‘Relic’ Premiere Red Carpet Wish List

Relic tells the story of an elderly and widowed matriarch named Edna who goes missing, and her daughter and granddaughter who must travel to their remote family home to find her. Soon after her return, they start to discover a sinister presence haunting the house and taking control of Edna. The cast is stellar and I am definitely sad that it won’t have a red carpet premiere. It did premiere earlier this year at the Sundance Film Festival, but I would have loved one more red carpet premiere. I’m not sure how the film is going to be released just that it is coming soon.Bella Heathcote is always one I love to see on the red carpet. She has been one to consistently bring feminine glamour to the red carpet. I would have loved to see her bring this black silk Chanel Fall 2020 RTW off the shoulder midi dress which features puffy meets fitted long sleeves, an a-line skirt, and an enamel jewel cross embellished defined waist. This was one of the only looks from Virginie Viard’s Fall 2020 RTW collection for the house that I have wanted to see brought to the red carpet. I have been waiting for the perfect person and the perfect red carpet to use it for, be it real or imaginary, but I would definitely think that Bella would be a perfect person to bring the look to life. She has the effortless elegance to make this look really work on the red carpet. A super chic wavy center parted bob, smokey eyes, red lips, a black calfskin and gold tone metal Chanel chain detailed clutch, a pair of black Christian Louboutin ‘So Kate’ pointed toe pumps, and Bulgari ‘Divas’ Dream’ 18 kt rose gold earrings set with carnelian elements and round brilliant-cut diamonds would definitely have made this movie a major fashion moment.

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