Just remembered season two of Jessica Jones dropped today – happy International Women’s Day, by the way – which means we’ve got to rush through our judging work so we can jump on the couch for some bingeing.
Don’t you worry, kittens. We will provide the same level of care (and judgment) as we always will. Just … quicker. We’ve got a show to watch.
Fortunately, these ladies are making it easy for us by giving us much to talk about.
Krysten Ritter in Cushnie et Ocs
We love that she’s treating her Netflix premiere like a major motion picture red carpet, serving up pure Movie Star. Attalady. She wore a similar dress from the same collection earlier this month and we really loved it on her. In gown form, it’s a little more overwhelming. She takes to a silver very well, and we love the idea of a gown in this textile, but that bodice is a bit overdesigned for it. Strangely, we find ourselves wishing to see this exact design in a black gown and finding a better design for this textile.
Still, it’s hard to argue that she’s not making a hell of an impact.
This has a lot of potential, but the finishing details don’t help it. The dress is kind of cute and fun. Feels like it’d be better for a December red carpet than a March one, but that’s a really minor point. We love the sleeves, goofy as they are. But the scarf overwhelms it and the shoes are incredibly focus-pulling. The dress should be drawing all the attention; not what’s at her neck and feet. Also: her hair and face look great. It took us a minute to realize because we were so focused on the awful color of those shoes. There’s been a lot of pinkish satin footwear on the red carpet lately. Scary, kittens.
Krysten Ritter: Cushnie et Ochs Isla Silver Lurex Silk Long-sleeved Deconstructed Shirt Gown from the Fall 2018 collection
Styled by Ilaria Urbinati
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com, prada.com – Video Credit: Netflix via YouTube.com]
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