A trio of blonde goddess-muses stepped out to celebrate their art and tear this red carpet the fuck up.
Coordinated (but probably not entirely), distinct, powerful and highly photogenic. They look fantastic together.
Naomi Watts in Chanel Couture
It’s a really cute take (if not the freshest) on a Chanel suit, with a distinctly “holiday” sort of feel to it. We think it’s possible to get the right pair of booties to go with this. We’re just not convinced she’s wearing them. We’d have rec’d something suede and in the color story of the suit.
Laura Dern in Chanel
We think whenever she leans into her tall angularity and her distinct weirdness (or knack for it as an actress) she really shines in her style choices. This is clearly an odd dress and we’re not sure we’d recommend it for anyone, but it really works for her. And the gold accessories are a big help. LOVE the boots.
Gwendoline Christie in Giles Deacon Couture
Serving you statuesque peach romance and somehow making you LOVE it, henny. This is such an ’80s bridesmaid gown but she’s turning it into high drama haute couture. Notable that she went with her man’s designs at a Chanel event. She had to figure there’s little in the line that would serve her needs – in shape, style, fit or her distinctly Gwendolinian sense of drama.
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