OSCARS 2024 FASHION ROAST (why is no one serving???)

HauteLeMode
11 Mar 202447:25

Summary

TLDRIn this video, the host delivers a detailed review and roast of the fashion choices at the 2024 Oscars. Highlighting both the best and worst looks, the host praises outfits that stood out for their creativity and fit, while also critiquing those that missed the mark. With a focus on designer choices, fabric, and overall style, the video offers a comprehensive look at the red carpet fashion of Hollywood's biggest night.

Takeaways

  • πŸŽ₯ The video is a review and roast of the fashion at the 2024 Oscars, highlighting both the best and worst looks.
  • πŸ‘— America Ferrera's oraton pink Versace dress was praised for its stunning fit and design, showcasing Versace's mastery of their signature house textile.
  • 🌟 Andrea Riseboro's Louis Vuitton dress was noted for its artistic take on a classic plaid motif, blending and degrading it in a unique way.
  • πŸ–€ Annette Benning's Armani PrivΓ© look was appreciated for its casual yet crafted style, standing out from the typical gowns worn at the Oscars.
  • 🌺 Ana Taylor-Joy's Christian Dior gown was a modern take on the iconic 1949 Venus gown, though it was missing the boned skirt of the original.
  • πŸ’ƒ Ariana Grande's oversized pink stole and Cynthia Erivo's green leather dress were among the most memorable and talked-about looks.
  • πŸ•΄οΈ Bradley Cooper's Louis Vuitton suit was criticized for its fit, particularly the blazers width and the thin pant size.
  • πŸ‘  Carrie Mulligan's Balenciaga dress was a highlight, being a recreation of a 1951 design and fitting her immaculately.
  • πŸ‘— Michelle Yeoh's Balenciaga dress was disliked for its unflattering color split and overall appearance, despite the wearer's beauty.
  • πŸ† The video concludes with a list of the best and worst dressed, featuring Cynthia Riva, Carrie Mulligan, America Ferrera, Ana Taylor-Joy, and others in the best, while Bradley Cooper, Dwayne Johnson, and Michelle Yeoh were among the worst.

Q & A

  • What was the general opinion of the fashion at the Oscars 2024?

    -The host, lukah, did not find the fashion at the Oscars 2024 to be bad. They did not love it, but also did not find it boring or uninteresting.

  • How did lukah describe America Ferrera's outfit?

    -America Ferrera's outfit was described as stunning and beautiful. She wore an oraton pink Versace dress that fit her immaculately, hugging the hips and embracing the curve of her body.

  • What was unique about Andrea Riseboro's dress?

    -Andrea Riseboro's dress was unique because it was a plaid design that blurred and degraded into black, giving an artistic take on a classic motif. It was a design straight off the runway by Jonathan Anderson.

  • What was the significance of Annette Benning's choice of outfit?

    -Annette Benning's outfit was significant because it was a departure from the traditional gown, featuring a jacket with three stripe piping, sequins, and a navy blue pantsuit underneath. It was a casual yet handcrafted look, different from the usual Oscar attire.

  • How did Ana Taylor Joy's dress relate to Christian Dior's iconic designs?

    -Ana Taylor Joy's dress was a reference to the Venus gown from 1949, one of the most famous Christian Dior designs. However, it was not a boned skirt, which is a key element of the iconic Dior silhouette.

  • What was the issue with Ariana Grande's outfit?

    -The issue with Ariana Grande's outfit was not with the dress itself, which was simple and had an intriguing texture, but with the large silk cloak train that she held. The fit and proportion of the train were not well received.

  • What was the problem with Bradley Cooper's Louis Vuitton outfit?

    -The problem with Bradley Cooper's Louis Vuitton outfit was the fit of the blazer, which was too wide, and the pant size, which was too thin, making him look like he was wearing a big bell with his legs dangling inside.

  • How did Michelle Yeoh's Balenciaga dress stand out?

