Michelle Williams at Fondation Louis Vuitton Opening

Posted on October 21, 2014

We always feel a little sorry for celebs who get handed entire looks by design houses in order to attend their parties. It’s the ultimate in control freak dress codes. Then we remember that they’re rich and they get free clothes to go to amazing parties, which means we feel free to rip them to shreds for getting it wrong.

We never claimed to be anything but bitches, darlings.

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Anyway, it’s good to see Miss Michelle again. We recently expressed a desire to see her edgy-twee style grace our pages again soon, and here she is, edgy-tweeing the fuck out of everything. Love that dress, although it might get annoying with people coming up to you all night and pointing out the various images on it. “Look, honey! A telephone! On her boobs!” Also, we keep trying to parse out some sort of meaning or theme, as if there some code that links salt and pepper shakers with eyelash curlers .We have yet to crack it, though. Instead, lets talk about the things we don’t like.

We’ll start with the Frankenbooties, which are kind of awful. Great for a midnight showing of Rocky Horror, we’d imagine, but kind of clunky and distracting with a cute dress at a chic party. Love the minaudiere, but combined with the booties and the very focus-pulling dress, it feels like way too much. This was a dress that really required neutral accessories, for the most part. And it all feels very brand-whorey in a tacky sort of way. We’d have loved to have seen her or her stylist really interpret this dress and make it for her instead of serving as a living mannequin for the brand, but that’s what you’ve gotta do if you want to go to the chic parties.

Not at all digging the Heigl hair.


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