Miss Diane bounced around from red carpet to red carpet, spanning two continents this week. Brava, darling. Jet-setting and red-carpeting in high fashion at the same time. You’re living the celebrity high life. But with all those perks come the judgment of bitches.
Kittens? This is where we all come in. Put your judgin’ pants on.
Diane Kruger at the “Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner + Cinema’s Legacy: Jordan Peele’ at AFI FEST 2017 in Hollywood, California in N. 21.
Y’know, we think there’s a real possibility we’ll see some Wonder Woman-esque trends in the coming year of womenswear. Looking at this, we’re okay if red leather bustiers don’t become a thing. Granted, this isn’t a bustier but it’s pretty awful nonetheless. The skirt has some possibilities, but we’re not sure how anyone looked at that and decided a leather crop top was the way to go. We look at that skirt and think fluffy white sex-kitten sweater.
We’re going to start pretending we don’t see those shoes anymore. They’ve become so red-carpet-standard that our eyes glaze over every time.
Diane Kruger attends “Indie Contenders Roundtable” at AFI FEST 2017 in Hollywood, California in Miu Miu.
LOVE this. Every single bit of it. The shape is fun and festive, the color is flattering and on-season, and the shoes are a pleasant surprise to the weary eyes of these two bitches.
Diane Kruger at the Bambi Awards 2017 in Berlin, Germany in Giambattista Valli Couture.
And finally, Miss D headed on over to the homeland for some celebrity prom night action. The bodice looks like a bucket of flowers and we can’t tell if that’s deliberate or not. Either way, it’s not really setting us on fire. It’s pink and princessy in the celebrity awards ceremony mode, but after the boldly declarative style on display in the first two looks, we find this to be a bit generic.
First Look: N. 21 Top and Embellished Skirt from the Spring 2018 Collection | Jimmy Choo Shoes
Second Look: Miu Miu Embellished Dress from the Resort 2018 Collection
Third Look: Giambattista Valli Dress from the Fall 2017 Couture Collection
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com]