    -Michelle Yeoh's Balenciaga dress stood out because it was a recreation of a Balenciaga from 1951, featuring a form-fitting mermaid dress in black velvet with an ivory tulle mermaid skirt. The dress was highly praised for its fit and historical significance.

  • What was the general sentiment towards Cynthia Erivo's Louis Vuitton dress?

    -Cynthia Erivo's full leather Louis Vuitton dress in green was considered a standout look. Despite the challenges of wearing full leather, the dress was praised for its fit and the way it accentuated the body.

  • What was the critique of Emily Blunt's dress from the script?

    -Emily Blunt's dress, which featured an underwear motif, was not well-received. It was considered too gimmicky and not suitable for the Oscars, with the critique suggesting that the dress would have been better without the underwear section.

Outlines

00:00

🌟 Oscars 2024 Fashion Roast and Review Introduction

The segment kicks off with the host, Lukah, introducing the Oscars 2024 fashion roast and review on Hollow mod. Lukah shares initial thoughts on the event's fashion, noting an absence of boredom or overly negative impressions, setting a positive tone for the detailed reviews to follow. The discussion begins with a commendation of America Ferrera's stunning oroton pink Versace dress, praised for its impeccable fit and design that elegantly accentuates her body, suggesting a nod to Gianni Versace's fall 1991 collection. The review continues with Andrea Riseborough's unique Loewe dress, admired for its artistic take on a classic plaid, blurring into black towards the hem, reflecting Jonathan Anderson's innovative approach to fashion.

05:00

πŸ‘— Detailed Oscar Outfit Analyses and Opinions

The narrative progresses with detailed critiques of various celebrities' Oscars attire, starting with Annette Benning's unique Armani Prive ensemble, blending casual and couture elements. Ana Taylor-Joy's Christian Dior gown, referencing the iconic Venus gown from 1949, is discussed, including Maria Grazia Chiuri's modern interpretation. Ariana Grande and Billy Eyelash's choices are also analyzed, with Grande's vibrant pink ensemble and Eyelash's Chanel outfit sparking commentary on fit and style. The analysis is meticulous, touching on the fashion choices' intricacies and their impact on the overall Oscars fashion narrative.

10:02

🎩 Men's Fashion and Mixed Reactions

This paragraph delves into men's fashion at the Oscars, highlighting Bradley Cooper's and Coleman Domingo's looks. Cooper's Louis Vuitton outfit receives criticism for its fit and lack of a tie, suggesting a disconnect between expectation and execution in luxury men's wear. Domingo's ensemble, on the other hand, garners praise for its stylistic coherence and distinctive use of accessories, setting a benchmark for male celebrities at the event. The focus on men's fashion underscores the evolving expectations and varied receptions of male red carpet attire.

15:05

🌺 Standout Gowns and Fashion Forward Choices

Continuing the fashion analysis, the segment highlights exceptional gowns and creative fashion choices. Carrie Mulligan's custom Balenciaga gown, reminiscent of the brand's 1951 archive, is lauded for its beauty and homage to CristΓ³bal Balenciaga's mastery. Other mentions include Seline Song's elegant Loewe suit and Killian Murphy's underwhelming look. The narrative appreciates the blend of historical reverence and contemporary innovation in the outfits, noting how certain looks set a high bar for Oscars fashion.

20:08

πŸ‘Ž Disappointments and Missteps in Fashion Choices

This part addresses less favorable fashion decisions, critiquing outfits that failed to impress or properly fit, such as Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's crinkled silk ensemble and Emily Blunt's Scaparelli gown with an awkward underwear motif. The critique extends to various celebrities whose attire did not live up to expectations, emphasizing the importance of fit, fabric choice, and thematic coherence in red carpet fashion.

