Toronto International Film Festival: Jessica Biel in Louis Vuitton at the “Limetown” Premiere

Posted on September 11, 2019

And now, something you never thought you’d see from your ol’ pals T Lo: A shoutout of praise to one Miss Jessica Biel. Yes, it’s true. Not that we have a history of serious enmity toward the lady, just that we’ve always been somewhat open in our view that her style if not her entire persona tend to come off somewhat bland. And if we were younger, bitchier bloggers, we might have taken the opportunity of a sudden sharp style turn to be an attempt to course-correct that image but that’s just looking for something to complain about. Bottom line:


This is pretty great. In concept if not entirely in execution. What? Did you think we had nothing else to say? The suit’s great and we like the incongruity of the print shirt paired with it (even if it is ripped-from-the-runway styling). We just wish she’d worn the jacket as it was meant to be worn and buttoned it up as she got out of the car. The Melania Hang just doesn’t work for menswear-inspired suiting. You’re kind of defeating the purpose of wearing something so strong and declarative if you’re going to sport it in such a precious way. Put your arms through the sleeves the way God, nature, and the Louis Vuitton design team intended.

Still, for real: It’s a great look. More of this, please.




Style Credits:
Louis Vuitton Ensemble from the Resort 2020 Collection

Styled by Rob Zangardi + Mariel Haenn | Hair by Christopher Naselli | Makeup by Daniel Martin

[Photo Credit: Lionel Hahn/ABACA USA/, Courtesy of Louis Vuitton]

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