Darlings, we included video of this event down below, just to answer the inevitable questions of just why in the hell they’re doing this… whatever the hell this is.
No, really. It’s a lighting event? For a live event happening later? Which is all just a re-enactment of a 35-year-old movie? If you say so. We’ll just be over here judging the outfits, which, thankfully, give us lots of reasons to judge. To wit:
Yeah. There’s that.
But at least we can salute them both for dressing distinctively and to their own preferences. No cookie-cutter looks here, that’s for sure. On the other hand, maybe a little conformity would’ve helped here.
That blouse is hideous. It is also hilarious and cute at the same time. It’s a blouse made of camp. We are compelled to love it. We just don’t think that skirt or those sandals do a thing for it. If anything, they actively work against the quirkiness and strong personality of the top. This was not the time or the top for a stiff leather mini-skirt and Payless sandals. That top with a slightly longer skirt and a pair of boots could be cute, though.
Oof. On the one hand, it’s absolutely her dress, in the sense that it embodies her own style preferences and personality. On the other hand, it’s absolutely not her dress because it does nothing for her and tends to look drab and heavy on her. The style is not great, but a slight change in the color story might have made this work. Even so, it’s … not to our tastes, to say the least, even as we recognize it’s very much to hers.
Not to be mean, but we couldn’t have less of an interest in this.
Jane Krakowski: Dolce&Gabbana Printed Silk Blouse
Maya Rudolph: Coach 1941 Black Dress from the Fall 2017 Collection
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com, mytheresa.com]
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