25:08

πŸ‘ Final Thoughts on Oscar Fashion: Best and Worst Dressed

The conclusion wraps up with a reflective overview of the Oscars fashion, identifying best and worst dressed individuals, and articulating a nuanced appreciation for the efforts and outcomes of the event's fashion. The summary encapsulates the highs and lows of the fashion scene, from Cynthia Erivo's standout Louis Vuitton dress to Michelle Yeoh's disappointing Balenciaga gown, offering a balanced perspective on the array of styles displayed. The segment affirms the dynamic and subjective nature of fashion critique, acknowledging both triumphs and shortcomings.

Mindmap

Keywords

πŸ’‘Fashion

Fashion refers to the style or trend in clothing, accessories, and overall appearance. In the context of the video, it is the central theme as the speaker critiques and reviews the outfits worn by celebrities at the Oscars 2024. The term is used to discuss the design, fit, and aesthetic appeal of various dresses and suits.

πŸ’‘Critique

Critique involves the analysis and evaluation of a subject, often with a focus on identifying strengths and weaknesses. In the video, the speaker provides a critique of the fashion choices made by celebrities at the Oscars, discussing elements such as the fit of clothing, color choices, and design elements.

πŸ’‘Oscars

The Oscars, formally known as the Academy Awards, is an annual awards ceremony honoring outstanding achievements in the film industry. The keyword 'Oscars' in the video refers to the event where the fashion critique is centered, with the speaker reviewing the fashion choices of celebrities attending this prestigious occasion.

πŸ’‘Designer

A designer is a professional who creates the concept and look for various products, often in the fashion industry. In the video, the term 'designer' is used to refer to the individuals or houses responsible for creating the clothing and accessories worn by the celebrities at the Oscars.

πŸ’‘Aesthetic

Aesthetic refers to the visual or artistic style and the appreciation of beauty or good taste. In the video, the aesthetic is a key aspect of the critique, as the speaker evaluates how well the outfits align with the desired visual appeal and fashion standards of the Oscars.

πŸ’‘Runway

A runway is a long, narrow stage on which models walk to display the latest fashion collections during a fashion show. In the context of the video, the term 'runway' is used to describe the direct transfer of fashion designs from the catwalk to the red carpet, indicating that certain outfits worn by celebrities were recently seen on fashion runways.

πŸ’‘Embellishment

Embellishment refers to the addition of decorative elements to clothing or accessories to enhance their appearance. In the video, the speaker discusses various forms of embellishment, such as crystals, feathers, and sequins, and how they contribute to the overall look of the outfits worn by the celebrities.

πŸ’‘Fit

Fit refers to how well clothing suits the body shape and size of the wearer. In the video, the speaker emphasizes the importance of fit when critiquing the fashion at the Oscars, noting that even high-end designer pieces can be less effective if they do not fit the wearer well.

πŸ’‘Trend

A trend is a general direction in which something is developing or changing. In fashion, trends are styles that become popular or favored by many over a period of time. The video discusses various trends observed at the Oscars, such as the use of specific colors, materials, and design elements.

πŸ’‘Red Carpet

The red carpet is a long, red-colored carpet laid out for celebrities to walk on as they enter an event, providing a visual spectacle for the media and fans. In the video, the red carpet is the setting where the fashion choices of celebrities are displayed and critiqued.

Highlights

America Ferrera's stunning oraton pink Versace dress was praised for its impeccable fit and design.

Andrea Riseboro's Lou dress, with its artistic plaid pattern, was admired for its unique and creative approach to the classic motif.

Annette Benning's Armani PrivΓ© look was appreciated for its casual yet crafted style, standing out from the usual gowns.

Ana Taylor-Joy's Christian Dior gown was noted for its reference to the iconic 1949 Venus gown, though with a modern twist.

Ariana Grande's pink stole puff look was described as love at first sight, showcasing a great style choice.

Billy Eilish's Chanel outfit was admired for its unique fit and interesting take on tweed, despite some fit concerns.

Bradley Cooper's Louis Vuitton suit was critiqued for its odd fit, particularly the blazers width and pant size.

Carrie Mulligan's Balenciaga dress was a highlight, being a beautiful recreation of the 1951 original with modern adjustments.

