“OH THANK JESUS,” T Lo cried to the heavens. “A-LISTERS LOOKING GLAMOROUS WE ARE SAVED” they wept.
Look, at this time of year, when the celebrity promo machine is more or less in idle, we’ll slap any old thing up on this here blog, but we know the true golden eggs of red carpet content are either celebrities in disasters or A-Listers looking glamorous. We don’t make the rules here, kittens.
DiCaprio insists on dressing m ore like an executive than a film star, but we appreciate his commitment to fine suiting and the vest is a nice touch. This is dull, but well-rendered.
Margot Robbie in Oscar de la Renta
Gorgeous color on her. The shape is somewhat standard and we can’t really point to any one design choice or element that really makes this dress, but the overall effect is beautiful. We’re not entirely in love with the scarf trailing down the front, though. It blends in with the rest of the dress and gives her a titscrepancy.
Forever resting on pretty. And we suppose if you can still get away with such things at 55 years of age, we are duty-bound to salute it on some level. We sure wish you’d try harder, Brad (You couldn’t hem your pants?), but if you want to hang everything off that facial structure, we can’t say we blame you.
In other news, we have not been able to stop thinking about this film since we saw it. You can read our review here, but our thoughts on the film keep evolving. It’s multi-layered, nuanced and problematic all at the same time.
Margot Robbie: Oscar de la Renta Cumin Draped Silk Chiffon Gown from the Fall 2019 Collection | Chanel Fine Jewelry | Edie Parker Clutch | Tabitha Simmons ‘Eve’ Sandals
Styled by Kate Young | Hair by Bryce Scarlett | Makeup by Pati Dubroff
Leonardo DiCaprio: Oliver Peoples Sunglasses | Christian Louboutin ‘Cousin Platerissimo’ Black Leather Brogue
[Photo Credit: INSTARimages, oscardelarenta.com]