklace, love the shoes. The jacket’s good from the top to the first buttons….then everything goes wrong. No effort hair and weird dress are just no.

  • Melanie

    …but frumpy is the new pretty.

  • Tarquin

    Looks like she’s put her husband’s jacket on over a tennis dress

  • unbornfawn

    Hot Mess

  • Shawn EH

    Eww. Just sad. Like the hair and the face, go find a nice dress or ladypants combo Julia, please!

  • KT

    I actually don’t hate this? Agree that the jacket needs to be brought in at the waist, and the proportions are definitely off, but I kind of like the effect. The necklace was a terrible choice — that’s the kind of thing you wear with an evening gown at some big event, and fucks with the whole vibe of the look.

    • understateddiva

      I agree – I like the idea of this – menswear-inspired jacket over feminine skirt with a sparkly necklace for Julia Roberts is PERFECT. The design is just bizarrely cut.

  • snarkykitten

    I hate to use the age card but… I think this would look way better on a tween/20-something starlet

  • Angelfood

    I think her face and hair look beautiful. And I like her nail color. I agree the outfit is awful.

  • Lisalady161

    Couture flight attendant. I do however like her as a sort-of blonde.

  • vitaminC

    At least she stopped before putting on those janky-ass Dior shoes.

  • Rhonda Shore

    She looks more like Kyra Sedgwick every time i see her. Skirt looks like it’s got a major static problem.

    • charlotte

      I thought Monica Potter.

  • Fuchsiaforever

    Crazy outfit for crazy eyes

  • demidaemon

    Well, her hair is horrible and she’s looking mighty desperate. Julia, we know you have wonderful gams, but you are pretty much showing off your hoo-ha at every opportunity lately. And I really don’t want to see it.

  • Mothra

    Didn’t she wear this outfit in Pretty Woman?

  • NeenaJ

    This is an outfit? How is this an outfit? I could pin a doily to a men’s navy double breasted blazer from Good Will and get the same effect.

    • It’s like when you go to a wedding with your boyfriend and it gets cold later and so he gives you his jacket.

  • Judih1

    Nothing works here and I don’t like her hair color either. And she is not even on my list of irrational hates

  • Can I just pull down that bit of skirt that is riding up? Bothers me. And she is on my irrational hate list. She seems incredibly effected by fame and not nice to the reals.

  • ThaliaMenninger

    Is she trying to look like Barbra?

  • SierraDelta

    I have to say something nice, don’t I?

    Julia, thank you for refraining from copying the model’s eye makeup.

  • Linda

    Who designs a mullet miniskirt?

  • LadyVimes

    But look at that necklace. I’m in love.

  • Frankenoutfit. But yes love the necklace beyond all reason, and despite the f’outfit she loks pretty

    • yllas

      I ADORE the necklace. Everything else, meh.

  • Man Dala

    The head looks fabulous though.

  • First Kim K was trying to turn herself into Beyonce, now Julia Roberts wants desperately to be Jennifer Lawrence? GIRLS GIRLS YOU’RE ALL PRETTY.

    That looks like one of my work blazers. Which is sad for Dior.

  • Look at her eyes. She knows it’s a mistake, poor woman. It looks like her boyfriend lent her his coat so she could cover up the fact that her period surprised her by being a couple of days early. 🙁

  • d4divine

    I have no words…..

  • bluefish

    Bad 90s fashion, which seems to be her specialty. Too bad, because she continues to be stunning.

  • JP

    I like the necklace. The rest should never have been put on.

  • AutumnInNY

    I wish Julia would just step away period.

  • tereliz

    I don’t know, I think it makes her look 46. Ooh, burn!