Seline Song's black and navy blue skirt suit was praised for its simple yet effective approach to the red carpet.

Killian Murphy's understated look was seen as a disappointment, with a desire for more pizzazz from the actor.

Coleman Domingo's Louis Vuitton ensemble was admired for its stunning double-breasted design and unique jewelry.

Cynthia Erivo's full leather Louis Vuitton dress in green was a standout look, with its perfect fit and unique design.

Danielle Brooks' Do Chen Gabana dress was noted for its simple yet elegant design, though not as exciting as other looks.

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson's silk suit from Toing was heavily criticized for its unflattering appearance and choice of fabric.

Emily Blunt's Scaparelli dress was critiqued for its underwear section, which was seen as a gimmick rather than a fashion statement.

Margot Robbie's Versace dress was seen as a safe choice, with a desire for more from the actress known for her bold style.

Michelle Yeoh's Balenciaga dress was disliked for its unflattering color split and overall design, despite the actress's beauty.

Lily Gladstone's custom Gucci dress with Native American jewelry was appreciated for its cultural elements and beautiful details.

Lupita Nyong'o's Armani PrivΓ© dress was loved for its beautiful color and feather details, emphasizing her figure elegantly.

Zenaida Coleman's Armani PrivΓ© gown was admired for its stunning design, texture, and color, making her look like a diva.

Transcripts

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[Music]

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hello everybody my name is lukah and

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this is hollow mode and today on Hollow

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mod we are coming to you with your

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Oscars 2024 fashion roast and review

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there is a lot to get through there were

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a lot of people a lot of looks a lot to

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talk about overall I I didn't think it

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was that bad like I didn't love it I

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wasn't like a maze I wasn't huh but I

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really didn't think that there was too

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much boring I didn't think there was too

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much that was kind

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of me not having to make those noises is

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for everybody's benefit I would say so

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let's get into it we're starting off

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pretty strong America Ferrera I have not

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loved for the most part throughout the

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entirety of the award season but this

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oraton pink Versace dress was stunning

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on her it was beautiful it was

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impeccable Versace and Donatella Versace

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herself they understand how to fit these

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dresses these beautiful chain mail oron

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signature House Co Versace textile is

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very much so something that they have

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really mastered they get how to make

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them really cling to the body which is

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something you wouldn't really think of

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when it comes to metal It just fits her

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immaculately I love the way that it hugs

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the hips I love the fact that it

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actually Embraces the curve and the body

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it's not too long it doesn't drag too

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heavily it really fits ever so

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effortlessly as for the neckline I love

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it I think it's beautiful I think that

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it probably is based somewhere along a

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fall 1991 Versace collection by Giani

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Versace himself it's not exactly a

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neckline from the show I'm pretty

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positive but it definitely has a feeling

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of that and I think that's kind of the

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perfect subtle little nod that I like to

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gian's work and what verace does very

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very well overall she looks stunning

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gorgeous next up we have Andrea riseboro

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now she is wearing Lou this is like

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straight off of the runway there's

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actually a few of these Lou dresses I

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love this plaid that becomes almost

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muddied by some sort of water and then

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begins to blur a little bit and right

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below hip area just Fades fully into

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black with little bits of these plaid

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Stripes running in but just sort of

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blending together all in black I know

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it's a little bit out there I know it's

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a little crazy to a lot of people I know

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a lot of people are just going to say G

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it's ugly but I think that it's very

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Jonathan Anderson I think it's very much

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this artistic sort of idea artistic sort

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of way of taking on a very classic Motif

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which is a plaid blurring it and

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degrading it Reinventing it in a certain

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way I personally do enjoy it I'm not

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like Amazed by it but I do think it's a

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cool notion I do like that Andrea is

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wearing it because I feel that's not

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something you'd really normally see at

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the Oscars but there's something about

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it I do like next up we have Annette

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Benning and I'm pretty positive she's

