I wonder if my opinion of Lily-Rose Depp will change over time, as she grows into her second-generation celebrity. Like, I used to roll my eyes at Willow Smith and now I genuinely enjoy her as a unique and fashion-forward young woman. Will it be the same with Lily-Rose? Because right now I want to tell her to stand up straight and stop with the pout-face. These are photos from Friday night’s premiere of The Dancer at Cannes. Lily-Rose wore Chanel, obviously, because she’s a second-generation face of Chanel. I definitely think Karl Lagerfeld has been phoning it in with the latest Chanel creations, and this is no different. As for Lily-Rose’s costar, Soko wore Giambattista Valli Fall 2016. Even though it looks too Victorian, I almost like it.
Here’s Rebecca Hall at the premiere of The BFG on Saturday night. This dress is Dior Spring 2015 Couture and I hate it. I hate the length, I hate the colors, I hate the cut (it’s too tight in the bust). This is just bad.
Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw walked the carpet for the premiere of The BFG (which he directed) on Saturday. Capshaw’s latest haircut has been discussed a lot over the past few months – she had this hairstyle (complete with thick baby bangs) in February, at the BAFTAs and the Oscars. I hoped that after those appearances, someone would have told her that this is not the style for her. No one did. And so she’s still strutting those baby bangs at Cannes. Fine, I’ll do it, you guys: Kate, you need to do something else with your hair. Please.
Speaking of bangs trauma, when did Paz Vega get a Beatles bowl cut? And why did she decide to only curl up the front part? There are 80-year-old women with this exact hairstyle. The dress is Stephane Rolland Spring 2016 Couture and it’s pretty bad too.
Photos courtesy of WENN, Fame/Flynet.