When God closes down a red carpet, somewhere She opens up a Tiffany’s. We like to think so, anyway. For the latest Tokyo launch, the brand lined up three primo dress-wearers to pose for the cameras.
Looks were served. Sort of. By most of them.
Anya Taylor-Joy in Del Core
If you’re going to be posing next to a gigantic diamond bird, then we think this dress has exactly the sort of focus-pulling absurdity one requires. The bodice is beautiful, but we wouldn’t love this dress on her in a red carpet situation. In our opinion, she doesn’t look as good in white as she seems to think, given how often she wears it. Now, this in red? Go, girl. Just do something about the awkward hem length.
Hailey Bieber in Bottega Veneta
Except for the treatment at the neck and bust, this is downright funereal. What a boring, unphotogenic choice for a diamond party.
Florence Pugh in Valentino
She didn’t free the nip for this one, but that probably would have been frowned upon by her hosts. She’s doing the “contractually obligated” dress. It looks good on her, it fits her brand and takes a good picture, but it’s not as dramatic as her red carpet wear.
[Photo Credit: Hanna Lassen/Getty Images for Tiffany & Co.]
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