I glimpsed Marion in the crowd and I knew I’d found my Superheroine.
a) She is so adorable. b) This is easily the most heroine chic look of the night. Now part of that was a lack of heroine chic (lots of blush and lace and pretty, little pow), but also:
The Met Ball is the most fun night for fashion every year. Or as the ponies would say: BEST. NIGHT. EVER. Unlike other red carpet events, the Met Ball is about fashion. Fashion takes center stage, legitimately, and so we get:
Coco Rocha as a humanized My Little Pony. Humanizing the ponies in art and cosplay is a huge part of the Pony and Brony fandom (my family is planning it for an upcoming convention ourselves). But I never expected to see it so CLEARLY on the red carpet. Basically, Coco is my fashion hero FOREVER for this.
Although she’s in Fluttershy’s colors, she’s rocking Pinkie Pie’s attitude: this is MY party. But don’t worry, I found the other ponies.
Dear Suzanne Engo. I get that you love them but Converse are not appropriate footwear when wearing a gown. Even if your gown is a Smurf-blue ripped up mess that hugs your body in all the wrong places. This is BAD. Signed, All of Us.
I don’t like Catwoman. I don’t dislike Catwoman. And actually, I love her style. But she’s often come off pretty one-note to me. Though that can be applied to most of the Bat-villains, maybe it’s a wider issue, or actually, maybe that’s the idea but that kind of characterization is just not what I personally like —
I’m off-topic. The point is, I don’t really like Catwoman and I’m not looking forward to her inevitable introduction in the Nolan movies.
Cast Marion Cotillard as Selina Kyle and I am already a bigger fan.
Hey all, it’s April 1st. Which people like to call April Fool’s Day:
I might have to change my mind about Katy Perry wanting to be in the Aquaman movie. She clearly really wants to be Harley Quinn. That’s her at Perez Hilton’s birthday bash. Here she is at the Today Show: