Darlings, isn’t it time we checked in on all those dirty little film-lovers down in TriBeCa? They’ve all been poledancing ever so hard. And so many of them are trying to find that perfect balance of movie star glam and downtown funk that we are practically compelled to line them up and rate their efforts.
Shall we dive in, then?
The shoes are way too focus-pulling and make it look like she’s got subdermal medication patches on her ankles. The dress is pretty, but the non-color does little for her. Andie, you need a deep blue here.
A bit much for the venue, to be honest. We feel like we say that about her a lot. She’s stuck in “Lea Michele, circa 2012” mode.
He’s practically cosplaying as a stylish British film star here. Serving up Peter O’Toole 1965 realness.
We feel terrible critiquing a goddess, but the shapes here are all a little odd.
She appears to have a set of color preferences completely at odds with our own. We never like the colors of the outfits she’s wearing. Pretty enough dress, though.
This would be a perfect look for the Tribeca Film Festival if it were held in February.
It’s crazy how little cray she’s been foisting on us lately. Sure, the pants are too tight on her, but if that’s all we can say about Mrs. Fashion Luthor’s ensemble, than she clearly found herself a new stylist.
Hip Nana Realness.
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