Dakota Johnson wears Gucci bustier at New York film festival
I have absolutely made no secret of my love for Dakota Johnson and her style on this website over the years, in a way that I personally think is fine and completely normal. And you would think that right now I might have some sort of immunity to the actor’s particularly strong gaze on the red carpet. But, after seeing what she wore at the New York Film Festival on Wednesday night, I can attest that it is categorically not the case.
This outfit is the idea of stylist Kate Young – which, if you don’t watch her YouTube channel, you absolutely should be, as she is one of the best stylists working in Hollywood – and is made up almost exclusively of pieces from Gucci, a brand that real fans will remember that only exists so Johnson could have things to wear on the red carpet. I pretty much became the human version of the heart-eye emoji when I first saw it on my Instagram feed last night and have been that way ever since.
The star of the look is clearly the black lace bodice subtly embroidered with the Gucci logo, which looks incredibly cool paired with the black leather pants and only reinforces my desire to create a lingerie collection that I can wear with pants. .
There’s a slim, matte black Gucci Marmont belt to complete the brand’s moment, but then Young walks away from the Italian house with a pair of stiletto heels by Gianvito Rossi and a simple diamond necklace from Cartier. Obviously, this look is sexy – it’s lingerie as an outerwear, after all – but it’s also fair. costs, thanks to contrasting textures and simple style choices, such as her understated makeup by Georgie Eisdell. Also, how beautiful is Johnson’s hair! ? This is what I imagine my hair would look like if I tried to style it on my own, although I know it wouldn’t because I lack the skills of Mark Townsend.
I’m, frankly, surprised that I got to get so many words out of this red carpet moment when in fact my current state of being is: empty-headed, no thoughts, just these pictures of Dakota Johnson in Gucci at the New York Film Festival.