Basically everyone decided the Catching Fire Red Carpet Premiere called for #heroinechic. Which is wholly appropriate to the subject matter if you think about it (just don’t think about it TOO much or you realize we are not playing the part of the resistance…).
There are a lot of pictures so let’s jump right in with, appropriately, Katniss aka Jennifer Lawrence:
It was a battle of the boob windows at last night’s Critics Choice Awards, but The Vampire Diaries star won it with this bright structured Monique Lhuillier dress:
Of all the — mostly really quite lovely — dresses on this red carpet Nina’s is the one that hits all the heroine chic boxes.
The Hunger Games opened today and as far as I can tell it is all anyone wants to talk about. And when I say anyone, I mean everyone. Twitter, tumlbr, all the blogs I follow, my co-workers, my family, their friends, my friends…everyone! And every advertiser out there is trying to attach THE HUNGER GAMES to their product no matter how absurd it might be. Which sort of makes sense when you think about The Capitol and the way the media are used in the series. It kinda should be absurdist. And if we follow through to the logical next step, Katniss should be dressed like a hero. Right? So let’s see how J-Law does.
YES. Jennifer and her stylists definitely took the “girl on fire” idea to heart. She’s sporting golds and reds in a majority of her looks for this media blitz. Staring with this was smart, it makes a bold statement right away. It’s VERY heroine chic. Cut the skirt above the knee and boom, super-costume. Read the rest of this entry »