The last three times Charlize went out, it was in Proenza, Givenchy, and here, Saint Laurent. I am sure this means absolutely nothing in the grand scheme of things, but I am dreaming of a Dior divorce for her. Maria Grazia Chiuri is doing some better things with that line, but I have to say, in general I am just not here for these massive celebrity pacts marrying them to a design house. I understand why they do it — for many, it probably actually pays better than their day jobs — but I think it gets tedious aesthetically. So, even though leather shorts sound like a pelvic sauna to me, I am pleased to see Charlize in something that isn’t a poorly glorified Dior brassiere. As a bonus, I actually really appreciate this blouse, and the entire vibe really works on her; it’s like boho with a slight biker edge. Although I am wholeheartedly NOT here for those sandals, which look like a chafing cat’s cradle of a trap. But, it’s baby steps. Even in those shoes.

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