A light diversion, kittens. What do we all think of Miss Natalie’s latest?
Even though we have a tendency to get bitchy about her minimalist preferences and even though we keep saying the ladytux is a dying trend and keep getting proven COMPLETELY wrong on that point, we have to admit, we find this pretty appealing. There’s something very modern and almost sci-fi about this twist on the women’s tuxedo. We love the shape of the lapels and the way they continue down and flare out again. Not as in love with the visible and slightly distracting closure. And we feel like the sandals are a bit of an afterthought. Pumps or even boots would’ve been a bit stronger visually. Still, we know which side of this vote we come down on, but for once, what we think doesn’t matter. It’s all you, darlings.
Natalie Portman’s Minimalist Sci-Fi Tux:
IN or OUT?
We keep meaning to write a review of this film, which we caught a week or so back. Awards season red carpetry and some … other stuff (TBA) have kept us away from it, but we have to admit, it’s an odd one, with a performance from Portman that borders on seemingly unintentional camp. We’ll have more to say on it soon.
Christian Dior Ensemble from the Spring 2018 Couture Collection
Styled by Ryan Hastings | Makeup by Mélanie Inglessis | Hair by Adam Campbell
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com – Video Credit: One Media via YouTube.com]