“Smallfoot” LA Premiere Red Carpet Wish List

Smallfoot is an upcoming Yeti in search of proof of humans animated feature that looks really cute. I have to say aside from Disney movies I don’t watch a whole lot of animated features anymore, but this might be one I watch. At home. On DVD. While you don’t see the cast the voice cast of this film is star studded we have Channing Tatum, Gina Rodriguez, Common, Yara Shahidi, and James Cordon among many others. This could be a really fun premiere red carpet. On top of the cast we could see some famous celebrity families show up on this red carpet.I decided that will we could see some of those celeb families like Sarah Jessica Parker, Chris Pratt, or Beyonce attend this premiere that I just wanted to focus on the three main starlets of this film for this set of wishes. When it comes to Gina Rodriguez she is probably my least favorite, style wise, of this cast. She has yet to really wow me and I honestly don’t expect this premiere to be the place that she makes my jaw drop. I think that however she should have a chic moment that fits her incredibly well. I could have taken something off the runway for Gina, but I decided that I really loved this black Sachin + Babi Nior ‘Papenella’ sleeveless knot midi dress which features a gold sequin panel on a flared hem that I found on the virtual racks from Neiman Marcus. This is definitely something that I can see Gina being drawn to and I think that for a premiere for a movie like this that is would work well. A sleek updo, defined eyes, red lips, and a pair of black Christian Louboutin ‘Apostrophy’ pumps all would really make this a simple yet chic moment for Gina.Regular readers will know I love Yara Shahidi’s style. I went around and around with different options for her, but ultimately I decided to modify, ever so slightly, a cocktail dress from the Miu Miu Resort 2019 collection. I took a chic white sleeveless shift dress which features bold silver metal embellishments and a high turtleneck that was modeled by Liya Kebede and decided that I wanted to add a feathered hem like was seen on a skirt similar to this dress modeled by Suki Waterhouse. I think that the feathers just make this dress a little more youthful and glamorous for a Hollywood red carpet. Yara has this easy statuesque glamour and I really do think that she would be able to really carry this dress incredibly well on the red carpet. I think that with a curly bun updo hairstyle, defined eyes, red lips, and a pair of silver Gianvito Rossi asymmetrical crystal detail sandals would add the perfect finishing touches on this ensemble. Rounding out this list is my favorite of these wishes for the always fabulous Zendaya. I wanted to go for a soft glamorous yet almost icy look and that is exactly what I found in this Moschino Resort 2019. This ballet pink cocktail dress which features intricate embellishment on the bodice, drop waist, and a rise and fall pleated skirt reminds me of the classic flapper dresses of the 1920’s and I think Zendaya would look absolutely glamorous wearing this dress on the red carpet. The dress itself on the runway was very sheer, so I would imagine that Zendaya’s stylist Law Roach would ask Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott to add some sort of matching silk lining so that the dress doesn’t loose its light airiness at all. I would keep the styling very glamorous with a fingerwave updo, defined winged eyes, rose pink lips, and a pair of powder pink suede Aquazzura ‘Eden’ crystal embellished chandelier heel sandals all would really ensure that this ensemble is vintage inspired glamour from head to toe.

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