“Vice” LA Premiere Red Carpet Wish List

This is always a bittersweet moment. We have reached my final wish for a 2018 red carpet, and of course Amy Adams is the perfect person to finish out these wishes. I have heard that her performance in Vice, the story of former U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney, is most likely going to garner her an Oscar nomination, and with her appearance at the Academy Governors Awards earlier this month (in soft pink Schiaparelli) I think that is a pretty safe bet. So I wanted to make sure a put out a wish for her for the films premiere in LA, which the date for is still to be determined. Amy doesn’t usually make bold fashion choices. She always bring very chic and lady like glamour to the red carpet and I decided to stick in that box for her to bring to life on this red carpet too. I did however decide I wanted broaden Amy’s repertoire of designers. She has never worn Ashi Studio before, and that doesn’t surprise me, but when I saw this black textured strapless midi dress from the brands Fall 2018 Couture collection that has a corseted bodice and full skirt it just screamed Amy’s style to me. It isn’t the absolutely oversized and ruffled confections that we are used to seeing from Ashi on the red carpet, but I definitely think it fit’s Amy’s classic glam style to a T. I would want to see this gown styled old Hollywood waves worn over one shoulder, defined eyes, red lips, a black Judith Leiber Couture ‘Reflection’ resin faceted box clutch, black Christian Louboutin ‘Catchy Two’ cross strap platform d’orsay peep toe pumps, and a pair of Chopard  diamond and emerald drop earrings to really ensure this look is perfection from head to toe.

The date of the LA premiere of Vice is still unknown.

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