Darlings, a movie we never heard of opened last night. It stars people only half of whom we’ve heard of. But they all got dressed up and smiled pretty for the cameras and that’s enough for us to unsheath our claws and submit them to our loving judgment.
Janet Montgomery, we have to say, we did sit up and take notice of you for wearing this. We’ll automatically give silent “attagirl”s to any ladystar who opts for the weirdness of Monse on the red carpet. It’s a good choice to wear for a sci-fi flick premiere. And we do tend to like this deconstructed take on the boyfriend shirt. We just think it’d be better suited for a party in the Hamptons in July rather than movie premiere in January. Feels too beachy and “high summer” to us.
Cool choice, though. Not-great footwear.
Bawdy aunt at an Italian wedding. She may not look chic, but she looks like fun.
Seriously, that’s a rough color for anyone to attempt in a picture-taking situation. Add all that frilly laciness to it and it just looks like a loud, tacky mess to us.
We don’t understand her. She’s so pretty and so built (literally) for high fashion, but she never really … gets there.
We think that may be too many stripes for one outfit and we think we’re not in love with the shape of the jacket and possibly the vest, but we can’t be sure of anything because we’re so overwhelmed by how wrinkly and ill-fitted it all is. It’s a shame, because he clearly chose interesting pieces, but the presentation leaves a lot to be desired.
Newp. Aging and tacky. And this is from two queens who LOVE Miu Miu so much we named one of our cats after the brand. But this is like all the bad parts of the Miu Miu/Prada aesthetic in one dress.
You can have metallic or beaded fringe, dear. You can’t have them both at the same time. It is written.
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