Emma Watson’s Dress at the 2016 Museum of Modern Art Film Benefit Caused an Audible Reaction in Us

Posted on November 16, 2016

Emma Watson attends the 2016 Museum Of Modern Art Film Benefit – A Tribute To Tom Hanks at Museum of Modern Art – in New York City.


This is one of those red carpet looks that makes us wish we were being recorded the first time we saw it. We’re not attention whores, we swear. It’s just that there’s no good way to convey the sounds of disappointment we both made when we scrolled down.





It starts off so great. She’s the perfect gal to rock a dramatic Madame X-style black velvet gown. The neckline’s a little tricky, but that’s just a little bit of modernity to liven things up. Or so we thought. Then we got to the waist and the incredible disappearing sash, which no one involved seems to have realized gives the illusion at first glance that her right breast is roughly ten times the size of her left one and stretches down past her hip. By the time we got to the end of the skirt (the first end, not the second one), we were both literally saying “No, no, no, no, no…” A mantra of denial.

Miss Emma, we officially declare this a Bad Dress. It is friend to no woman. You must shun this dress.


Style Credits:
Kitx Velvet Painterly Dress features a V-Neckline, Draped Construction, and an Asymmetric Hemline from the Spring 2017 Collection

[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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