Ruby Rose Forces Balmain to Submit to Her at the “xXx: Return of Xander Cage” European Premiere

Posted on January 11, 2017

 

This would be the style version of the old maxim that every pot has its lid.

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Every dress has its wearer, it would seem. Even horrible Balmain dresses that have hurt T Lo’s eyes and sensibilities every time someone tried to wear one in public.

Yes, we still have the emotional scars.

 

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But like we say ad nauseam, good style is about the right garment on the right person at the right setting. She’s got the edge and the looks to make this dress seem interesting. She’s got the bod to pull it off. And you could’n’t have asked for a better visual marriage of film logo and red carpet appearance. It’s almost too obvious, but it really works all around. Chic? Not to our eyes. Good branding, definitely.

 

 

Style Credits:
Balmain Multicolored Lurex Gown with Cutouts from the Spring 2017 Collection
Borgioni, EF Collection, and Sara Weinstock Jewelry
Giuseppe Zanotti Sandals

[Photo Credit: John Phillips/Getty Images, IMAXTree]

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