Monday, December 9, 2019

'Little Women' NY Premiere


Along with Timothee Chalamet, the rest of the 'Little Women' cast was on the red carpet for the world premiere on Saturday(December 7th) at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.

Emma Watson returned to the red carpet, stepping out of her style comfort zone for a BALENCIAGA SPRING 2020 black silk dress, with a ruffle lace neckline. One side of the dress was tucked into her black velvet thigh-high boots. The dress tucked into the boots is not a good look and the badly creased fabric isn't helping. Also the head styling could have been better, this is a miss for me.



Saoirse Ronan wore a GUCCI SPRING 2020 black embellished ankle length dress, with a thigh-high split. I thought she looked great but she threw me off with the black heavy knee boots. 



Eliza Scanlen wore a KHIATE FALL 2019 white floor length turtleneck dress with bishop sleeves and a belted waist. The doesn't really work on her but I like the dress in general. 



Florence Pugh displayed her d├ęcolletage in a VALENTINO FALL 2019 COUTURE turquoise velvet and silk-faille off-the-shoulder, drape panel mini dress which she teamed with silver metallic sandals. Some colored stone jewelry could have taken this to the next level.



Greta Gerwig was all smiles wearing a OSCAR DE LA RENTA SPRING 2020 strapeless black organza and silver embellished cocktail dress. Lovely dress but I wish she either kept the runway's sandals or chose a similar style with this dress. 



Sasha Frolova wore a printed layered dress from the PACO RABANNE FALL 2019 collection. I actually prefer length of the dress on the model and it sells so much better in motion.



Hadley Robinson looked great wearing a LOUIS VUITTON RESORT 2020 black and silver stripe and semi-sheer organza high-neck dress which was belted at the waist.



Laura Dern sparkled in a RALPH LAUREN long sleeve navy sequin floor sweeping dress with a cutout back. She looks great in this dress but the hair is where she falls short.


Credit: InstarImages, Vogue.com


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