Marc Jacobs Fragrances celebrated its DAISY fragrance together with its newest campaign face, Kaia Gerber, on Tuesday (May 9) in Beverly Hills, California. Naturally, a number of PYTs came out to play for the occasion.
Kaia Gerber: The daughter of Cindy Crawford, the 15-year-old Kaia has certainly inherited the supermodel gene. Her fresh-faced beauty was only celebrated more in this fanciful Marc Jacobs pastel mini dress emblazoned with a vacuum. Normally, I’m not a fan of platform heels but this soft metallic pair worked for her age and for the occasion—and made her legs look even more impossibly long.
Maddie Ziegler: This Marc Jacobs floral-embroidered frock was delightfully fun and age-appropriate, too, for the young starlet. I love how the polka dot platforms echoed the dotted motif in the dress.
Skai Jackson: Once again bringing her own unique personality to this Marc Jacobs ensemble, Skai wore a graffiti jacket with a crop top and camo pants along with gold sandals. Only she could make this work so well.
Lilia Buckingham: Pretty in white lace, Lilia added a quirky edge to temper out that girly sweetness via her shiny silver sneakers.
Madisyn Shipman: The strength of femininity was at the core of Madisyn’s look in more ways than one, with her mauve-pink moto jacket paired with a statement tee and flared skirt.
Sofia Carson: Outright girly and flirty, this Marc Jacobs frock brought the party in its swishy skirt alone. Yet, this was an occasion where shiny platforms did not enhance the look.
Tommy Dorfman: Creativity reigned in the ’13 Reasons Why’ actor’s eclectic inside-out denim look, as he single-footedly attempts to bring back sport slides.
Tommy Genesis: Is Tommy in time-out or on-trend? Her dark oxblood lip was nearly as dramatic as her pout, with a youthfully rebellious spirit threading through her entire ensemble—from the child-like, shrunken denim jumper to the rainbow purse, and the white socks and sneakers.
Joey King: Polka dots both small and big perked up this feminine Marc Jacobs ruffled dress, with the vibrant slick of sky-blue eyeliner punching up the look even more.
Madeline Brewer: Denim and paisley got a new lease on life in this Marc Jacobs jacket and matching kick-flared skirt. However, her black platform sandals completely tromped on the more lighthearted potential it held.
Serayah McNeill: Lady Gaga called and wants her old shoes back. The footwear was so comical, it actually made the rest of her look seem tame which was quite the feat considering the lavender hot pants and washing-machine shirt.
Danielle Panabaker: Danielle skipped the theatrics and kept her look simple and chic with a white Genny sheath dress embellished with a black panel at the side. Her heels weren’t out of place given the number of platforms at the event, but I still would have preferred a sandal instead.
Amelia Gray Hamlin: This Marc Jacobs outfit saw Amelia work the denim theme, with a shiny, shrunken spin on the jean jacket paired with an embellished bandeau top and mini and, yes, a pair of tonal platforms.
Valentina: The fit of this watercolour Marc Jacobs mini did give me pause along with the creases. Had she removed the neck tie and the sunny yellow bag that didn’t belong, the look might have improved.
Maya Henry: A relatively conservative dress in comparison to the rest of the looks, her girly Marc Jacobs frock was enlivened by its ditzy, floral print. The black pumps, while safe, put the look on more classic, less funky ground.
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