“The Promise” LA Premiere Red Carpet Wish List

The Promise is finally set to have its theatrical release after debuting at the Toronto International Film Festival last year. I am really intrigued to see if there will be big red carpet premieres for the film or if it will just have a rather quiet opening. Angela Sarafayn attended the films premiere in Toronto, but that was before I had ever taken notice of her and her style. Now I am really intrigued to see what Angela will wear as her style star status continues to rise. If this film has red carpet premieres I would guess that they won’t be full black tie, gown premieres. I would love to see Angela rock the red carpet for a premiere in Los Angeles wearing this wine colored Cushnie et Ochs Pre-Fall 2017 draped dress which features a cowl neckline, side cutout, and a ruffled side split. This dress exudes modern sexy glamour and I know that Angela would really breathe this dress to life on the red carpet. A pair of black Aquazzura ‘Beverly Hills’ sandals, a gold clutch, a sultry updo, a kohl rimmed eye, and a gold cuff would really turn this look into another amazing look from Angela. Charlotte Le Bon is one where I am up and down with her red carpet style. I am hoping that Charlotte will be on top of her style game as she goes about promoting this film. For a premiere in LA I would love to see Charlotte hit up the red carpet wearing a gown from the Christian Dior Fall 2017 RTW collection, which she took in front row during Paris Fashion Week. This navy tea length gown which features a sheer a-line skirt and a ruffled plunging neckline would be gorgeous. This gown is something extremely special and a modern Audrey Hepburn moment, something that I know that Charlotte could really deliver on a red carpet. Styling this look with a pair of crystal embellished Christian Dior black satin pumps, a chic updo, lined eye, red lip, a pair of diamond cluster earrings, and a silver clutch would ensure that this is an absolute wow moment for Charlotte.

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