Georges Hobeika was also represented at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party, held on Sunday (February 9) at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, California.
Chrissy Teigen: I believe her uber-bronzed skin made the seafoam hue of this Georges Hobeika Spring 2020 Couture cape gown stand out all the more brilliantly.
I want to like the ethereal, robe-like quality — and I did love its graceful movement on the runway.
But I can’t stop seeing a very fancy dressing gown on Chrissy in this ripped-from-the-boudoir dress. What about you?
Lorraine Schwartz jewels completed the look.
Jasmine Tookes: The corset took top billing in this custom Georges Hobeika embellished gownthat was precisely fit to provocatively hug the model’s beautiful form.
On this occasion, the Yvan Tufenkjian and Harry Kotlar jewels added another sweep of dramatic romance to the ensemble, with Giuseppe Zanotti shoes to finish it out.
Marisa Tomei: The actress opted to wear this Georges Hobeika Spring 2020 Couture creation backwards.
I don’t mind so much that she put the V-neck in the back, But I think the proportions were just a bit off in general.
Despite the fairytale enchantment of this take on a princess gown, it just seemed like the dress was wearing here and not the other way around.
I also think her hair and barely-there makeup weren’t the right fit for such a piece.
Heidi Klum: Oh Heidi… why. She shimmied along in a Georges Hobeika Spring 2020 Couture sheer, busty dress, paired with Lorraine Schwartz jewels and Jimmy Choo ‘Shiloh’ sandals.
Given the supermodel’s past history, I don’t think any of us will be surprised at the look — not at its thirst factor or at its seemingly dated quality.
Claudia Schiffer called and wants her ‘90s hair back.
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