Credit: Courtesy of Ralph & Russo & Getty
Posted by Catherine Kallon on May 19th, 2013 In:
Blog, Cannes Film Festival, Nieves Alvarez, Ralph & Russo
The drama of the unique train certainly works on paper, in reality however it looked more like an awkward, not a very well thought-out attempt to up the wow factor, it´s like a tumor at her hip, wish the detail had been executed a bit more tastefully. But it´s still a great memorable look from Nieves nevertheless.
+1 on that
I felt it was weird combo as well, although it looks pretty in the sketch.
The train drama was a bit crazy but I enjoyed the dynamite impact of this look so much!
I think people over hype this look because the fashion at Cannes has been nothing short but underwhelming. Take away the hip detail and if yo have just a standard red dress. Nice but not breathtaking or omg so grand!!!! BDOTY!!!!! LOL.
To each their own. The only WOW and BDOTY worthy moment from Cannes so far was Sonam in Dolce & Gabbana
Take away the florals on Sonam’s dress and you have just a white tea-length gown with a voluminous skirt…
Not trying to be rude, but I really don’t understand your logic. You can’t just disregard part of an outfit and say it’s boring or overrated because of what’s “left over”. The hip detail on Nieves’s dress is what MAKES it, that’s true, but why hypothesize about it not having the detail?
I’m surprised the sketch looks so flat and has no dimension whatsoever…the real version of the dress is much more interesting.
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