Metropolitan Opera Gala Red Carpet
They still dress like 80-year-old socialites, but to their credit, as they’ve gotten older, their respective styles have … well, we don’t want to say “matured,” since their styles were too damn mature to begin with — we’ll say that they’ve refined their styles. They each have their distinct looks; Left Olsen has that tailored and classic thing and Right Olsen has that sort of moneyed hippy-dippy chic thing, like Carly Simon on Martha’s Vineyard.
Anyway, they look pretty good. Could you imagine spending your entire life posing just inches away from your sibling? Just once we’d like to see one of them cast the side-eye at the other one, the way only a sibling can.
Speaking of dressing too old. Christine honey, this is straight out of the Angela Lansbury collection and no one thinks you’re ready for that yet.
Let’s all decide to hate them.
Besides, his jacket’s too tight.
If you really want to set Lorenzo off, just say “I’m a HUGE fan of Claudia Schiffer! What a stunning model!” Saying he’s not a fan of hers doesn’t come close. Still, even he admits she looks good here.
Oh, Jesus. Poor accessorizing. A clutch that matches the dress exactly and shoes that match the belt exactly. Emmy dear, did you have to pop all these items out from between two pieces of molded plastic, just like Barbie would?
She’s normally an impeccable dresser for the RC. This high collar would not seem to be her best friend.
Still, she’s got THAT hanging on her arm, so she’s free to remain smug for the remainder of the evening.
We like, but the one element that doesn’t seem to go with the look is the hair. A touch of jewelry would have been nice too.
It has kind of a ’70s chic vibe without being too referential. We like it, but we’re not in love with that tomato-ey shade of red and we think she needed a lip color to complement it.
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