Art of Elysium ‘Heaven’ Gala Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on January 10, 2018

And now, a gathering of celebrities who attended the Art of Elysium Gala, carefully curated by T Lo, because we didn’t feel like talking about what anyone else at this thing wore.

Not that the following slayed us with their chic-as-shit style choices.  It was all pretty standard fare from the usual suspects.


Amber Heard in Georges Hobeika Couture

Here is Miss Amber, serving up somewhat standard “Movie Star” style. She could work a gown like this in her sleep, although that doesn’t mean to imply that girlfriend didn’t put the effort in. We’re not sure we love the shaded area in the torso where the two pieces overlap. On the other hand, this thing is properly lined (would’ve looked better with a black one, though) and we can’t see a hint of panty, which is refreshing. Also, her head styling is killer.

“Hint of Panty” will be our professional autobiography title.



Chrissy Teigen (in Pamella Roland) and John Legend (in Ermenegildo Zegna Couture)

Here we have Miss Chrissy, taking her cues from another Miss by the name of Piggy. She really should’ve gone whole-hog (you’ll pardon the pun) and put on a pair of lavender satin opera gloves to really complete the look.

Oh, we tease because we love. If a preggo diva can’t wear a pink feathered caftan, then what good is the world?

He is, of course, looking foin.


Rooney Mara in Givenchy

Yeah, that’s about her usual schtick.



Shailene Woodley in Elie Saab

This, on the other hand, is decidedly not Miss Shailene’s usual schtick. Tight body con dresses with lace cutouts are so far from her normal public style that we’re having a little trouble processing it. To be honest, we’re not loving it.

We feel bad, because we’ve been admonishing her (in a totally loving and supportive manner) for years to polish up her red carpetry and be a little more professional about her approach, but this just looks a bit weird to us. It’s not your look, dear. It’s Kris Jenner’s, we’re sorry to say.




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