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wearing Armani pre looking at that

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jacket with that sort of three stripe

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piping in those sequins and kind of

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having like a varsity

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jacketyellow train thing but also has

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pants underneath in this navy blue with

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the little crystals of blue and and

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silver I just think it's like a cool

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look I think it's very different than

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the normal gowns that we're always

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seeing especially for an actress who is

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very much nominated for a leading role I

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kind of like it I think it's cool I

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think it's casual and yet at the same

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time there's a lot of handcraft and and

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work that's gone into it I think that

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the proportions I think the styling I

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think the layering of all of these

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pieces also like totally changes it and

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yet it doesn't feel too too casual it

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feels a little more casual than a gown

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obviously but it definitely doesn't feel

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like she's wearing jeans or birken

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stocks so I'm I'm kind of into it I like

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it now next up is Ana Taylor Joy she's

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wearing Christian Dior and at first I

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was like what is she doing and now

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you're probably say Luke why would you

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say that but she is very obviously

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referencing the Venus gown it's not the

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junong Gown from 1949 but it's the Venus

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gown from 1949 which is the sister dress

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and pictures when I see them I usually

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am like oh it's kind of brown it's not

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really Brown It's actually a silver

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dress and so Anna does have the color

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very much so on point in that regard but

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these two dresses are some of the most

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famous Christian Dior by Christian Dior

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himself gowns that exist in the Lexicon

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of his work but it's also not a bont

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skirt and so I was like why would you

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make the Venus gown if you're not going

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to do like a b font skirt that's the

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whole point that is the Dior silhouette

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that's what the iconic shape is about

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like you can't reference it and then be

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like I'm just going to do whatever I

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want like know that's not really how

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that works but I was listening to Ana

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talk about it and she was saying that

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this was Maria graia C's take on the

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Venus Gap do I like Maria gracia's take

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on most things absolutely not I don't

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over the years by force I have started

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to kind of understand what she does she

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unexaggerated the shapes of Christian

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Dior in the context of her work for Dior

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exclusively I get this stripping back

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these big big voluminous shapes that

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were the thing that made people love

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Christian Dior they love the fact that

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he saw women as these beautiful flowers

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Who would wear these gorgeous

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over-the-top constricting sometimes

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gowns but Maria gr is like no no no

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we're going to take those ideas and

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we're going to make them actually more

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wearable for women it's a floor length

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gown with probably what 10 15 pounds

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worth of embroidery so how wearable is

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that really I'm not really sure but I do

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understand it do I obviously think that

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it should be a bon gown absolutely but

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do I think that Maria grao sort of

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slimming this dress down in terms of the

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skirt makes it a little bit more modern

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in the sense of modern Dior again not

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that I like it but do I get it yes do I

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think that that changes it from just

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being a recreation of a certain dress

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from Dior yeah it's a beautiful dress

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it's stunning the amount of work that

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went into it I can only imagine those

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poor poor poor people in Paris are just

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like literally this all day long I can

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appreciate that I think the fit of it is

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fantastic again I don't really know if I

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love the skirt per se I love the

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embroidery I love the petals I love the

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reference to Venus and the fact that

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she's wearing Tiffany and Co and I

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believe that that necklace that she's

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wearing is from the under the sea

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collection so like her and her team are

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fully thinking through what she's doing

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and that I always really appreciate so

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to an yeah I see and I recognize and I

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respect next up Ariana Grande John

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Batista iure gigantic pink stole puff

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thing love great perfect listen her and

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cythia ariva who we're going to talk

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about in a minute they're definitely

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getting into their wicked method

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dressing you know what I mean it's begun

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it's starting right now in this moment

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and I kind of think it's cool I like the

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fact that honestly Margot Robbie and

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Barbie really kicked everybody in the

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ass cuz that's what I'm hearing the word

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that I'm hearing is that all of the

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girlies are like we got to get to dress

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in because that actually makes people

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excited now I know that zenai was doing

