Dior is the master of beautiful overlays that could have been stunning… if they were real dresses. First Jennifer Lawrenc got the Onesie With A Dream, and now this:

There are a couple offenses here: One is the fact that they put Charlize Theron in a glorified bodyshaper and it’s somehow detracting from the shape of her body; another is that it is such a beautiful theory that doesn’t have any good science supporting it, so to speak; and a third is that it makes Charlize Theron look kind of… silly. Dior, HOW are you making a tall, elegant lady look SILLY? AND YET.

Especially when you see her next to her date:

I just think the whole nakedness of it all makes him look even creepier and her look like she’s trying to be his bit of stuff, when in fact she is so much more accomplished than that. Why is she trying this hard? Why is that not a gorgeous lined dress? Or failing that, a lampshade at an upscale funeral home? Would that make her legs a non-stockinged FRAGILE lamp of Christmas Story fame? Why is Seth MacFarlane? Oh, the philosophy of a Friday.

[Photos: Getty]