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it obviously beforehand and we can talk

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about dun and the impact of that as well

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it's very important as for the actual

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dress it's a pretty simple column dress

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that obviously is gathered and so that's

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why it has that really intriguing

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texture I think it fits her well it's

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great I think the big thing is this big

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silk cloak train it weirdly kind of

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works I think the fact that she's

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holding it in the way that she's holding

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it and the place that she's holding it

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sort of almost feels like a big poof

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kind of skirt but it's not I'm kind of

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into it I think it's fun I want it to

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evolve like I don't want to just see

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bright pink I like that it's beginning

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the game is starting so I'm excited to

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see it next up we have Billy eyh wearing

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Chanel I mind the look in terms of fit

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cuz I don't really understand why the

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jacket fits the way that it does cuz I

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would think that for Chanel everything

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is about dressing and women and we like

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to make sure that women have clothing

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that they can wear in their everyday

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life and it fits them I don't know why

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that Blazer fits that because it feels

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like right under the bust it wrinkles

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and it doesn't really fall properly and

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I'm very confused as to why that is the

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way that that is I do like the skirt I

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think that the length is weird I do but

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I also feel like that's kind of Billy in

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a way I like the fact that she's wearing

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Tweed I like the fact that she's wearing

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the the little high socks I like the

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fact that she's wearing these two-tone

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black little Mary Jan's very much so

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Chanel maybe not the Mary Jane but the

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two-tone thing brings the Chanel ISM in

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into it Prince of Wales check little

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Chanel bag again it works I actually

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even really like the shirt I like the

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little sort of ruffle down the placket I

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like the fact that there's no tie I just

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think that the Blazer is like the one

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issue that I really have is I don't

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really understand the fit of it I

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understand that it flares out I

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understand that at the waist it sort of

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nips in but with Chanel specifically I

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would think that they've done the work

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they've dressed so many clients over the

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years that I would think that they would

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have some sort of understanding of how

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to go around that and fit that without

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it looking the way that it does so yeah

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that's my big issue I I really don't

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mind the look the jacket I don't mind

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the skirt I just mind the fit of that

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jacket next up we have Bradley Cooper

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he's wearing Louis Vuitton here's my

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thing there's something weird and it's

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something that I'll talk about with

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Coleman dingo too we got to figure out

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the fit thing with LV men's something

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about this Blazer in particular which I

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really like the buttons on the Blazer I

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like those little turquoise is looking

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blue buttons the double rested whatever

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it's fine but something about the Blazer

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width is really big and then something

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about the pant size is too thin and it

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like makes Bradley Cooper look like he's

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wearing a big Bell a big black Bell and

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his his legs are just sort of like

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dingling in the bell and I don't like it

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and I'm sorry I understand that sleeves

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crease As you move in them but like

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something also about the crease here is

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maybe throwing me off and it could be

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because he's holding his arms like this

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or whatever and it could be because his

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leg is turned out I would think that it

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shouldn't look like that even if that's

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the case feel like there's a little bit

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of a barrier to entry when it comes to

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Fels Louis Vuitton where like we need to

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figure out fit that's very important in

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men's wear there's one thing that needs

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to kind of be perfect is fit it should

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fit well you especially in this context

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so we got to figure that out and also

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like some sort of tie or something would

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have been nice like maybe a bolo

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something there next up Carrie Mulligan

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sorry this one gag me a bit I'm in it

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listen we'll talk about Baga cuz that's

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what she's wearing she's wearing

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Balenciaga it's custom okure and we'll

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get to Michelle yo but this is a

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recreation of a Balenciaga from 1951

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which feel however you want to feel

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about blaga but like you cannot say that

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chrisal blaga was not a master was not

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an icon this is the blaga that

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everybody's been asking for and Dem and

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Baga they delivered this is a beautiful

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form fitting mermaid dress in Black

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Velvet that then cuts off with a

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scalloped hem and then underneath that

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shoots out this

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beautiful Ivory tulle mermaid skirt that

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is so incredibly gathered and I think

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that's the thing too about the O cure of

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Balenciaga when they're looking at the

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archive is like such amazing stuff to

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work with and I think that they're not

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really tapping it enough a lot of the

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time I don't mind Forward Thinking okure

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I think it's cool I think it it's needed

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there's so much of people don't really

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know about balanciaga okure that I don't

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mind them pulling pieces out of the

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archive especially when it looks like

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that you I mean there's nobody in the

12:13

world that could really look at Carrie

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Mulligan and say oh it's a mother Quake

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like not to be that but like mother

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Quake it's a beautiful dress it fits her

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immaculately the gloves everything it's

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like a cartoon is sort of trying to like

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cover all of this dress that she's

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wearing it's just it's beautiful and

12:28

then you look at the pictures from 1950s

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of the original they look so so similar

12:33

it's really really well done she looks

12:36

atherial next up we have Seline song

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who's wearing L I really enjoyed Seline

12:41

this whole season I thought it's been

12:42

really really fun and I think that she

12:44

did a really good job of finishing it

12:45

off pretty strong not too crazy but also

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again she really hasn't been like going

12:52

out of the box super uh but she's done

12:55

pretty simple takes on like black skirt

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skirt suits or black suiting and I think

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that this double breasted black and navy

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blue skirt suit is the perfect way to

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finish it off I think the black overall

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double rested really beautiful but you

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have one of the lapels in navy blue she

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has this beautiful sort of elephant pin

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button thing brooch and I just think

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it's a cool way to take on again a skirt

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suit I like the idea of the two layered

13:21

skirts I think that the teers are

13:23

interesting and to a certain degree it

13:25

almost looks like from afar that Selene

13:28

might actually be wearing like a pair of

13:29

capri pants and then she has sort of

13:31

like a little flare a little skirt tie

13:34

around piece at the waist that maybe is

13:35

coming up but then you look up close and

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you're like oh no no no she's actually

13:38

like fully wearing a skirt so I think

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there's like an interesting optical

13:42

illusion and it might just be that the

13:43

black sections are sort of intriguingly

13:46

contrasted by the navy blue I like the

13:48

idea of navy blue and black not really

13:49

ever working sometimes or at least to

13:51

some people I think it works I think

13:53

it's very much so what she's been doing

13:54

I'm happy with it into it next up we

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have Killian Murphy who is wearing ver a

13:59

from what I know here's my thing I don't

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know I wanted a little bit more from

14:04

Killian I just feel like it's a little

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Plain Jane listen I love the boot love a

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patent leather boot shout out to my king

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but I think there's something about

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tuxedo shirt and maybe just the way that

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it like folds over with the cumber bun

14:17

it looks a little strange I do like the

14:19

tie the black little silk sort of scarf

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bow tie I think it's cool I think the

14:24

jacket fits really really well again

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great example of like certain Jack

14:29

should fit certain ways and in that

14:30

regard I'm into it I think maybe it's

14:32

just the shirt that I don't love so so

14:34

much and maybe I wanted a little bit

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more Pizzazz but also like if he wins

14:38

the Oscar I get it he wants to look kind

14:41

of you know Dapper guy and in certain

14:43

ways there's little Pizzazz you know the

14:45

bow tie is there the boots so like you

14:49

know I'm seeing it but a little

14:51

disappointed in my Killian I feel like

14:53

we're now in an era where men can't rest

14:55

on their Laurels anymore you I mean you

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got to step it up now let's talk about

14:59

Coleman Domingo and Louis Vuitton listen

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jacket love beautiful stunning double

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breasted absolutely gorgeous I love

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almost floral like Crystal buttons I

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think they're lovely I think they're a

15:11

really nice sort of Pop especially when

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the rest of the suit is pretty normal in

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terms of suiting it's not really doing

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crazy Silhouettes I mean there's like a

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slight flare in those pants and we'll